HAUTE, IND. -- The Fightin' Engineers completed the Rose-Hulman
Volleyball Invitational with a 2-2 record after splitting a
pair of matches on Sunday.
Rose-Hulman won the opener over Webster 27-29, 26-24,
25-17, 25-11 to open Sunday play.
Junior Casey Levitt (Thousand Oaks,
Calif./Westlake) led the Engineers with 16 kills, and
senior Anna Lewer (Indianapolis/Lutheran) added 12
and a team-high 24 digs.
Junior Kira Boswell (Ames, Iowa) had 22
assists, with freshman Sarah Jensen (Overland Park,
Kan./Blue Valley Northwest) just behind at 21
assists. Jensen also had six service aces, with four aces
from senior Erika McGuire (Indianapolis/Warren
Freshman Claire Raycraft (Decatur, Ill./St.
Teresa) provided depth with three block assists and one
Millikin defeated the Engineers 28-26, 25-16, 24-26, 25-13 in
Jensen led the Millikin effort with a rare
triple-double. She recorded 11 kills, 14 assists and 15
digs for the Engineers.
Boswell added team-highs of 15 assists and two service
aces. Junior Kate Dangel (Upper Arlington,
Ohio) paced the squad with 24 digs, with Lewer
contributing eight kills, 14 digs and four blocks.
For her efforts, Jensen earned a spot on the all-tournament team
for the Rose-Hulman Invitational.
Rose-Hulman stands 6-3 on the season and returns to action with
matches against Kalamazoo and Millikin at the DePauw University
Invitational on Friday night.
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