College Volleyball: Ridgewater knocks off Anoka-Ramsey, 3-1

Warriors earn their second MCAC win in October by beating the Golden Rams 18-25, 25-13, 25-9, 25-22

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COON RAPIDS — After a one-win September, the Ridgewater Warriors picked up their second victory in the month of October with a 3-1 victory over Anoka-Ramsey Community College on Saturday.

Ridgewater won 18-25, 25-13, 25-9 and 25-22 to improve to 4-13 this season.

“The team came out after a first-set loss and directed the game to our tempo and it proved very successful,” said Warriors head coach Amanda Bohlsen. “We are proud of the fight we continue to see each set and for every point.”

The Warriors earned a combined 19 serve aces from five players. Yansi Flores, a freshman middle hitter and graduate from Yellow Medicine East, recorded 10 of the serve aces.

Flores put in an all-around performance. She added 14 set assists, 13 digs, six kills and one block ace.


Adelia Pierson, a sophomore outside hitter from Braham, led the Warriors with 12 kills.

Tayler Schmidt, a sophomore libero from Paynesville, recorded a team-high 20 digs.

Ridgewater plays Minnesota State Community and Technical College at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday in Fergus Falls.

Ridgewater 3, Anoka-Ramsey 1

Ridgewater (4-13)             18   25   25   25
Anoka-Ramsey                 25   13     9   22
Serving (aces): Yansi Flores 10, Adelia Pierson 5, Morgan Hoffman 2, Tayler Schmidt 1, Harley Kunstleben 1 … Set assists: Olivia Naatjes 18, Flores 14, Kunstleben 1 … Hitting (kills): Pierson 12, Julia Schweiss 7, Lizzie Koenen 6, Flores 6, Kunstleben 4, Naatjes 3, Gabby Randt 3, Hoffman 1 … Blocking (aces): Flores 1, Kunstleben 1, Randt 1 … Digs (5 or more): Schmidt 20, Koenen 13, Flores 13, Randt 9, Pierson 7, Hoffmann 6, Kunstleben 6, Cailin Yoose 5, Naatjes 5 
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Michael Lyne joined the West Central Tribune as a sports reporter in May 2022, following his graduation from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where he graduated with a bachelors degree in journalism and a minor degree in Spanish studies.

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