Friday, 22 September 2023

NCAA Womens Volleyball

Card Comes Up Short – Stanford University Athletics


STANFORD, Calif. – No. 5 Stanford had its five-match winning streak versus Nebraska snapped, falling to the fourth-ranked Huskers, 23-25, 16-25, 25-19, 21-25, Tuesday, at Maples Pavilion.

Stanford (6-2) was held to a season-low .218 attack percentage in its first loss to Nebraska (8-0) since the 2008 season opener in Omaha.

Outside hitter Caitie Baird led the Cardinal with 15 kills on .400 hitting, six digs, three assists, two blocks and an ace. Opposite Kendall Kipp added 12 kills, three digs and a block.


Nebraska hit .333 as a team and out dug Stanford 38-30 and out blocked the Cardinal 11.5 to 8.5. Both teams had four aces.

Setter Kami Miner totaled 38 assists, three digs, two blocks and an ace. The junior also had a season-high five kills on eight errorless attempts to hit a team-best .625.


Middle blocker Sami Francis hit .312 with seven kills and three blocks, while McKenna Vicini had a team-best five blocks and two kills. Outside hitter Elia Rubin finished with seven kills, three digs and a season-high four blocks.

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