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Laramie, Wyo. UW won by scores ofand to complete the weekend sweep of two matches against the Aztecs. Wyoming improved to on the season and in the Mountain West Conference with the victory.

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The Cowgirls home record this season now stands at It was a balanced offensive attack for Wyoming on Saturday with five different Cowgirls having at least five kills. UW was led by senior middle blocker Faith Waitsman and sophomore outside hitter Emersen Cyzawho each had nine kills. Sophomore outside hitter Hailey Zuroske added seven kills, followed by senior middle blocker Jackie McBridewith six, and junior outside hitter KC McMahonwith five.

Waitsman had an extremely efficient day, as her nine kills came on only 12 attempts and she had only one hitting error for a team high. But it wasn't the offense that impressed Wyoming head coach Chad Callihan. Callihan was more impressed with the little things that his team did on Saturday. I don't know that we were great offensively today, but I thought we did a lot of the other things better today -- a lot of the little details that we were missing yesterday.

I told the team I think that is one of the reasons we saw the score reflected a little differently today.

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The Cowgirls recorded 11 team blocks in Saturday's match compared to six blocks on Friday night. Leading UW in blocks was Waitsman, with five.

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McMahon added four, and McBride had three. The Cowgirls also did a better job of closing out games on Saturday, winning by: six points in the first set, 11 points in the second set and seven points in the third.

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That compared to wins on Friday night of six pointstwo points and three points In response to getting their second consecutive three-set sweep of the weekend, Callihan said, "Yes, limiting the wear and tear on our bodies, getting more rest is important when you're playing back-to-back matches like this. I didn't think we ever allowed ourselves to get on some of the big runs that we could, but we had a good effort today. It's nice to have a few fans in here. It would be nice to have our normal contingent, but it gives some added life to the game and I think the kids feed off that and enjoy that, as well.

Junior setter Abby Olsen was credited with 30 assists in the match. The first set saw Wyoming and San Diego State go back and forth early and the set was tied as late as UW would build five-point le at and later at SDSU was able to narrow the lead to three points atbut Wyoming would score four of the last five points of the set to win In the second set, the Cowgirls held a two-point lead at and then proceeded to score six straight points to extend their lead to The Aztecs cut the lead to six points atbut it would be the closest they would get as Wyoming scored the final five consecutive points of the set to win The third and final set saw the two teams tied as late as From that point forward, Wyoming held narrow le up until a three-point lead at But much like the way the second set ended, the Cowgirls would score the final four points of the set to win and secure the three-set sweep.

Wyoming will return to the court next weekend when they will travel to Fresno State to play the Bulldogs on Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13 at 7 and 8 p. The next home match for the Cowgirls will be on Saturday, March 20 in a single Single women San Diego wy versus Nevada. The Wyoming-Nevada match is scheduled to start at 1 p.

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