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Govs unable to close door against Cardinals


APSU Women's VolleyballMuncie, IN – The Austin Peay State University (APSU) volleyball team led late in the first two sets against Ball State but could not close the door, falling in three sets (21-25, 23-25, 14-25), Saturday, in their opening match of the Active Ankle Challenge.

Austin Peay (1-10) got out to a strong start and led in the first set 20-19 to force a Ball State timeout.  Ball State scored six of the final seven points of the set after the timeout to claim the opener. 

APSU Sports Information

APSU Sports Information

The Govs led by a point, 22-21, again in the second but Ball State rallied with four of the final five points to take a 2-0 lead. Ball State (5-5) led the third set wire-to-wire to win the match.

Brooke Moore, Jenna Panning and Karli Graham each had six kills to lead the Governors offense, which finished with 29 kills and a .128 team attack percentage.

Allison Hamaker led Ball State with 14 kills. The Cardinals opened their tournament with 47 kills and a .297 team attack percentage while also posting six blocks.

Austin Peay State University continues play at the Active Ankle Challenge with a 9:00am, Saturday contest against Missouri State.




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