With only two games left in the season, the UAA Seawolves have accomplished a lot this season.
They have produced at least 20 wins, beating the previous season at 15 wins.
They are maintaining an unbeaten streak of 10 games, with the potential to make it 12. They have catapulted themselves from number seven in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, to the highly coveted number one spot.
What makes this team so great? It could be luck or just a fluke. But the more likely answer is that it could be the star players who bring their “A” game all the time. Some of the ladies that are making big plays this year have already made the All-Time UAA statistics leaders.
For example, senior setter Calli Scott is 10th place on the career statistics leaders for assists, with 1,199 at the beginning of the season. She also holds seventh place on the single season statistics leaders with an average of 10.61 assists per set.
Senior libero Stacie Meisner holds seventh place among the season statistics leaders for total digs in a season with 510 and fifth place for digs per set with 4.51. She also is part of a tie for 15th on the single season statistics leaders for aces with 40.
Finally, junior middle blocker Courtney Lundberg also joins Meisner and Scott on the season statistics leaders for block assists and attack percentage. She is tied for 20th place for block assists with 83 and holds seventh place in her attack percentage with .290.
Recently, these ladies led their team to another victory over UAF, this time at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, extending their winning streak to 10 games.
Now, with only two games left, UAA head coach Chris Green says, “we are going to be facing some of our fiercest competition, Northwest Nazarene and Seattle Pacific University.”
UAA beat both of these teams in their own houses as part of their current winning streak.