INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- The Earlham Quakers volleyball team extended their win streak to eight after the second week of non-conference action.
The Earlham Quakers won all of their five matches last week. In five matches, senior middle hitter Ashleigh Burton led the Quakers attack with 45 kills (3.00 kills/set) for a .535 hitting percentage.
The Hanover Panthers defeated Spalding and Berea last week before losing to Centre in a close 3-2 match on Saturday. In three matches and 11 total sets, defensive specialist Ally Williams logged 60 digs (5.45 digs/set). The junior also added 16 assists and four service aces for the week.
Rose-Hulman went 4-1 in the second week of non-conference action to climb its way to third place in the conference leaderboard. The Fightin' Engineers were anchored by setter Katie Orbeta who earned All-Tournament honors for her efforts at the Wash U. Invitational. The juniors tallied 13 kills, 113 assists, and 58 digs in 17 sets of play last week.