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September 6, 2019

McPherson, KS – Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) took on the Central Christian College (KS) volleyball in a 7:00

SAGU Seniors Madeleine Hartline, Brittany Stallaby, Sophia Ivy

pm match on Friday. SAGU won in straight sets for the second night in a row. SAGU (8-3, 2-0) played efficient volleyball and won 25-10, 25-12, 25-12 to stay unbeaten in Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) play.  

Lady Lion Review

  • Match statistics were not available as of the writing of this article.
  • After struggling over the course of a couple matches Alexis Mealer (SO/Arlington, TX) took advantage of her opportunities and led SAGU on Thursday and Friday night in kills. 
  • Emma Tompkins (FR/Waller, TX) continues to improve as well as she adjusts to collegiate volleyball.
  • The 34 points scored by Central Christian represents the best defensive effort for the Lady Lions this year.
  • With the win, Coach Hank Moore moves to 392 career wins as SAGU head coach. 

Moore’s Musings

  • On Central Christian: "Central Christian is a much improved team from last year."
  • About where SAGU team is at: "We are settling in on a lineup that will take advantage of our skill and rotation opportunities. Next week will be a good test for our lineups as we prepare for John Brown University.
  • On the upcoming stretch of schedule: "We are headed into a tough stretch with JBU, TWU, and OCU the next three opponents. We need to continue to work to get better as we are not where we would like to be as a team."

The Next Step

SAGU (8-3, 2-0) prepares for three difficult matches over the next two weeks. On Friday, September 13th the Lady Lions head to Siloam Springs to play John Brown University. Tuesday, September 17th SAGU will travel to Ft. Worth, TX to play Texas Wesleyan University. Finally returning home SAGU will play a SAC showdown with Oklahoma City University on September 20th.


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