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September 27, 2019

SAGU Sophomore Outside Hitter Alexis Mealer

Waxahachie, TX – Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) volleyball took to the road Friday morning traveling to Goodwell, OK to take on the Oklahoma Panhandle State University (OPSU) Aggies. After surviving a heated trip to OPSU within a vehicle suffering from an air conditioning malfunction the Lady Lions (10-6, 4-3) heated up on the court beating the Aggies (6-8, 3-4) in 4 sets by scores of 25-16, 24-26, 25-22, and 25-15.

Lady Lion Review

  • SAGU broke open a 7-7 start in the first set and outscored the Aggies 18-9 to win. Although the hitting percentage for the Lady Lions was .148 in set one they held OPSU to a .042 percentage allowing only seven kills.
  • After losing the second set 24-26, SAGU rebounded and nipped the Aggies 25-22 in set three. The Lady Lions had 20 kills during set three and hit .382.
  • The fourth and deciding set saw the Lady Lions jump out to a 16-5 lead, empty the bench, and coast to a 25-15 victory.
  • For the match SAGU wound up hitting .267 despite the slow start.
  • Alexis Mealer (SO/Arlington, TX), led the Lady Lions in kills with 17 on the evening. Mealer was followed by Ava Myers (FR/Round Top, TX) with 11 kills and Emma Tompkins (FR/Waller, TX), with 8 kills.  

Moore’s Musings

  • “Our girls played extremely well tonight. Alexis Mealer and Ava Myers played one of their more solid matches. Sophia did a great job of getting the ball to all the hitters. After a long day on a hot bus, they came out and played at a very high level.”

The Next Step

SAGU (10-6, 4-3) continues their western swing on Saturday September 28th by traveling three hours south of OPSU to take on Wayland Baptist University at 1:00 pm in Plainview, TX.


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