|Coe College (23-11, 5-3 IIAC)||17||25||22||12||1|
|Wartburg (21-5, 7-1 IIAC)||25||20||25||25||3|
|Cedar Rapids, Iowa|
|Coe College||Indv. Leaders||Wartburg|
|#4 Lindsey Koch - 23||Kills||#10 Lizzy Blough - 15|
|#11 Olivia Leisinger - 2||Blocks||#16 Claire Willenbring - 5|
|#1 Madi Miller - 18||Digs||#3 Kathryn Nasby - 26|
|2 Players (#11,#16) - 1||Aces||3 Players - 2|
|Coe College||Team Statistics||Wartburg|
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The Coe College volleyball team dropped a 3-1 decision to Iowa Conference Champion Wartburg on Saturday in the Iowa Conference Tournament Championship.
Wartburg took the first set 25-17, as Coe hit .140 with 13 kills. The Knights opened the match with 15 kills and hit .333 in the opening set. The Kohawks caught fire in the second set, as Coe won 25-20. Coe hit .227 in the set, but connected for 18 kills in the set. The third set was back-and-forth, with the Knights coming away with a 25-22 victory. The Kohawks hit just .025 in the final set, while Wartburg hit .481 with 13 kills and no errors in the 25-12 victory.
Lindsey Koch (Hudson, Iowa/Hudson) led the Kohawks with a career-high 23 kills, tied for the fourth most in school history in a four-set match. Marley Patrick (Moline, Ill./Moline) added 10 kills, while Olivia Leisinger (Council Bluffs, Iowa/Lincoln) and Jaimee Rindy (Gypsum, Colo./Eagle Valley) each had eight kills. Hanna Reese (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Washington) had 44 assists and 16 digs, as she notched her team-high 19th double-double of the season. Madi Miller (Coralville, Iowa/West) led the Kohawks with 18 digs, while Ali Arns (Waverly, Iowa/Waverly-Shell Rock) added 14. Koch had 13 digs, as she recorded her 10th double-double of the season.
The match was the 141st and final match of Leisinger's career, as she moved into a tie for sixth in school history in matches played. Rindy moved into a tie for 10th in school history with 191 total blocks in her career. Reese finished the season with 1,163 assists, the eighth most in school history. Rindy had 86 block assists on the season, the fifth most in school history.
Coe finishes the season 23-11 overall and 5-3 in the Iowa Conference. The Kohawks return four starters and a libero to the 2017 squad.