The Kansas volleyball team defeated its first opponent, St. Peters, on Friday at the Jayhawk Invitational 30-14, 30-16, 30-16. It is KU's third win in a row and their second consecutive sweep at home.
KU hit a season-high .456 for the match with 10 Jayhawks recording at least one kill from a balanced attack. Savannah Noyes and Flavia Lino led with eight a piece.
Kansas' 30-14 score in the first game was the widest margin of victory on the season for the Jayhawks. In game two, sophomore Flavia Lino led a team attack percentage of .429 with four kills and a hitting percentage of .667. With Kansas leading 21-13, sophomore setter Katie Martincich served five straight points to give the Jayhawks a 25-13 advantage en route to their 30-16 victory.
Kansas will continue its play at the Jayhawk Invitational as it welcomes Wyoming to the Horejsi Family Athletics Center at 7:00 pm. tonight. Wyoming defeated Morehead State earlier in the day 3-0.
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