LANGSTON, Okla. - It was an improved effort all the way around but ultimately the Langston University volleyball team fell short 3-1 (19-25, 25-19, 18-25, 15-25) to Southwestern Assemblies of God on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Inside the Lion's Den …
Both squads came out tough but in the opening set SAGU managed to squeak out a 25-19 win. Langston turned the tables in the second set, paced with a well-rounded attack the Lady Lions sealed the second at 25-19.
In the third and fourth sets, SAGU never relented and held off a furious charge by Langston to secure the set victories at 25-18 and 25-15.
Looking at the Stats …
For the first time this season the Lady Lions posted more kills than attack errors and finished with a .076 attack percentage. Amber Warren (SR/Dallas, Texas) posted a team-high eight kills with four solo blocks.
Kori Williams (JR/Cibolo, Texas) tallied 12 assists and 11 digs; Cherish Barry (JR/Salina, Okla.) and Alison Holcomb (SO/Tahlequah, Okla.) also racked up double digits in digs with 11 and 10 respectively.
Langston (0-12) is off for one week before hitting the road to Goodwell, Okla. to face Panhandle State at 6 p.m.