Bison Happenings

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Volleyball

Women’s volleyball looks to get back on track this weekend with two home games. Friday the Bison will face Oral Roberts and Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis on Saturday. The Bison are currently on a five game losing skid after winning two games in a row. Four out of the last five games the Bison have lost either 0-3 and 1-3 in the match.

Friday’s game will start the beginning of Summit League play. From here on out, besides October 25 versus UND, all games are Summit League games.

Friday’s game is against Oral Roberts who have a record of 7-6, before their game Tuesday against Arkansas. Oral Roberts are currently 2-3 in the last five games. They will be led offensively by outside hitter Laura Milos, who has collected 264 kills, over 100 more than the next highest on the team.

Saturdays game is verses IUPUI with a record of with a record of 4-11 before their game on Thursday versus South Dakota State. IUPUI is currently on a five game losing streak.The IUPUI Jaguars were 21-10 last season.

Soccer

Women’s soccer begins their Summit League play Thursday, Sept. 29 at Omaha. Before their game Tuesday, Sept. 20 versus Jamestown, the Bison were 4-5 and are 2-3 during their last five games. Currently, Jamestown is 4-3 and on a two game losing streak. Holley Enderle looks to keep her good form going, as she is coming off a three goal weekend, thanks to a hat trick against UNC Asheville.

Cross Country

Both the men and women travel to Minneapolis for the Roy Griak Invitational. The event will be hosted by the University of Minnesota at the Les Bolstad Golf Course in Falcon Heights, Minnesota.  The Griak Invitational is one of the largest meets in the nation, with over 4,000 runners competing, both in high school and college levels. The men will run at 12:20 p.m. on Saturday, with the women following at 1:40 p.m.

Women’s Golf

The Women’s golf team returns to action beginning Sunday at the Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational. This will be the team’s second event of the fall. Natialie Roth is coming off a victory at the UNO Invitational Championship. The Bison finished second as a team in Nebraska City. The tournament starts at Wilderness Ridge Golf Course in Lincoln, Nebraska.

 

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