No. 16 Corban Volleyball Sweeps Oregon Tech


SALEM, Ore. – The No. 16-ranked Corban University volleyball team downed Oregon Tech in straight sets (25-19, 25-15, 25-19). The win moves the Warriors back into a tie for first place with Eastern Oregon after the Mountaineers swept College of Idaho on Friday evening.
As a team on the evening, the Warriors used solid all-around hitting and were extremely efficient at the net, racking up 12 total team blocks. After pulling away in set number one by six points, the Warriors rode the momentum into set two with the comfortable 10-point triumph. While Oregon Tech held a lead for much of the third stanza, the Warriors were the team that finished strong, resulting in the sweep of the Owls.
Marandah Boeder proved to be big-time at the net, totaling four block assists to go with two solo blocks, seemingly blocking everything the Owls threw at her.
Boeder hit for a .333 clip with eight kills, while Filipenko tallied four kills on an astounding .667 attacking mark. Additionally, Amber Parker led the way with nine kills while Adriana Aguayo recorded eight kills in the balanced attack.
For Oregon Tech, the Owls hit at just a .087 mark offensively while allowing to hit for a .252 mark. Individually, it was Whitney Webster and Chase Bohman notching seven kills each.
The Lady Owls will have a quick turnaround as they will play at Northwest Christian University Saturday in a rare 1:00 pm start in Eugene, Ore.