Yellowjackets report: UWS volleyball sweeps North Central

Both UWS golf teams finished third at the UMAC meet in Becker, Minn.

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Wisconsin-Superior women's volleyball bounced back from a 3-0 loss to Northwestern on Friday by routing North Central 3-0 (25-12, 25-14, 25-15) in Upper Midwest Athletic Conference play on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021 at Mertz Mortorelli Gym.

UWS had 13 kills in each of the three sets, while the Rams had only 18 kills for the entire match. UWS also had a 10-1 advantage in service aces.

Alexie Pryd of UWS led all players with 10 kills. Megan Holz had 18 assists and Cassy Teff 11. Hailey Atwood and Jenna Anderson posted 11 digs apiece.

The Yellowjackets (6-13, 4-3 UMAC) play at Northland on Tuesday night.


UWS golf teams take third at league meet

Wisconsin-Superior finished third of eight teams at the three-day UMAC men's golf championships, which concluded Saturday at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Becker, Minnesota.


The Yellowjackets (941) outshot eventual winner Bethany Lutheran (934) by a stroke on the final day, but were eight shots behind entering the final round.

Brady Raph of Minnesota Morris was medalist with a final-round 70 for a 54-hole total of 6-over 222. UWS's Cody Stanisch finished fourth at 14-over.

The UWS women were also third (1,141). Northwestern (1,073) edged UMM by a shot for the team title. Ally Busick tied for fifth overall with a 53-over 269 for 54 holes.


Yellowjackets rout Rams

Blake Perry and Alex Hanson scored two goals apiece as Wisconsin-Superior routed North Central 8-0 in Minneapolis on Saturday.

It took just 2:37 for UWS to get on the scoreboard, through Josh Bellamy's fourth goal of the season. Hanson then bagged his brace to give UWS a 3-0 lead at the half. Perry opened the scoring for the Yellowjackets 3:29 into the second half to continue the pattern.

Payton Anderson made the only save necessary for UWS, which had 23 shots on frame to North Central's two.

Scott Wilson had three assists for UWS (7-6, 7-1 UMAC), which plays Friday at Martin Luther.

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