The Golden Suns continue the record-breaking streak as they look to take on the Oklahoma Baptist Lady Bison tonight in Oklahoma at 7 p.m. The Golden Suns are ranked at 14th in the nation and move to 24-0.
The Golden Suns, 24-0 and 9-0 in Great American Conference play will take on the Lady Bison, 13-9 and 8-1 in GAC play. The Golden Suns still sit at the top of the GAC, while the Lady Bison are tied for 2nd with the Harding Lady Bison at 8-1.
Last weekend the Golden Suns continued to dominate teams as they took two more down to sweep both the Southwestern Oklahoma Lady Bulldogs and the Northwestern Oklahoma Lady Rangers 3-0 in both matches.
In the first match of the weekend, the Golden Suns were led by Allie Anderson, from Bryant, and Tabitha Spray, from Denton, Texas, with 10 kills each. Both Anderson and Spray had a team-high .421 attack percentage. Amanda Milnick, from Tahlequah, Oklahoma, had a match-high of 33 assists and nine digs. Madison Nagel earned 17 digs to lead all players in the first match.
The Golden Suns earned their twenty-fourth win this season as they move to 24-0, two shy of the longest win streak in Golden Suns history. The win over the Lady Rangers gives the Golden Suns their eighth straight set win in their nine-conference games. The Golden Suns combined for .327 hitting percentage in the match against the Lady Rangers. Lexie Johnston, from Nixa, Missouri, finished with 10 kills. Hunter Eshnaur, from Russellville, had nine kills in the match. Nagel had 21 digs to lead the defensive effort making this her sixth 20-dig match this season. Milnick had 41 assists in the win to tie for most assist in a three-set match.