The Lady Toppers picked up two more Sun Belt wins
over the weekend.
With five matches to go in the
regular season, Head Coach Travis Hudson said he’s starting to see
improvements all around.
“We played complete matches this
weekend,” he said. “You can tell we’re starting to play better on
both sides of the ball.”
The Lady Toppers (23-3, 10-1 Sun
Belt Conference) earned two sweeps in Louisiana, beating
Louisiana-Lafayette on Friday and topping Louisiana-Monroe on
Saturday after an 11-hour bus ride to Lafayette on
WKU has won 17 of its 23 matches in
three sets this season.
“That’s a product of our
confidence,” Hudson said. “That shows that this is a team that
believes in itself and that’s starting to play complete
Junior outside hitter Jordyn Skinner
led WKU with 25 total kills over the course of the two matches. She
said the Lady Toppers come into each match hoping to get the
“We don’t want to go into four or
five sets, so we come out playing hard hoping we can finish in
three,” Skinner said.
WKU has this week off before its
last home matches of the season this weekend against Denver on
Friday and North Texas on Saturday.