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November 8 th , 2019

SAGU Freshman Emma Tompkins had 12 Kills in the USAO Match

Chickasha, OK – Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) traveled to Chickasha, OK to take on the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma. SAGU Lady Lions improved to (21-8, 14-5) by winning in straight sets 25-10, 25-20, 25-13 over the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-24, 1-18).

Top Performers:

  • Emma Thompkins ( FR/Waller, TX ) was dominant with 12 kills on just 15 swings.
  • Madeline Hartline ( SR/Round Top, TX ) pitched in with 7 kills of her own and a team high 3 blocks.
  • Ava Myers ( SR/Round Top, TX ) did a little bit of everything as she recorded 8 kills, 1 ace, and 1 block.

Lion Review:

  • The Lions took command of the first set early and set the tone closing it out 25-10.
  • SAGU struggled with their hitting percentage in the second set, but eventually claimed the set 25-20.
  • Tied 6-6 in the third set, SAGU opened up a 14-8 lead. USAO was able to narrow the margin to 18-21 but SAGU closed on a 4-2 run to take the set and the match.

Next Step: SAGU will close out their Sooner Athletic Conference schedule on the road against Mid-American Christian University November 9 th starting at 1:00 p.m.

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