Another one in the books for No. 4 UMD volleyball as they defeat Crookston at home
The No. 4 University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) volleyball went into Thursday’s home game against the University of Minnesota Crookston looking for a win after dropping a game to No. 3 Concordia University, St. Paul on Saturday, October 15.
Sydney Lanoue led the team in kills with 12. Madison Gordon had a night with 28 assists, and Kaylyn Madison kept the digs going with 21 on the night. UMD outscored Crookston in assists with 44-16 and in digs tallying 51-33 to defeat the Golden Eagles 3-0 in straight sets.
With Thursday’s win, the Bulldogs improve to 20-2 on the season. Next up for the Bulldogs is a trip to Bemidji State University on Saturday.
WDIO talked with head coach Jim Boos and junior Kaylyn Madison prior to the game. Click the video box below to hear their thoughts.