Reeg Breaks Career Assist Record As Sophomore

Westminster’s sophomore setter Kayla Reeg broke the Westminster career assist record during the 1-1 day at the 2014 Bears Invite. The Westminster Blue Jays defeated Transylvania, 3-1, during the first match of the day. They then fell to Millikin, 3-0, but Reeg’s 26 assists brought her to 2,025 career assists, outnumbering the previous 2,009 assist record. She was also named to the All-Tournament Team.

The Blue Jays defeated Transylvania in four. The scores were 28-26, 22-25, 25-19 and 25-21.

The Blue Jays hit .203 on the match with junior Lexi Collier leading the way with a .400 hitting percentage. Collier put down 9 kills and had four block solos. Sophomore Riley Lawrence grabbed 16 kills and two block solos. Reeg had 38 assists and 19 digs.

The Blue Jays turned around and faced Millikin University in their final match of the tournament. They lost in three: 18-25, 22-25, 20-25.

Collier and sophomore Amanda Kiso both hit .462 on the match with 7 and 6 kills, respectively. Sophomore Gabby LaRose and freshman Hannah Marshall led the Blue Jay offense with 8 kills apiece. Marshall also led the match with 4 service aces. Junior Caroline Will had 11 digs.

The Blue Jays will close out their regular season and conference season with a match at Principia College. They have already secured a spot in the Conference Tournament.

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