After a productive 2-1 weekend in Orlando, Florida, the Wildcats took on the 4-2 Missouri Tigers in Bramlage Coliseum on Sept. 7.
The Wildcats began off down 12-9 halfway by way of the primary set earlier than head coach Suzie Fritz known as her first timeout of the sport. Popping out of the timeout, Missouri continued their management over the set and led the Wildcats 18-12. The Wildcats discovered their footing and made a comeback to tie the sport 19-19, and saved up their newfound momentum to complete the comeback 27-25, taking the primary set.
In set two, Ok-State held a agency lead all through the whole set, ending on a 10-5 run to win 25-14.
Taking a 2-0 lead and needing just one extra set, the Wildcats began off with an early 13-10 lead earlier than Missouri determined to make use of their first timeout. Ok-State continued to use stress as they went on yet one more run to develop the result in 18-11 earlier than one other Missouri timeout. The Tigers got here out of the timeout fired up and went on a 9-4 run to carry the set shut. Ok-State known as their first timeout of the set with a 22-20 lead. After the timeout, the Tigers knotted it up at 23-23 earlier than Fritz determined to make use of her last timeout of the set. Missouri was capable of full the comeback, successful their first set of the match 26-24 in a wanted resurgence.
Wildcats go 2-1 in Orlando
Coming off of their first set win, the Tigers jumped out to an early 13-11 lead earlier than coach Fritz known as a timeout. The Tigers saved the stress on to complete the set and received 25-20, establishing the ultimate set to resolve the match.
Within the fifth and last set, Ok-State got here out of the blocks sizzling, successful the primary half of the set 8-2. The Tigers fought again however couldn’t catch their stride because the Wildcats received the set 15-10, taking the shut match 3-2 and bettering their document to 6-1.
Freshman outdoors hitter Shaylee Myers led the Wildcats in factors with 24, adopted by Haley Warner with 19.5 and Sydney Bolding with 16.5. Setter Loren Hinkle led in assists with 41 whole assists all through the match.
The Wildcats will go on to play within the Rambler Problem on Sept. 9-10 in Chicago.