The No. 15 ranked Colorado School of Mines volleyball team beat Chadron State three sets to one and swept the season series. This was the twelfth straight win for the Lady Orediggers who improved to 19-4 on the season and 13-1 in the RMAC.
The Lady Orediggers volleyball team extended their current winning streak to 11 games this weekend after winning a five-set thriller against Western New Mexico and a straight-set sweep of New Mexico Highlands.
The 18th-ranked Lady Orediggers volleyball team took to the court twice this weekend to defend their place atop the RMAC volleyball standings, and came away with two decisive victories.
The No. 18 Colorado School of Mines volleyball team started their three game road trip at CSU-Pueblo on October 10 and at Adams State in Alamosa on October 11, winning both matches.
Mines beat CSUP in straight sets, 3-0. Mines jumped out to an early lead in the first set, and eventually held a 10 point advantage at 17-7. CSU-Pueblo would fight back to within three at 24-21, but Mines scored the set point on a service error by CSUP to take the first set 25-21.
The No. 19 Colorado School of Mines volleyball team (9-4) needed just an hour and five minutes to dispose of Johnson & Wales (8-13) Tuesday night. Winning all three sets by a combined score of 75-36, Mines dominated play, only trailing once during three sets.
Saturday night saw the Mines volleyball team travel down to Colorado Springs to take on a University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions squad intent on upsetting the 19th ranked Lady Orediggers. That dream for UCCS almost turned into a reality, as Mines needed all five sets and a late rally to emerge victorious.
The nineteenth ranked Colorado School of Mines volleyball team started off their conference schedule with a strong showing against Colorado Christian University. Winning in 3-0 in straight set of 25-16, 25-14, and 25-20 to improve to 6-3 on the season and 1-0in the RMAC.