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The evening action began with a close set as volleys went back and forth and neither team led by more than three points until the Racers scored the last point of the game for the 25-22 victory. The Golden Eagles held a 21-19 advantage before UNOH knotted the score at 22 en route to the win.
The CU women started strong in game two as they jumped out to a 12-6 lead. The Racers, however, stayed in pursuit of victory despite the deficit; after tying the score at 18 all, they went on to win 26-24.
In the third and final set of the evening, the visitors scored first and never trailed as they cruised to a 25-16 victory.
Cornerstone senior Alicia TerHaar led the CU attack with 11 kills, seven digs, and had a hand in five blocks. Tamara Bethke dished out 25 assists and collected eight digs while Larissa Deshetsky added 12 digs of her own.
The Golden Eagles (9-16, 3-6) have the weekend off before hitting the road next week. They will return home on the 19th to take on conference leader Indiana Tech. The Warriors are currently 8-0 in league action and received a No. 13 national ranking in the October 5th poll.