An added bonus is that Union is also competing in the NCCAA this fall, where Shorter (9-1, 3-1 GSC) is still ranked No. 1.
Anna Graham and Loren Olive were tops in hitting percentage, Graham at .385 with Olive at .364 on a night where the Lady Hawks hit .300 as a team. In the final set, the Lady Hawks hit a match high .438 to seal the victory.
Jasmine Crook accumulated 13 kills to go along with five digs and an ace. Olive had four of the team’s seven service aces on the match, and she is now three away from tying the career mark for aces.
Jordan Corder tallied 30 assists on the night, with Dena Pierce getting the other five.
Tanequa Whitman had 13 digs.
Today, the Lady Hawks visit North Alabama (2-8, 1-2 GSC) for a 7 p.m. match. The Shorter squad then completes the road trip on Saturday, facing Christian Brothers (8-3, 3-0 GSC).
Shorter’s next home match is Oct. 2, when the Lady Hawks host Bryan College.