The Valley on ESPN3 Box Score (PDF) Watch Live at University of Evansville 10/6/2017 – 7 p.m. Next Game: Full Schedule Roster Preview Live Stats Story Links Box Score (HTML) DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University volleyball team extended its winning streak to eight matches with a 3-0 win over visiting Bradley, Saturday, Sept. 30, evening at the Knapp Center. The Bulldogs also improved to 4-0 in the Missouri Valley Conference to record the program’s best start to league play since 1996.Drake (15-3, 4-0 MVC) won with by scores of 25-19, 27-25, and 25-23. Drake had two players with double-doubles including Kyla Inderski (Urbandale, Iowa), who tied with Cathryn Cheek (Coppell, Texas) for the team lead in kills with 17 kills. Inderski added 16 digs for her seventh straight double-double while Cheek chipped in 10 digs.”The outsides, Kyla and Cathryn, led the offense and carried the team for much of the match tonight,” said Drake head coach Darrin McBroom. “It was huge for them, but for our total offense it wasn’t great, and we needed to find more balance on offense tonight.”Kylee Macke (Altoona, Iowa) was tops in the digs column for Drake with 20 and Paige Aspinwall (Maple Grove, Minn.) led the team with 30 assists.Bradley (7-12, 0-5 MVC) was led by Erica Haslag’s 10 kills while Rosado Yavianliz had 21 digs. The loss was the Braves’ fifth-straight to Drake.In the first set, Drake fought off an early push from Bradley with a 6-0 run including three-straight kills from Inderski who had seven in the set to open the match. Drake maintained its lead the rest of the way to win the set 25-19.The second set was much more competitive, coming down to the wire and requiring extra points to determine a winner. Drake won the set, 27-25, by winning the last three points off of two kills from Inderski and the final kill from Cheek. Inderski added another seven kills in the set to bring her total to 14 through two sets.The final set was another tight one with eight ties and four lead changes until Drake pulled away, 25-23. The Bulldogs came out hot, but the Braves answered back to keep the set close. Bradley gained some late momentum and took the lead at 23-21 with a 6-1 run. However, Drake fought back and finished the game on a 4-0 run to close out the set with back-to-back kills from Inderski.”I’m certainly glad we got the win tonight,” said Drake head coach Darrin McBroom. “I’m not thrilled with our performance. I felt like we were off and got into a lot of long rallies where we weren’t terminal offensively. It seemed like we were passive early on and we had some miscommunications.”The Bulldogs take their eight-game win streak and perfect Valley record on the road next weekend with matches at Evansville and Indiana State, Oct. 3 and 4, respectively. Both matches will be broadcast on The Valley on ESPN3.Print Friendly Version
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