Dalton State Volleyball Downs Oakwood 3-0

Sunday, October 27, 2013 - by James Beavers

The Dalton State Lady Roadrunners played subs Saturday night in an easy straight set win over Oakwood University.

Coach Bruna Langner had nothing but praise for the squad.  She cited Katie Curtin, Cassie Cochran, Ashley Nations, and Kailey Vaughn for the winning effort.

     Dalton State                  25    25    25    -     3

     Oakwood University    19    14    18    -     0

The Lady Roadrunners (8-12) next travel to Gainesville to play Brenau University on Halloween night (Thursday, Oct. 31) at 7 p.m.

Dalton State Volleyball then goes to Brunswick on Saturday, Nov. 2, for an 11 a.m. first serve at College of Coastal Georgia. They then close the season against Tennessee Temple in Chattanooga at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5.


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