Falcons Down the Bulls, 3-1

The Falcons will now move onto the MAC Tournament quarterfinals matching-up against Central Michigan

Sam Fish dished out 40 assists to go with five kills and no errors hitting a .500

Nov. 18, 2008

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - Bowling Green State University volleyball head coach Denise Van De Walle and the Falcons downed the Buffalo Bulls, 3-1 (25-15, 20-25, 25-18, 25-14) tonight (Nov. 18) to move onto the Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals. The Falcons will head to the SeaGate Centre Friday (Nov. 21) to take on Central Michigan at 11:00 a.m.

The Falcons' continued their history of dominating Buffalo recording their third win of the season and ninth straight win over the Bulls, remaining undefeated 11-0 against them in Anderson Arena.

The Falcons owned the net on both ends of the court out hitting the Bulls with 57 kills and a .357 hitting percentage compared to Buffalo's 43 kills and .172. On defense the Falcons recorded six blocks to Buffalo's three.

The Falcons' offensive attack was led by senior Meghan Mohr for the second straight match as she once again terminated a match high 18 kills with a mere two errors in 34 attempts good for a .471 hitting percentage. Mohr not only recorded double-digit kills but dished out 10 assists as well for her 10th double-double of the season. Also in double-digits was Corey Domek as she recorded 12 kills for BG. Just shy of double-digit kills were Kendra Halm with nine kills with only one error in 16 attempts, hitting a .500 hitting percentage and Kaitlin Jackson with eight kills. Sam Fish ran the offense handing out 40 assists.



On defense the Falcons had two players in double-digits as Chelsey Meek led the way with 15 digs, while Susie Isphording picked up 10. Defensively at the net Shari Luther led the Falcons putting up five blocks along with Mohr adding three.

Now 24-8 overall, the Falcons will return to action on Friday (Nov. 21) in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals at the SeaGate Centre against Central Michigan with the first serve taking place at 11:00 a.m.

The Falcons will make their ninth appearance in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals with an overall record of 3-6. The Falcons are 3-0 against Central Michigan in MAC Tournament history but have never met the Chippewas in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals.

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