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March 15, 2021
Waxahachie, TX | Davyon Collins
The Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) volleyball was dominant in a home conference game against University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (USAO). The Lions were able to win in three straight sets (25-10), (25-17), (25-10). The Lady Lions had 45 kills as a team and executed the game plan perfectly as they earned another conference win; with the win they move to 4-2 in conference. 

Notable Performers
  • Abby Wells (FR/ Keller, TX) led the Lady Lions with 12 kills with a 61% hitting percentage
  • Ava Meyers (SO/ Round Top, TX) added with 11 kills (.409 hitting percentage)
  • Tori Richard-Burns (FR/ N Richland Hills, TX ) had a solid game with 23 assists and 4 digs
  • The Lions finished with 45 kills and 39 assists
 
How it Happened
 
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The Next Step
  • On Friday, March 19th the Lady Lions will play at home against Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Start time is scheduled for 7:00pm

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