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"We expect to play great teams in the NCAA Tournament, and we certainly are playing one with a team like UW-Oshkosh,"
The Muskies (25-10) wrapped up an automatic bid to the national tournament after winning the Northern Athletics Conference Tournament last Saturday in a 25-20, 18-25, 28-26, 25-17 win over Concordia
Freshman middle hitter Allison Davis (
"Allison just out-jumped everyone and was able to find the floor with her hitting," Schreiber said. "That was really a shining moment for Allison that I hope she can build her career on."
Junior middle hitter Brittanie Paulus (Belgium) provided the defense, posting 33 digs, which is second in
Schreiber has been pleased with the team's chemistry all season long.
"In my 14 years of coaching here, I've never coached a group that respects me and respects each other like this team does," Schreiber said. "We've had very few issues with team chemistry or player relations."
"We showed flashes of being competitive in the match," Schreiber said, "but they really wore us down by getting contributions from all aspects of their game."
The region's top-seeded Titans (37-2) haven't lost since Oct. 4 and are coming off a five-set victory over UW-Eau Claire in the championship game of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletics Conference Tournament.
The Muskies are the region's No. 8 seed. The winner of the match will take on the winner of the 6 p.m. contest between fourth-seeded
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