LCSC volleyball team
LEWISTON, Idaho – Sophomore Julie Maciboba
and freshman Kelly Scott led a hard-hitting
attack to help the Lewis-Clark State College
women’s volleyball team defeat Montana State
University-Northern 30-19, 31-329, 30-19 in
a Frontier Conference match at the LCSC
Activity Center on Friday.
Maciboba and Scott collected 13 kills apiece
as the Warriors defeated the Skylights for
the second time this season and left them
tied with identical 4-7 conference records.
LCSC improves to 7-15 overall, while MSU-Northern
falls to 5-12.
and Kelly just played exceptional tonight,”
LCSC coach Erin Mellinger said. “Lisa (LCSC
setter Lisa Davis) seemed to really have a
connection with them tonight.”
Maciboba also had three of LCSC’s nine
service aces, along with 10 digs and two
block assists. Scott, who had a match-high
.385 hitting percentage, also added two
blocks at the net.
played with confidence,” Mellinger said.
“Even though we’ve played some great matches
of late, tonight had a different feeling. We
played with a lot of confidence. When we
play like that, we can play with every team
on our schedule.”
Freshman Dana Christiansen added eight kills
for the Warriors, while Brittney Kubik had
five along with two service aces and four
blocks. Lindsay Scott added 14 digs.
Hoff and Jody Berglund led MSU-Northern with
nine kills apiece.
Warriors rolled early as they grabbed leads
of 7-2, 14-6 and 21-11 in the first game.
MSU-Northern cut it to seven, but LCSC
scored six of the last eight points to close
out the game.
second game was tight with the lead
exchanging hands on several occasions. Both
teams led by four at one point, including
LCSC at 25-21, but the Skylights rallied to
tie it at 29-29. LCSC scored the final two
points for the win.
third game, MSU-Northern was tough early and
led 14-13 before LCSC ran off six straight
points behind the serving of Julie Nebeker.
The Warriors eventually scored eight of the
final 11 points to end the match.
will be back in action Saturday at 2 p.m. in
its final home match of the season against
the University of Great Falls, which is tied
with Westminster for first place in the
conference. The Warriors will honor their
two seniors, Nebeker and Dawn Ingham during