Moira Revier won two events, placing first in the 500 freestyle in 26.03 and she also placed first in the 100 backstroke in 1:04.35.Amanda Mathiasen won the 100 freestyle in 57.92 and she also placed second behind Revier in the 50 freestyle in 26.51.Erica Schramm scored 241.30 points to win diving and teammate Olivia Welsh scored 220.95 to place third.The Cardinals also got victories and third-place finishes in the 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay.Willmar's Ava Brogren had second-place...
"For the weekend, we made significant improvements from how we played our first match of the tournament to the end," said Warriors head coach Joe Sussenguth. "Our last match against Jamestown was the first match all season that we truly found a higher competitive level of play, one that we've had the potential to reach. "Against Jamestown, Cami Sletta finished with 13 kills and she also served three aces. Kiana Johnson had 11 kills, Katelyn Dingmann had eight kills and three service aces.
Ridgewater lost two tight sets to open the match but recovered to win the third 25-8. But St. Cloud righted its ship and closed out the match 25-18 in the fourth set.The Warriors lost for the first time in four MCAC matches and are 8-3 overall. SCT is 3-0 in the MCAC and 9-2 overall.The Warriors strong hitting game wasn't evident against SCT. Ridgewater committed 15 hitting errors and hit just .193. Serve receiving and passing also were lacking, said head coach Joe Sussenguth.
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