11/19/2022 | 1:00 PM
Nov. 19 (Sat) / 1:00 PM
AMES, Iowa – Fifth-year senior Karrington Jones posted a .750 hitting clip, however the Texas Tech Pink Raiders fell to the Iowa State Cyclones, 21-25, 25-12, 24-26, 20-25, on Saturday afternoon at James H. Hilton Coliseum.
Jones led the Pink Raiders (14-12, 3-10 Massive 12) in hitting when she racked up 12 slams on 16 assaults (.750) whereas including two blocks within the match. Each Kenna Sauer and Reese Rhodes collected their fifteenth and eleventh double-doubles, respectively. Sauer tallied 19 kills and 10 digs and Rhodes totaled 47 assists and 10 digs.
With 9 kills within the match, Brooke Kanas now ranks fifth at school historical past in kills as she now has 1,085 profession slams. She additionally performed in her 133rd match which is fourth in program historical past. Kanas additionally added seven blocks and three digs to her stats in opposition to the Cyclones. Reagan Cooper continued to impress on the web as she recorded 11 kills on the day, whereas amassing three digs and a block.
Defensively, Maddie Correa posted 10 digs and KJ Adams was proper behind with eight of her personal. As a group, the Pink Raiders tallied 10.5 blocks as Maddie O’Brien had 4, Rhodes had three and Jones added two extra.
HOW IT HAPPENED
The Pink Raiders started the set taking a 5-3 benefit on kills from Sauer, O’Brien and Cooper. Iowa State answered again with a 4-0 run, however Tech would rating three-straight factors on ISU errors and a block from Kanas and Rhodes for an 8-7 lead. The Cyclones would rating six of the following 9 factors to take a 15-13 lead heading into the media timeout. The Pink Raiders then tied issues up at 16-16 when Kanas put down a kill then added a block. Iowa State responded with a 4-0 run, although, to steer 20-16. Tech battled again, getting inside three on slams from Sauer and Jones, however Iowa State would win the primary set, 25-21.
Texas Tech began out scorching after taking a 7-3 lead early within the second set. Each groups would tie at 2-2 when Sauer and Jones collected a kill apiece. Then the Pink Raiders went on a 5-0 run, highlighted by kills from Kanas and Cooper, to take a five-point lead. Iowa State received some factors again, however the Pink Raiders would get an ace from Rhodes and Correa, blocks from O’Brien, Jones and Kanas and kills from Sauer and Jones to take a 16-8 lead. One other ace from O’Brien and slams from Sauer prolonged the Pink Raiders’ result in 22-10. Tech maintained its benefit and would win the set on a Cooper kill, 25-12.
The Pink Raiders took one other early lead after going up 4-2 on an ace from Rhodes, a triple block and a kill from Cooper. An ace from Iowa State gave the Cyclones a lead, however that was short-lived when the Pink Raiders went on a 4-1 run for an 8-6 benefit. The Pink Raiders would take a 13-11 lead on a solo block from O’Brien, however then the Cyclones answered with a 4-0 run of their very own to reclaim the lead, 15-13. Tech battled again and finally received 4 consecutive factors due to blocks from Sauer, Kanas and Rhodes to steer, 18-16. Each groups would commerce factors, tying at 20-20, earlier than the Cyclones went on a 2-1 run to steer 22-21 and power a Tech timeout. Jones would come out of the timeout and slam one right down to tie issues up once more, then Iowa State had an assault error that gave the Pink Raiders a 23-22 benefit and compelled a Cyclone timeout. The Pink Raiders continued to battle, however Iowa State would win the set by a rating of 26-24.
Iowa State took an 8-1 lead at first of the fourth set, with the run stopped by Sauer’s kill. Texas Tech scored a number of extra factors on kills from Rhodes, Kanas and Cooper, however Iowa State nonetheless held a 12-6 benefit. Tech by no means backed down, finally slicing into the Cyclones’ lead by 5 on an overpass slam from Kanas, 18-13. The Pink Raiders would then go on a 3-0 run when Cooper obtained back-to-back kills and Sauer added one other to shut the hole at 20-17. However, Iowa State held its momentum to shut out the match, taking the fourth set by a rating of 25-20.
Brooke Kanas posted seven or extra blocks in back-to-back video games for the primary time this season after totaling seven on this match and eight in opposition to Oklahoma on Wednesday.
Kanas now ranks fifth at school historical past with 1,085 kills and fourth with 133 matches performed.
Maddie O’Brien ended the match with 4 blocks for the seventh time this season.
That is the primary time since Sept. 17, 2021 a Pink Raider hit over .700 (min. of 10 kills) after Karrington Jones recorded a .750 hitting clip and 12 slams.
Jones’ .750 hitting proportion can be the most effective by a Pink Raider (min. 12 kills) in a single sport this 12 months.
Texas Tech collected its greatest hitting proportion in convention play after recording a .312 hitting clip. That is additionally the primary Massive 12 match this season the group hit over .300.
The Pink Raiders are lastly again at dwelling after their two-game street journey as they tackle the West Virginia Mountaineers on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. within the United Supermarkets Enviornment.