Wright State volleyball wins the Horizon League championship and is invited to the NCAA Tournament

Returning to the NCAA Tournament is the Wright State volleyball squad. The Raiders defeated Northern Kentucky 3-0 in the Horizon League tournament title game on Sunday to win their school-record 23rd straight game and secure their third NCAA Tournament invitation in the last four years.


Sam Ott led top-seeded Wright State with a total of 13 kills and five service aces. Aaliyah Byers and Taylor Bransfield both had nine kills for WSU, and Megan Alders added 10. Jenna Story had 19 digs, Callie Martin had 12 digs, and Kate Meyer had 40 assists. Second-seeded NKU ended 18-13. Wright State will learn its next opponent next Sunday during the NCAA tournament selection show. This season, Wright State became only the fourth team since 1994 to go undefeated in Horizon League play.


Written by GMS

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