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Volleyball - Tue, Sep. 19, 2017

New Orleans, La. - After defeating the Lady Knights of SUNO for the first time in the Castle on Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs traveled back to New Orleans seeking to do something no team has done since 2012, defeat the Lady Bleu Devils of Dillard University.  The Lady Bulldogs not only accomplished that goal, but they did it in good fashion; defeating the Lady Bleu Devils in straight sets.

In the GCAC Game of the Week featuring the #2 Lady Bleu Devils and the #4 Lady Bulldogs, the Lady Bulldogs jumped on the Lady Bleu Devils early in the first set.  The Lady Bleu searched and searched for an answer for the Lady Bulldogs' domination, but the Lady Bulldogs were just too much for the Lady Bleu Devils; rolling to a straight sets victory 25-19, 25-21, 25-23.  The win puts the Lady Bulldogs in third place at 3-2; one game behind Edward Waters and two games behind Xavier University.

Megan Besecker led the Lady Bulldogs with 6 kills followed by Obadiah Montgomery's 4 kills.  Kayla Cole led the defense with 35 digs followed by Jessica Porter's 20 digs and Alexandra Jwainat added 20 assists for the Lady Bulldogs.  The Lady Bulldogs will be back in action on Thursday as they travel to Ruston, LA to seek revenge on Grambling State University.  First whistle is set to blow at 6:30 P.M.

 
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