Boise State Cruises in 3-0 Victory Over Omaha
Sierra Nobley led Broncos in kills for eighth time.
Sept. 20, 2014

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - The Broncos keep rolling on their trip to Texas as they handed the Omaha Mavericks a straight-set defeat 25-15, 25-12, 25-20 on the second day of the Islanders Classic in Corpus Christi. Boise State opened strong and was never really challenged in the contest as they won by an average of nine points per set. 
 
The victory over the Summit League member was the third-consecutive sweep for the Broncos who are now 6-5 on the year.  Boise State will be back in action later tonight when they close the Islanders Classic against their host Texas A&M Corpus Christi at 6 p.m. (Mountain). 
 
Freshman Sierra Nobley continues to standout for Boise State leading the Broncos for the eighth time this season in kills with 13 while hitting 27 percent. The Scottsdale, Ariz., native also tallied 12 digs to record her first career double-double, she also added one assist, one service ace and three blocks. 
 
Senior Alyssa Gammel backed Nobley's performance with a solid one of her own tallying 10 kills, nine digs and one block. Katelyn Kinghorn was next with nine kills, four dogs and three blocks. Kaitlyn Oliver chipped in with seven kills, one ace and three blocks. 
 
Junior setter Sarah Baugh was strong once again spreading around 34 assists during the match, while sophomore libero Hannah Hubbard had a team-high 13 digs. 
 
Boise State was dominating on the floor out hitting Omaha 36 percent to eight percent, that is a new season-low for a Bronco opponent.  The Blue and Orange won with 53 kills, 47 assists, one ace, 54 digs and eight blocks. 
 
Omaha countered with 24 kills, 22 assists, two aces, 35 digs and nine blocks. Kelley Wollak led the Mavericks with seven kills.  

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