Women’s Volleyball

Jamestown def Doane 25-15,25-18,27-25

Box Score

(UJ)  The top-ranked University of Jamestown women’s volleyball team took care of No. 23 Doane (Neb.) University in three sets Friday night at Harold Newman Arena, winning 25-15, 25-18, 27-25.

Kalli Hegerle (SR/West Fargo, N.D.) led the Jimmie offense with 15 kills, and Jayla Ritter (SR/Forest Lake, Minn.) added 11. Ritter hit a team-best .450 on 20 attempts with just two errors.

Jackie Meiklejohn (SR/Dickey, N.D.) recorded a double-double of 25 assists and 11 digs. Anna Holen (SR/LaMoure, N.D.) finished with 19 digs, followed by Hannah Schiele (SR/Jamestown, N.D.) and Ellie Holen (SO/LaMoure, N.D.) with 17.

Ritter and Corina Huff (SR/Pequot Lakes, Minn.) each had three block assists, while Hegerle, Aleah Zieske (FR/Spicer, Minn.), and Logan Sherman (SO/Marshall, Minn.) all had two blocks each.

Jamestown came out strong in set one, outhitting the Tigers .436 to .146, making just one error and finishing with 18 kills. UJ opened with a 5-1 lead and eventually went ahead 11-2. Doane got no closer than eight points at 21-13, and the Jimmies’ final four points all came via kill

The Tigers stayed with UJ for the first half of set two, trailing just 13-11 before the Jimmies scored six of the next eight points to open up a 19-13 lead. Jamestown once again outhit Doane .263 to .125.

A 9-2 run to open the third made it seem like UJ would have no trouble finishing off the sweep, but the Tigers had other plans. Jamestown had match point at 24-19, only to have Doane take six straight points and a 25-24 lead. Following a Jimmie timeout, a Tiger attack error evened the score, then kills by Ritter and Zieske finished off the match.

Jamestown, now 22-0 and 11-0 in the GPAC, hosts Hastings (Neb.) Saturday at 5 p.m.

Men’s D-I Hockey

Jamestown 3 Midland University 0

Box Score

(UJ)  The 13th-ranked University of Jamestown D1 hockey team returned to Wilson Arena Friday night and defeated Midland (Neb.) University 3-0.

Jason Richter (SR/Kimberly, British Columbia) opened the scoring at the 16:59 mark of the first period, notching his third goal of the year with an assist by Greg Susinski (SO/Calgary, Alberta).

Quin Garrison (JR/Prince George, British Columbia) made it 2-0 Jimmies at 11:23 of the second, with Keaton Cline (SO/Killarney, Manitoba) and Brenden Vulcano (FR/Nelson, British Columbia) getting the assists.

Jordon Kromm (SO/Calgary, Alberta) rounded out the scoring in the third with his first of the season, a power play goal at 3:15 set up by Logan Berggren (SO/Cypress, Calif.) and Reid Wilson (SO/Castlegar, British Columbia).

The Jimmies outshot the Warriors 54-22. Tyson Brouwer (SR/Lethbridge, Alberta) had 22 saves in the shutout.

Jamestown and Midland finish their weekend series Saturday at 7 p.m.

M1 Midland University 0 at M1 University of Jamestown 3 – Status: Final
Friday, October 15, 2021 – Wilson Arena

M1 Midland University 0 0 0 – 0
M1 University of Jamestown 1 1 1 – 3

1st Period-1, M1 University of Jamestown, Richter 3 (Susinski), 16:59. Penalties-No Penalties

2nd Period-2, M1 University of Jamestown, Garrison 2 (Cline, Vulcano), 11:23. Penalties-Haukaas Ujm1 (interference), 4:47; Richter Ujm1 (hooking), 8:24; Wright Mid (slashing), 8:34; Richter Ujm1 (interference), 11:31; Eddington Mid (hooking), 14:00.

3rd Period-3, M1 University of Jamestown, Kromm 1 (Berggren, Wilson), 3:15 (PP). Penalties-Perry Mid (slashing), 2:45; Vulcano Ujm1 (high sticking), 3:43; Royer Mid (cross checking), 5:15; Cohen-Wallis Ujm1 (10-minute misconduct), 6:56; Tieken Mid (interference), 16:54.

Shots on Goal-M1 Midland University 10-8-4-22. M1 University of Jamestown 16-21-17-54.
Power Play Opportunities-M1 Midland University 0 / 4; M1 University of Jamestown 1 / 5.
Goalies-M1 Midland University, Gardner 3-3-0-0 (54 shots-51 saves). M1 University of Jamestown, Brouwer 2-2-1-0 (22 shots-22 saves).


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