Courtesy: University of Great Falls Sports Information
Senior setter Bree Davis had a career high 5 aces, but the Lady Argos could not overcome a tough Carroll team in the Frontier Conference semifinals, falling 25-22, 21-25, 25-22, 25-23.
The Lady Argos got off to an early lead in both the first and second sets, but both times Carroll was able to catch up. Carroll took the first set 25-22, but UGF was able to pull through in the second.
Senior captain Madison Wilhelm posted 12 of her 26 total kills in the second set, which helped UGF win 25-21. She had her 15th double double of the season, adding 15 digs to her total kills. Her hitting percentage led the team with 0.449.
In the third set, the score was close until UGF nabbed 3 straight points to put them up 18-15. Carroll recovered, and fired off their own three points to tie the score. Neither team could gain an advantage until a UGF service error gave Carroll the 25-22 set.
The fourth set was a similar story, and a late 5-point run by UGF gave them a 20-18 lead. Carroll responded with 4 straight points, and both teams went back and forth until Carroll got a two-point edge to end the match, 25-23.
The loss ends the Lady Argos' season. Carroll will now play the winner of Montana Tech-Rocky in the final at 7 p.m.