NORTH CANTON, Ohio - The Saginaw Valley State University volleyball team extended its winning streak to four games after a 3-0 road sweep over Walsh University Saturday (Oct. 19).
The Cardinals posted a 25-9 win in the opening set to take a 1-0 lead in the match. In the second game, as SVSU led 19-4, it rattled-off six straight points to close-out with a 25-14 victory and a 2-0 advantage. Saginaw Valley would keep it rolling in the third set, claiming a 25-16 win to complete the sweep.
Freshman middle hitter Kaylee Schmitt was named the Chili's "Player of the Match" after registering 10 kills on 15 attempts, hitting at a .600 percentage.
Senior Lyndsay Reynolds hit .357 with six kills in the contest.
Junior Kelsey Ferla had a match-high 10 digs to go along with four kills.
SVSU hit .244 in the match and held Walsh to a -.106 attack percentage.
The Cardinals return to action Friday (Oct. 25) when they travel to compete at the GLIAC/GLVC Crossover Challenge. The tournament is set to take place in Aurora, Ill.