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Boise State Falls 3-0 at TCU

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Remy moves into sixth on career digs list with 1,185.

FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU Horned Frogs handed the Boise State Broncos a straight set defeat in Mountain West volleyball Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth, Texas. Elizabeth Griffin and Liz Harden led Boise State against TCU with eight and seven kills respectively. The Broncos fell 29-27, 25-17, 25-16 in their final regular season road contest of the year as they move to 13-13 overall and 4-7 in conference play.

The match opened with a hard fought set one that saw 12 ties and five lead changes as the Horned Frogs held off the Broncos 29-27. That was followed by set two that was close midway through before TCU blew open a 12-12 score with an 8-1 run to seize control and momentum as they won 25-17.  The sweep was complete when the Broncos struggled to hit the ball in the third set finishing with a match-low .143 percent. Before they knew it they were down 10 points as the Horned Frogs finished the contest off with a 25-16 win in set three.

Griffin tried to lead the Broncos back hitting .333 percent recording a team-high eight kills to go with one block assist for 8.5 points. Leah Stevens led Boise State in points with nine on six kills (.263), one ace, one solo block and two block assists. Harden was third in points with seven kills, followed by Breann Nesselhuf with 6.5 points on six kills and one block assist to go with a team-high 21 assists and nine digs. Kersti Whitney added a team-best 17 digs, while Amanda Remy recorded 15 as she moved into sixth-place on the Bronco career digs list with 1,185.

Jordan Raines led the Horned Frogs to the win with 20 points on 19 kills and two block assists followed by Stephanie Holland with 10.5 points with nine kills and three block assists. TCU out hit Boise State .333 percent (55-12-129) to .192 percent (39-15-125) as the Horned Frogs improved to 20-4 overall and 7-3 in conference. This was the final regular season road trip for the Broncos who finish with a four-game homestand beginning this Tuesday night when they host Utah Valley at 7:00 p.m. in the final nonconference match of the season.


For complete stats please refer to the attached match box.