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Dordt & Northwestern Eliminated At NAIA Nationals



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SIOUX CITY, IA --  Northwestern and Dordt saw their volleyball seasons come to a close at the NAIA National Tournament in Sioux City.

Northwestern fell to Midland 3-1, ending their season 36-4.   Kaitlin Floerchinger led the Red Raiders with 24 kills.

Dordt also fell by a 3-1 count to Wayland Baptist of Texas.  Brooke Wolterstorff led the Defenders with 22 kills.  Dordt finishes the season 25-9.


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