GALESBURG — The Carl Sandburg College
volleyball team made quick work of Lincoln JV on Wednesday night at John
M. Lewis Gymnasium, overpowering the Lynx 25-7, 25-6, 25-14 in a match
that took barely 45 minutes.
A night after seeing a seven-game
winning streak snapped, the Chargers (22-7) never trailed Lincoln and
were tied just once — at 1-1 in the third set — while getting all 15
players into the contest.
Sophomore Peyton Bowman (Sciota,
Ill./West Prairie), who earlier in the day had been named the NJCAA
Division II Offensive Player of the Week and the American Volleyball
Coaches Association Two-Year College Player of the Week, put down
15 kills on 16 attempts for an .875 hitting percentage in addition to a
pair of blocks.
Sophomore libero Emily Bloomer
(Burlington, Iowa/Burlington) had team highs of 12 digs and four aces
for Sandburg, and setter Cora Vyhnanek (Sciota, Ill./West Prairie) had
UP NEXT FOR SANDBURG
Friday and Saturday at the Iowa Central Triton Invitational in Fort Dodge, Iowa.