Volleyball Results

Dordt College Women's Volleyball vs. Kansas Wesleyan

September 26, 2008

Game Media

(Bellevue, Nebraska) The Dordt College Defender volleyball team won their 11th match in a row with a 3-0 win over Kansas Wesleyan at the Bellevue Classic, Friday, September 26, in Bellevue, Nebraska.

Dordt had little trouble with Wesleyan in their second meeting of the season with a 25-11, 25-19, 25-16 decision over the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference member. It was the Defenders' first match of the classic while Wesleyan had played a match earlier in the day and lost to GPAC member Northwestern 3-0.

Dordt was led by Larissa Veldhuizen and Kendra Potgeter with nine kills each while Brandee Schaap added eight and April Solsma six. Dordt split their setting duties three ways with Cassie Huizenga leading the team with 11 assists, Jessica De Stigter put up ten and Steph Goslinga lofted seven.

Kelsey Van Dyke led in digs with ten and served four aces. Fellow freshman Amber Weingartner got to ten digs and Dorinda Hibma dug up nine and had two aces.

Sarah Claborn was tops for Kansas Wesleyan with nine kills and 11 digs. Karissa Kent had 15 digs and Jenn Lee 14 assists.

Dordt is 18-2 this season while Kansas Wesleyan falls to 3-10. Dordt will face Columbia (Missouri) and Bellevue on Saturday at 3:45 and 8:00 respectively. Columbia is ranked #6 in the country and Bellevue #7.

Dordt's Current Record: 18-2 (0-0)
Opponent's Current Record: 3-10 (0-0)

Team Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Final
Dordt College 25 25 25 3
Kansas Wesleyan 11 19 16 0
Dordt Kill Leaders Total
Kendra Potgeter 9
Larissa Veldhuizen 9
Brandee Schaap 8
April Solsma 6
Dordt Assist Leaders Total
Cassie Huizenga 11
Jessica De Stigter 10
Steph Goslinga 7
Dordt Dig Leaders Total
Amber Weingartner 10
Kelsey Van Dyke 10
Dorinda Hibma 9
Dordt Serving Leaders Total
Kelsey Van Dyke 4 Aces (0/0)
Dorinda Hibma 2 Aces (0/0)
Team Totals Total
Kills 41
Assists 36
Digs 56

For more information, please contact Mike Byker, Sports Information Director, at mbyker@dordt.edu or (712) 722-6301.