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Junior Aubrey Dondlinger posted 20 kills and 13 digs in Southeast's 3-1 loss to Tennessee Tech in the OVC Tournament Quarterfinals (Patrick Clark)
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Volleyball Falls to Tennessee Tech in OVC Quarterfinals, 3-1

Nov. 16, 2007

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JACKSONVILLE, Ala. - Freshman Leah Meffert tallied a double-double of 22 kills and 20 digs in leading sixth-seeded Tennessee Tech to a 3-1 (30-18, 30-23, 25-30, 30-26) upset victory over third-seeded Southeast Missouri State Thursday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the 2007 Ohio Valley Conference Championship, held at Pete Mathews Coliseum on the campus of Jacksonville State. The Golden Eagles improve their record to 18-14, while the Redhawks finish the season with a 20-12 season ledger.

Junior outside hitter Aubrey Dondlinger (Palos Heights, Ill./Parkland CC), sophomore right side hitter Karleigh DeLong (Corona, Calif./Santiago), sophomore setter Sarah Barth (Germantown, Ill./Central) and freshman outside hitter Claire Keaton (St. Louis, Mo./Incarnate Word) all tallied double-doubles to lead Southeast on the day.

Dondlinger recorded 20 kills and 13 digs, while DeLong tallied 18 kills and 14 digs. Barth contributed 61 assists and 18 digs, and Keaton notched 15 kills and 16 digs for the Redhawks. Sophomore Molly Davis (Muncie, Ind./Burris) posted a match-best 27 digs and freshman middle blocker Emily Hughes (Memphis, Tenn./St. Benedict) recorded three blocks assists.

Tennessee Tech also received a double-double of 17 kills and 12 digs from sophomore Amanda Lindgren. Junior Erin Lynn contributed 12 kills and a match-high six blocks while sophomore Katie Kenline tallied 24 digs.

The Redhawks posted match advantages in kills (75-70), assists (71-66) and digs (95-86), while Tech held leading margins in service aces (6-2) and blocks (8-5).


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