OMAHA, Neb. — Keeley Davis broke Creighton’s all-time ace report and Jaela Zimmerman reached 1,000 profession kills as the No. 12 Bluejay volleyball group swept Seton Hall on Senior Day on Sunday, November 13.
Creighton went as much as 24-3 (16-0 BIG EAST) with a 25-15, 25-17, 25-7 win, whereas Seton Hall fell to 14-14 (5-11 BIG EAST) with the loss.
On a day that Creighton began 5 seniors and seniors Allison Whitten The Bluejay Seniors served as the sweeper of their final house recreation of the common season. The group mixed for 34 kills, six aces, 36 digs, and 5 blocks in .355 hits.
Davis completed with seven kills, 9 digs and 4 aces to interrupt Molly Moran’s Creighton report for aces in a profession. Moran, who performed at CU from 1998-2001, completed her profession with 145, whereas Davis had 9 aces in her final weekend at house and now owns 147. She set the report with the primary level of the third set and broke it two factors later to make it 3-0. She added her third ace of the set and fourth of the day to offer the Bluejays a 6-0 lead within the remaining body.
Zimmerman, who was disabled after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament in her knee final December, entered the day with two kills to change into the fifteenth 1,000 bluejay of her profession. Her first kill of the day gave Creighton a 9-6 lead within the second set, and she or he made her 1,000. Kill to offer Creighton a 17-5 lead within the remaining body. She had a season-high 10 digs in her first begin of the season and added an ace.
As if that wasn’t sufficient, senior Bethany Clapp had a season-high eight kills, 4 digs and three blocks in her first begin this yr, whereas Whitten led all gamers with a dozen digs. Also senior Jazz Schmidt led all gamers with 10 kills to .625 hitting. CU’s final senior to look, Kiana SchmittShe had seven kills and 4 blocks regardless of asserting her intention to return earlier within the week.
Creighton had 43 kills, 11 aces, 48 digs, eight blocks, and hit .362.
Seton Hall completed the event with 20 kills, three aces, 31 digs and three blocks for a .056 hit. Lalia Wallace and Jenna Walsh every had 5 kills to beat the Pirates, and Jennifer Giron led The Hall with seven digs. After not main at any level within the groups’ conflict on October 28 in South Orange, the Pirates took a 2-1 lead within the first set.
Creighton wraps up the common season on the street subsequent weekend when it is DePaul (Friday, 7 p.m.) and No. 17 Marquette (Saturday, 6 p.m.) searching for his ninth straight BIG EAST regular-season title.
REMARKS: Creighton has now received a faculty report 26 consecutive units…Creighton has now received 44 straight units towards Seton Hall, together with sweeps in every of their final 14 encounters…Creighton’s 16-game successful streak is this system’s fourth-longest all-time.. Creighton have received 31 straight house video games in November since shedding to Seton Hall on November 23, 2014…Creighton have received 29 straight video games towards BIG EAST groups…Creighton honored seniors Keeley Davis, Jaela Zimmerman, Emily Bressman, Jazz Schmidt, Bethany Clapp and Allison Whitten after the match…Creighton held Seton Hall with two kills and a -.174 hit within the third set.