Viterbo women’s volleyball team wins the NSAA Tournament

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WATERTOWN, SD — The University of Viterbo women’s volleyball team avenged a recent loss to Bellevue to capture its fourth straight NSAA tournament championship on Saturday.

The V-Hawks were pushed but prevailed in four tight sets 25-23, 25-23, 17-25, 25-23.

A service error in the fourth set secured the title for Viterbo (28-7), ranked ninth. Holmen High School graduate junior outside hitter Kenzie Winker led the V-Hawks with 18 kills, while freshman Jada Mitchell added 15.

Winker had the set-winning kill in the second, while Grace Rohde had the winner in the first of her eight kills.

Senior Lauryn Sobasky had 26 assists with sophomore Cailie Kowal adding 21. Senior Adrianna Reinhart led the team with 25 passes while sophomore Kenidi McCabe had 19.

The V-Hawks, now with nine conference tournament titles since 2012, look forward to seeing who they will face in the first round of the NAIA national tournament.

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UW-La Crosse 85, Lawrence 55

DEPERE, Wis. — The Eagles (3-0) remained undefeated after building a 16-point halftime lead.

Carly Coulthart scored a team-high 15 points and went 5-for-6 from 3-point range.

UW-L made 12 of 29 3-point attempts and Lauryn Milne added 11 points. Madisyn Kilboten added 10 points and Aquinas High School graduate Kyah Steiner added a team-high eight rebounds for the Eagles.

Iowa Wesleyan 74, Viterbo 63

The V-Hawks (1-4) lost their third straight game, this time to the Iowa Wesleyan Tigers, after leading at halftime by four points.

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A 9-0 run in the third put the Tigers ahead for good before shooting 70% from the field and 11-for-12 from the free throw line in the fourth.

Breanna Wendland had 23 points for the Tigers while Isabell West had a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Four Viterbo players added double-digit points, led by youth shooting guard Natalia Leguizamon with 16.

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UW-La Crosse 74, Guilford 68

MARIETTA, Ga. — The 15th-ranked Eagles (3-0) had a 13-point halftime lead cut to one but rallied to win their third straight game.

Black River Falls senior Ethan Anderson scored a team-high 21 points on 7-of-12 shooting while adding six rebounds and three assists.

Torin Hannah added a team-high 15 points and nine rebounds for UW-La Crosse, who shot 50% from the floor and made 11 3-pointers. Hannah did 5 of those in 8 tries.

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Northwest 100, Viterbo 77

ORANGE CITY, Iowa — The V-Hawks (3-2) couldn’t climb out of an 11-point hole after the half and lost their second straight game.

Robert Cunitz made five 3-pointers and scored 23 points to lead Viterbo, who shot 10 of 22 from long range.

Ben Olson and Jack Monis had 16 points and six rebounds for Viterbo, who shot 43.9% (25 of 57) from the floor.

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NORTHFIELD, Minn. — The UW-La Crosse men’s and women’s teams won bids to the national meet next weekend with second-place finishes.

The men posted a team score of 84 and finished behind UW-Whitewater’s 72. The women had a team score of 64 and were second only to St. Olaf with 41.

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Both will play in the national meet at Forest Acres Golf Course in Lansing, Michigan, on Saturday.

Aquinas graduate Ethan Gregg placed second in the men’s 8,000-meter race with a time of 24 minutes, 18.59 seconds, and was backed up by a fourth-place finish from teammate Isaac Wegner (24:29.65). . Carey Fairchild finished 14th (24:59.01), Parker Huhn 26th (25:24.38) and Elias Ritzkel 36th (25:35.14).

Maddie Hannan’s fourth-place finish and a time of 22:11.52 on the 6,000-meter course led the women’s team. Jenna Lovejoy was also 11 (22:34.12), Julia Anderson 13 (22:38.82), Katelyn Chadwick 15 (22:41.69) and Maddy Vantassel 21 (22:49.28) for the Eagles.