Yost becomes program's all-time career kills leader

October 28, 20161st2nd3rd4thFinal
Bemidji State222025151
.299Hitting Pct..234
144Total Attacks141
Place - 14
Waite - 14
KillsReega - 15
Sykora - 51
AssistsHaney - 45
Sykora - 1
Cech - 1
Justesen - 1
AcesTronick - 2
Auer - 2
Sykora - 17
DigsYost - 13
Hallmann - 13
Koch - 3
BlocksTouchett - 5
Yost becomes program's all-time career kills leader
Friday, October 28, 2016
Yost becomes program's all-time career kills leader

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Bemidji State University volleyball senior Jessica Yost surpassed 1,301 kills Friday night to become the Bemidji State volleyball program's all-time career kills leader. The Beavers fell to No. 7 Augustana University, 3-1 (22-25, 20-25, 25-20, 15-25), as Yost tallied 13 kills in the match.

With the loss the Beavers fall to 7-17 (3-12 NSIC) while the Vikings improve to 21-4 (12-3 NSIC).

The Bemidji, Minn., native now has 1,313 career kills, surpassing Peggy Hammel-Moran (’96-’99) as the school’s all-time leader.

Despite Yost’s milestone achievement, sophomore Jessica Reega led the team with a career high 15 kills and hit a match-best .500 as well. Senior Amanda Tronick added 12 kills while freshman Julie Touchett tallied seven. Freshman Shelby Haney assisted on 45 kills while Yost and freshman Emma Hallmann led the Beavers with 13 digs. Sophomore Heather Fletcher defended the Beavers’ net and recorded five blocks, and Reega added four block assists.

The Beavers will be back in action tomorrow and host No. 8 Wayne State College (Neb.) at 4 p.m. from the BSU Gymnasium.

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Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooden region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, BSU sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).