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Winona State volleyball clinches NSIC tournament birth with 3-0 sweep over No. 5 Duluth

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Winona State volleyball clinches NSIC tournament birth with 3-0 sweep over No. 5 Duluth

Winona State volleyball clinches NSIC tournament birth with 3-0 sweep over No. 5 Duluth

The Winona State volleyball team recorded its most impressive win yet with a 3-0 sweep of No.

5 Duluth Saturday. The win marks the Warriors' first regular-season triumph over the Bulldogs since 1990.

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Winona State volleyball clinches NSIC tournament birth with 3-0 sweep over No. 5 Duluth

On the volleyball court winona state closes out its regular season hosting #5 minnesota duluth.

------------ first set duluth looking to get the kill but casey volkman gets the dig and a lucky bounce as it finds bre maloney who tips it over for the warriors who lead 13-7.

------------ winona state looking to take the first set as maloney sets up kate masberg for the kill as the warriors take the first set convincingly 25-10.

------------ now in the second set winona looking to go up 2-0 as megan flom just blows it by the bulldog defenders as the warriors take the second set 25-17.

------------ this one was all winona state and in the third set paige christopher gets up and gets the kill and the warriors take a close third set 25 - 23...... ------------ the warriors sweep #5 duluth....3- 0....winona state clinches an n-s- i-c conference tournament birth.

Viterbo wins the n-s-a-a championship with a 3-1 match win over dakota state.

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