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...and speaking of volleyball

Before the season began, IPFW volleyball coach Kelley Hartley-Hutton said she was looking to find more offensive options to help last year's Summit League Freshman of the Year, Emily Spencer.

She may have found what she was looking for in the Mastodons' 3-1 victory over Ball State on Tuesday.

Although Spencer had a team-high 21 kills, she had three others get double-digit kills.

Haley Emenhiser (12), Hailie Ripley (11) and Jessie Manwaring (10) helped as IPFW defeated Ball State, 25-15, 29-27, 18-25 and 25-21.

Tessa McGill, who earlier was named the Summit League Player of the Week, had 24 digs.

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