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State colleges: No. 6 Stanford sweeps Utah in volleyball

Published November 10, 2013 8:55 pm
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The No. 6-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team swept Utah 25-17, 25-15, 25-17 on Sunday in a Pac-12 match at the Huntsman Center.

Morgan Odale and Shelby Dalton had eight kills each for Utah (17-9, 6-8). Setter Kendall Cygan had 15 assists for the Utes, and Kalee Kirby had 13 assists and 11 digs.

Inky Ajanaku and Jordan Burgess had nine kills each for Stanford (18-5, 11-3), while Carly Wopat tallied eight kills and six blocks.

"We did some good things," Utah coach Beth Launiere said. "Stanford is a good team. We just had our hands full with their speed. They played differently than most teams that we faced and that made it difficult."

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