Posted 2 years ago

By Post Staff

CHADRON – After playing four-straight matches at Armstrong Gymnasium, the Chadron State College volleyball team is back on the road this week when it plays three matches in three days.

The Eagles play Thursday at CSU-Pueblo, Friday at Western State and Saturday at Adams State.

The ThunderWolves, who have lost six consecutive matches, are 7-13 overall and 4-7 in the RMAC. Western State has struggled this season, posting a 1-18 record while remaining winless in the conference. Adams State owns a 9-10 record and a 7-4 mark in the league.

After falling in two close matches last weekend to New Mexico Highlands and Western New Mexico, the Eagles are 3-16 and 0-10 in the RMAC.

Jessica Jester leads Chadron State with 153 kills but three others have at least 110. In addition, Justine Ackie, who has 429 set assists, is tied for the conference lead with 26 service aces.

Defensively for Chadron State, libero Alyssa Bauer has 268 digs and Alia Brennan has 51 total blocks.

Alex Helmbrecht, Sports Information Director