Coach Joe Getzin gets his 100th win

Coach Joe Getzin gets his 100th win

Lauren Lott, Sports Reporter

The Winona State University women’s volleyball team continued their winning streak last weekend with victories against Wayne State College and Augustana University.

The Warriors swept Wayne State on Friday 3-0 with scores of 25-17, 25-21, and 25-22.

Winona State recorded nine blocks and a season-high dig total for a three set match at 66. Sophomore Becca Pagel led the team with 18 digs.

The Wayne State Wildcats led the NSIC this season in opponent’s hitting percentage (13.7), and were able to hold Winona to a 19.4.

Senior Maria Wrage led the offense with her season-best 13 kills. She also had four blocks and recorded a 54.5 attacking percentage on 22 swings with only one error.

Sophomore Bre Maloney recorded her 14th double-double with 37 assists and 11 digs. Senior Taylor Goar recorded her 10th double-double with 13 digs and 11 kills, while also landing the final point of the match with her 122nd career service ace.

The Warriors picked up their fourth consecutive win on Saturday against Augustana at their final away game of the regular season.

They claimed a 3-1 victory over the Augustana Vikings with set scores of 21-25, 25-22, 25-16, and 25-14.

This win marks the 100th victory for head coach Joe Getzin, becoming the fastest to ever achieve this in Winona State’s history in just his fifth season.

Goar was an offensive leader once again with 15 kills. She recorded her 11th double-double of the year with 14 digs and moved into 11th place in program history of career digs with 1,306 total.

Maloney set the offense with 49 assists while also recording two of the Warriors’ eight aces.

The Warriors triumphed with a hitting percentage of 20.9 to the Vikings’ 7.8.

This win puts Winona at 13-13 (10-8 NSIC conference ranking) and puts the Warriors in a tie for the eighth and final conference tournament spot.

Winona State has their last two games of the regular season at home this weekend against No.12 Southwest Minnesota State University and Sioux Falls.