There are two teams with 4-0 records in CSS. Kentucky's head, which you remember, struck him on Sunday to earn his spot on top of the positions.
The other? Miss Ole. And on Wednesday night, the Rebels proved that their records were not scheduled but with disturbance No. 22 Missouri in four series.
The result was marked enough for Miss Ole: the first time since 2010, it was 4-0 in conference play, the first win since 2010, and the first ever victory in Columbia, the Tigers Mizzou town.
In the Big Ten, Indiana came within hours of blow No. 20 Purdue first since 2012. On the stat sheet, Indiana was in charge of some statistical categories, including blocks (18-13), aces (5- 3), percentage hitting (.175-.168) , but Purdue found a way to not be upset in the fifth set of measures.
Baylor spent no. 1 to eighth sweep consecutively, this one over Iowa State, and No. 6 Minnesota was in 16 high season blocks in the peak of four heads over No. 17 Illinois. Find out more about that game and the rest of the results around the country, but see Thursday's schedule first.
There are 29 games on Thursday, but there is only one in the Power Five conference – West Virginia (8-7, 0-3) in Kansas (4-9, 0-3) and both teams looking for their first 12 win. season – and only two have a team classified as No. 15 States of Colorado (14-1, 4-0) hosts Fresno State (10-6, 3-1) and the main team of the West Congress, No. 9 BYU (14- 2, 5-0), takes on San Francisco (4-11, 0-4), who are still looking for a hundred league victory.
Also in the West Mountain, Air Force (4-12, 1-3) goes to Nevada (14-3, 4-1), Wyoming (8-7, 3-1) a host of San Diego State (9). -6, 2 -2), Utah State (1-15, 1-3) plays a road game at UNLV (6-9, 2-2), and New Mexico (5-11, 0-4) will be looking for its first triumph conference against Boise States (11-4, 3-1).
WCC's schedule includes St. Mary's (4-10, 0-4) by Gonzaga (6-10, 0-4), Portland (8-7, 0-4) against the Pacific (10-6, 2-2) , and Santa Clara (12-5, 2-2) on the road at San Diego (12-4, 5-0).
There are four games at the Western Athletic Conference Thursday, starting with Utah Valley (6-10, 3-1) hosting Kansas City (7-7, 3-1) and has a strange time start at 11 a MT. Then, the State of New Mexico (13-3, 4-0) will seek its conference to reach five in a row and face Cal State Bakersfield (7-9, 2-2). Also, Grand Canyon (13-3, 3-1) plays UT Valley Rio Grande (8-10, 2-2) in Edinburg, Texas, and Seattle (9-9, 0-4) are hosts. of Chicago State (4-14, 0-4).
In the American-American Conference, West Michigan (11-5, 2-2) hosts Northern Illinois (5-13, 2-2) and Bowling Green (9-7, 3-1) to Miami of Ohio (7- 8,). 2-2).
It is a busy night in the Southwestern Athletic Conference with three games, including the permanent leader Prairie View A&M (6-17, 6-1) assuming Texas Southern (5-11, 4-3).
Montana State (7-6, 3-1) compared to Northern Arizona (9-7, 2-2) guiding slate of the Big Sky, which contains four games in total, while Long Beach State is at the West Main ( 4-11, 1 -2) against UC Davis (10-7, 2-2) and CSUN (5-10, 0-3) compared to UC Riverside (5-10, 1-3).
James Madison (8-6, 2-2) will want to end a two-game skirt as the Dukes go to Elon (8-9, 3-1), and Baptist Houston (10-9, 2- 2) Sam play Houston State (8-8, 4-0) in Huntsville tries to keep the host with ease in one of Southland's three Thursday games.
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Ole Miss affects Mizzou: Ole Miss (12-3, 4-0) now has 12 consecutive games going over the No. 22 of Missouri Technicians (10-4, 2-2) in four (18-25, 25-20, 25-22, 29-27). Running the Rebels winners is the longest active strike in the SEC.
Ole Miss is headed by Emily Stroup, senior external stand-up, with 228 killing the season, and she was again going on Wednesday night, collecting 18 kills with 45 errors on 45 swings. A fresh man outside Anna Bair had 12, and the senior center Nayo Warnell had no errors and six people killed a swing .462. As a team, Ole Miss stood with 14 blocks, despite the fact that none of them were in the first set.
There were 25 killers at Kylie Deberg Missouri to guide each player.
Indiana goes on to the border: led by Grace Cleveland Purdue and killed 23 in the Big Yard Wednesday with Indiana in-state (26-24, 16-25, 25-18, 24-26, 15-13), and fresh man outside hitter Emma Ellis had a career night with 13.
The victory leaves Purdue retains a Monon Spike trophy, stretching which focused on competition in the state to 14 in a row. But as the 2018 meetings progressed, Purdue needed five to go around Indiana.
“We're hitting them, blocking them, serving them,” said Indiana Attention, commander coach. “In every statistic, we won the game. That's the volleyball. We're sorry we didn't do it, but let's go and where we are. We are not pouting. We were competing like crazy. ”
Chief coach Dave Shondell was very proud of his team for his surviving Indiana, turning on Twitter to express his ideas. “Our @PurdueVB showed toughness for Indiana's physical team that live in their beautiful new center,” wrote Shondell. “In a game that took more turns than the southern Indiana road, follow this guty bunch. We play this talented IU squad again in 2 weeks. But tonight, proud of our Boilers. ”
Minnesota Illinois escapes: Minnesota was severely blocked by Minnesota when it lost four (25-18, 29-27, 12-25, 25-23) of Illinois, as the Gophers rose 16 high season seasons for the Illini. Illinois, however, was in charge of the match serving nine.
The whole game was a series of streaks and momentum swings, as was Minnesota's first set, then set a 24-17 second place before Illinois went on with eight points to take their own point. In the third series, Illinois met .519 with 13 points to win.
She had 37 workers and her first collegiate killing, starting in the fourth consecutive game and Kylie Miller in her side.
On the Illinois side of the grid, Megan Cooney connected her career with 19 killing, and Jacqueline Quade had 18 years. Libero Morgan Lay Brien's new high season with 23 digging.
Baylor Iowa saves State: Sure, it was a shock, and strikers grow three in Baylor barge, but the Kicks pushed the balloon into the frontier in the first and third series (26-24, 25-18, 27 -25).
The bears hit a low-low season .214 and there were eight errors going with the star outside Yitteriana Pressley's hitter to kill 15. Shelly Stafford had 10 kills and met a high team .412. The conductor Hannah Lockin won a double double of the season with 33 helping and 15 excavations.
Iowa State won the eight to five blocking competition, led by Candelaria Herrera with six block aid.
“I thought we could be better tonight,” said Ryan McGuyre, Baylor head coach. “We hope that it is not about keeping this straight line alive, it's about the points. I thought we gave us too many points. Iowa State is amazing. They are still young, and now they are hitting and rolling. I thought they exposed some things tonight. We need to find ways to win. We won ugly tonight. ”
K-State puts pressure on Texas: In another big 12 game that was closer than the final score he could say, No. 4 of Kansas State (32-30, 25-17, 25-18).
K-State just met 0.080 in the first set, but the score was well pushed well after 25, partly because of strong attendance. The Wildcats collected four of its seven in the first set.
“We were fighting for a number of exciting things and thought that our excavation effort was very good,” said Suzie Fritz, Kansas State's head coach after the game. "I thought [libero] Loren Hinkle then did a nice job and got quite involved with balls. ”
Logan Eggleston was in charge of Texas and killed 11 people, 10.7 Brionne Butler, who played the first two series, won 1.000 with six kills and no errors on six swings. She also helped with five high-level obstacles and a single block.
The bitter outdoor Micaya White was relatively quiet on offense, and only eight were killed on 36 swings, but she decided a new high season with 18 digs.
Around the nation: Wisconsin (9-4, 5-0) was in the third Big Ten game of Northwestern baking night (9-8, 0-5) on the road 25-23, 25-15, 25-19. Dana Rettke scored his 1,000th career slaughter to third place the Wisconsin match. She finished the game with nine to go with five blocks that help …
In any ACC game of the day, Georgia Tech swept (9-7, 2-3) Clemson (6-10,0-5) 25-17, 25-20, 25-20. In the first meeting of the Yellow Jackets' conference, Kodie Comby was in charge of 12 killings and two errors, meeting with .556. As a team, GT.366 met with Clemson .241…
The second series in a CSS game between Alabama (11-5, 3-2) and Mississippi State (11-6, 0-5) went to 39-37 before entering USC. The longest version was in Alabama volleyball history since 2007 (longest for MSU since the rally scoring era started in 2008).
Five tidal players recorded two-digit slaughterings, led by Ginger Perinar with 15. Mississippi State Maintenance Alleah Stamatis 16 Alleah Stamatis excavated 16 and a high USC career helps for the ninth double of the year…
The two Big East games were set in a direct set with St. John (11-7, 3-2) over Villanova (12-4, 3-2) and Seton Hall (7-12, 2-3) on the top of Georgetown (11). – 8, 1-4)…
Preseason Player of the Year CAA 16 killings were met with .444 in Hofstra (9-7, 2-2) 25-20, 25-18, 25-18 from northeast (7-9, 1-3)…
Youngstown State (7-11, 1-4) came back from 0-2 down to IUPUI (6-12, 2-3) to overcome in five series (21-25, 26-28, 25-19, 25-). 22, 15-13) and log first win in the Horizon series. Margaux Thompson made a double double recording with match 17 seamen and 21 best staff excavations. IUPUI libero Rachel Hickey added top to every player with 27 excavations…
Wright State (16-1, 5-0) also won a Wright slate in four of Cleveland States (5-11, 1-4) and Oakland (9-8, 2-3) to go over Northern Kentucky (10- 7 , 3-2) in five. Oakland established a new program record with 126 excavating in the game, led by Lindsay Wightman, 34, in the history of the program. Oakland also won the blocking battle 14 to 3.5.
Despite the loss, NKU settled its own impressive 117 excavations and found 21 slaughter and 27 from Crawford… t
Quinnipiac (6-9, 2-4) downed Marist (6-10, 4-2) in four heads, and suffered another squad of MAAC Manhattan (3-15, 1-5) four-loss. for nonconference foe St. Francis Brooklyn (7-11, 1-3)…
Robert Morris (14-3, 4-0) remained easy in the NEC, sweeping St. Francis… t
Ohio Valley Conference Leaders won Murray States (10-7, 4-1) and Morehead State (13-4, 4-1) again, hitting Austin Peay (5-14, 3-2) and Eastern Kentucky (6-13) , 1-4), respectively…
Finally, Mercer Chattanooga broke, and violated New Orleans SFA.
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