Dordt College ran its record at the Northwestern Classic in Orange City to 3-0 with a 3-1 win over Jamestown (North Dakota) early Saturday afternoon. <p>The Defenders knocked out wins in sets one and two by scores of 25-19 and 25-23. The Jimmies were able to avert the sweep with a win in set three of 25-20 but Dordt rolled in set four 25-13 to claim the win over a team that made last year's national tournament and is in the receiving votes category of this year's preseason national poll.<p>Dordt hit a stout .362 as a team and was led at the net by Brooke Wolterstorff with 14 kills and she also had 12 digs. Jenna Horstman and Lindsey Floen both had 11 kills and Kayla Gesink assisted on 44 kills. Kayla Broekhuis got to 22 digs as the Defenders had 64 in the four sets.<p>"What a great win for us to open day two of the tournament," said Dordt coach Chad Hanson. "Jamestown has historically been good and I anticipate them to have a tremendous season ahead. We had great ball control both in serve and serve receive which provided a consistent match for us and a great win outcome. Our final test this weekend will be the greatest as we face a Tabor team that is playing well right now."