Walsh (0-14, 0-9) hopes a change of scenery is just what the doctor ordered when they head to Michigan for a pair of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference matches. The Cavs play at Lake Superior State University on Friday (7 pm) and at Northwood University on Saturday (5 pm).
The Cavs lost to Northern Michigan and Michigan Tech this past weekend, but played well in both matches. Gina Kramer notched 23 kills the weekend, including 14 on Saturday and a .429 hitting percentage. Kramer is tenth in the GLIAC with 2.77 kills per set. Kelsey Snider recorded 16 kills in the two matches and is averaging 2.48 kills and 2.90 digs on the year. Kaitlin Bronikowski is third in the GLIAC with 5.27 digs. Haley Howell is handing out 7.87 assists (11th).
Lake Superior State (2-12, 1-8) has dropped their last two matches, falling to Tiffin (3-1) and Ohio Dominican (3-0) this past weekend. Jen Marren leads LSSU with 2.09 kills. Meghan Drobish is ninth in the GLIAC in digs (4.09) and Janelle Nagy is handing out 4.60 assists. The all-time series is tied a 1-1.
Northwood University (5-8, 2-7) enters the weekend on a three-match skid. They fell to Ohio Dominican (3-1) and Tiffin (3-2) last weekend. The Timberwolves host Malone on Friday. They are led by the tandem of Allison Getty and Krysta Kramer. Getty is eighth in kills (2.91) in the conference and Kramer is ninth (2.89). Erin Hoomaian is averaging 4.70 digs and Hailey Jones 6.11 assists. Northwood leads the all-time series 2-0.