- Inside Athletics
|Lawrence Tech (5-18, 2-9 WHAC)||24||25||25||25||15||3|
|Marygrove (19-15, 2-9 WHAC)||26||21||21||27||7||2|
|Lawrence Tech||Indv. Leaders||Marygrove|
|#5 Kelsey Haener - 25||Kills||#8 Katharina Hall - 12|
|#7 Mary Armstrong - 7||Blocks||#17 Kiara Cobbs - 8|
|#5 Kelsey Haener - 30||Digs||#2 Kara Kempinski - 25|
|#12 Darby Johnson - 6||Aces||#13 Amelia Velez - 4|
|Lawrence Tech||Team Statistics||Marygrove|
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. -- Wednesday's (Nov. 6) home game away from home proved to be a tough for the Mustangs (19-15, 2-9 WHAC) as Lawrence Tech (5-18, 2-9 WHAC) won the road match on their campus in five sets.
The loss, for now, halts the Mustangs' bid at the program's first 20-win season. Lawrence Tech earned their fifth win of the season after topping the Mustangs.
Katharina Hall (Livonia, Mich./Henry Ford CC) rallied her squad in the fourth set to give the Mustangs a chance in the deciding fifth set. The senior finished with a team-high 12 kills. Hall also added 16 digs in her final regular season contest as a Mustang.
The Mustangs end the WHAC regular season as the 10th seed. As the 10-seed, head coach Jamie Baker and the Mustangs will travel to seventh-seeded Lourdes University Wednesday (Nov. 13) to begin conference postseason play. The match is slated for a 7 p.m. start.
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