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Volleyball - Mon, Oct. 1, 2012

Rebekah Moore stepped up in her defensive role this past week for Georgetown College volleyball as the No. 16 Tigers (16-2, 7-0) extended their win streak to 15.

"She and our other senior Lindsey (Wise) have been the backbone of this team," said GC coach Nick Griffin. "Bekah was huge during this past week when we had two of our top players go down with injury."

Setter Lindsey Martindale and defensive specialist Kristen Schellhaas were out with concussions, which caused a shift in the Tigers offensive scheme. The alternation also made Griffin make a change in his substitution rotation and one of the best blockers Emily Weber had to sit out as well.

Moore was served 70 times, with just one passing error, for a .986 passing percentage.

"Pretty good for the week," Griffin said with a grin. "The offense starts with solid passing from our defense. We didn't miss a beat in our hitting."

The team hit .324 for the week.

The Florence, KY native recorded double-digit digs in three of the four matches this past week, including 20 in a 3-0 win over University of Rio Grande. She added 19 in a 3-1 win over RV Lindsey Wilson College and 18 in a sweep of Shawnee State University.

Moore contributed five service aces and four assists in Georgetown's four wins.

This season, Moore ranks fourth in the MSC with 297 digs and eighth in the conference with 23 service aces. Her 4.7 digs per set is 50th in the NAIA.

 
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