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Monday, Nov. 25 (First Round)
Match 1: #6 Seattle U 3, #3 Utah Valley 2
Post-Match Video: James Finley | Iris Ivanis | Sam Atoa
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Match 2: #4 Idaho 3, #5 Kansas City 0
Post-Match Video: Debbie Buchanan | Alyssa Schultz
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Tuesday, Nov. 26 (Semifinals)
Match 3: #2 Bakersfield 3, #6 Seattle U 1
Post-Match Video: Jolene Shepardson | Debora Araujo
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Match 4: #1 New Mexico State 3, #4 Idaho 2
Post-Match Video: Mike Jordan | Desiree Scott | Debbie Buchanan
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Wednesday, Nov. 27 (Championship)
Match 5: #1 New Mexico State 3, #2 Bakersfield 0
Post-Match Video: Mike Jordan | MVP Desiree Scott
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All times listed in MST. Photos by Katie Dunphy

WAC Tournament Final Bracket
2013 All-WAC Teams
WAC Volleyball Weekly Release


Championship
No. 1 New Mexico State 1, No. 2 Bakersfield 0 (25-9, 25-12, 25-)
The Aggies swept Bakersfield in the championship match of the WAC Tournament to advance to their second straight NCAA Tournament. New Mexico State out-blocked the Roadrunners 12-3 in the victory. Bradley Nash led all players with eight kills on an amazing .800 hitting. Tournament MVP Desiree Scott had six kills and six blocks in the championship match.

All-Tournament Team
Debora Araujo, Bakersfield
Ciara Brown, New Mexico State
Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield
Bradley Nash, New Mexico State
Martina Samadan, Seattle U
Alyssa Schultz, Idaho
Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State
MVP: Desiree Scott, New Mexico State


Semifinals
No. 2 Bakersfield 3, No. 6 Seattle U 1 (26-28, 25-15, 25-15, 25-19)
After dropping the first set, the second-seeded Roadrunners won the next three to defeat No. 6 Seattle U in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament Tuesday. Debora Araujo led all players with 21 kills on .486 hitting to go along with 14 digs for her 13th double-double of the season. Martina Samadan led Seattle U with 13 kills on .423 hitting.

No. 1 New Mexico State 3, No. 4 Idaho 2 (27-29, 26-24, 26-28, 25-12, 15-12)
The top-seeded Aggies battled back and forth with No. 4 Idaho before winning in five sets in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament Tuesday. Desiree Scott and Stephanie Ziegler had 18 kills apiece, while Ziegler added 23 digs and Scott posted nine blocks. Idaho had four players in double-digit kills, led by Jessica Hastriter with 15. Meredith Coba posted a double-double of 49 assists and 15 digs.

First Round

No. 6 Seattle U 3, No. 3 Utah Valley 2 (25-21, 22-25, 23-25, 25-16, 15-13)
Sixth-seeded Seattle U defeated No. 3 Utah Valley in five sets in the first match of the WAC Tournament Monday. Iris Ivanis led the Redhawks with 15 kills and 10 digs,25- while Martina Samadan added 13 kills and seven blocks. Utah Valley was paced by Lauren Stringham with 11 kills, while Cassie Wahlin added 10.

No. 4 Idaho 3, No. 5 Kansas City 0 (25-19, 25-14, 25-15)
No. 4 Idaho swept fifth-seeded Kansas City in the first round of the WAC Tournament. The Vandals out-hit the Kangaroos .299 to .041 and out-blocked UMKC 10-2. Katelyn Peterson led Idaho with 11 kills, while Meredith Coba dished out 33 assists. Jessica Hendin paced the 'Roos with 14 kills.

Volleyball
WAC
Overall
Missouri-Kansas City
9-0
21-3
New Mexico State
7-3
13-9
Bakersfield
6-4
10-13
Seattle U
5-4
9-13
Utah Valley
5-4
10-15
Grand Canyon
4-6
14-9
Texas-Pan American
2-8
5-19
Chicago State
0-9
6-19
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