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Doane got a huge performance from their middle blockers as they defeated Dakota Wesleyan in three games on Friday evening, 25-11, 25-15 and 25-20. The victory improved the 17th-ranked Tigers to 20-4 overall on the season and 7-1 in the GPAC. The Tigers currently sit third in the conference standings following a loss by Dordt College to Hastings College this evening.
The Tiger middle blockers combined to pick up 23 kills in 30 attacks, a .766 attack percentage. Susan Rollman posted a game-high 13 kills while Kellie Peterson added 10 kills. Peterson also led the charge at the net defensively, finishing with four total blocks.
Doane finish with 50 kills and a .408 attack percentage. Ivie Speer added nine kills and Jessy Livers contributed eight.
Heather Davison posted a game-high 23 set assists while Cassie Reicks was right behind with 17.
Emily Schwisow posted a game-high 18 digs. She was the only play to reach double-figures in the category.
Megan Meduna collected four of the Tigers' six ace serves in the match. Reicks and Schwisow had one apiece.
Doane will host Sioux Falls on Saturday evening.