Mavs disappoint in home finale

The UNO volleyball team played its final competitive home match of the season Tuesday night, losing in straight sets to South Dakota.  Before the match, the Mavs honored the personal and athletic achievements of their three seniors- Brittany Hanssen, Emily Myers and Angie Reicks.

That's where the good feelings ended.


Not the fitting description

On paper, the stats show freshman Kelley Wollak is racking up the kills and proving to be one of UNO's best offensive weapons.  In her first 12 games of college volleyball, Wollak is second on the team with 101 total kills and averages almost three per set.


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