No. 12 KSU Tops Kansas, 3-1, to Take Series
Junior Rita Liliom paced the Cats’ offense for the second-consecutive match as she converted for 16 kills on 30 attempts while swinging at .367 percent. She added two aces, four digs and two blocks. Senior Angie Lastra disrupted the Jayhawks’ receiving as she recorded five service aces, including three straight in game two to push K-State to a 7-1 lead. The
Megan Farr and Nataly Korobkova added 14 kills each for the Wildcats, as Farr hit at .545 percent for her 17th match of hitting .300 or better this season. The product of
Defensive specialists Lauren Mathewson and Lauren Rosenthal had key numbers against the Jayhawks, as freshman Mathewson notched a career-high four aces. Rosenthal dished out a near-season high of 14 digs, falling short of her mark from Baylor by one.
Senior Stacey Spiegelberg put together a 54-assist effort on the night, while tallying six kills and six digs. Sophomore Kelsey Chipman finished with nine kills, one service ace and K-State’s lone solo block of the night.
The Wildcats’ season moves on with the final home regular-season match as K-State welcomes