ABOVE: Kiralyah Jones, freshman outside hitter, sets up for a kill. The Builders hosted in conference foe Bethany on senior night. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)


Arthur Anderson III

Staff reporter

The Lady Builder’s volleyball team defeated Bethany on Oct. 26th. The ladies won all of the first three matches and had a dominate presence. Now the overall record is 19-11, and 5-5 in conference. So far the team is having a successful season so far.

Senior night was also occurring. The team only had one senior, Catabrean Baumann. Baumann is a senior majoring in elementary education. Last night was her very last game played at SC. She said, “It was amazing to be on the court at home for one last time and it was a great win.”

Catabrean Baumann, senior setter, serves to begin senior night in Stewart Fieldhouse. The Builders swept Bethany in three sets. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)
Kiralyah Jones, freshman outside hitter, and Kayln Beel, junior right-side hitter, set up a block against Bethany. The Builders had 4 blocks in the victory against the Swedes. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)
Emily White, junior setter, digs a ball out in the first set. The Builders swept in three sets, despite being out-attacked by the Swedes 138-131. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)
The Builders celebrate a kill in the first set. Southwestern had 45 kills to Bethany's 40. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)
Charity Hall, freshman outside hitter, digs a ball against Bethany in the early game. After winning their final home game of the 2018 season, the Builders finish the season 9-6 in Stewart Fieldhouse.
Lezlee Dixon, sophomore outside hitter, goes up for a kill in the early match against Bethany. The Builders hit 22.9-percent in the sweep of the Swedes. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)
Deardin Kelley, junior outside hitter, spikes a kill in the first set against the Swedes. The Builders had only 15 attack errors in three sets against Bethany. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)

Charity Hall is a freshman majoring in Biology. Hall said “She is a very good leader and roll model on and off the court. We are dependent on her for sure; we wouldn’t fall apart without her but she plays a huge role on the team. She contributes all she can to us.”

“It was an emotional day. It’s a bitter sweet to be almost done with my volleyball career but I’m having a great career ahead of me in the classroom. This program has been such a blessing,” said Baumann


Arthur Anderson III is a sophomore majoring in communication. You may contact him at Arthur.Anderson@sckans.edu.