#1 BYU def. Weber State 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-16)
- BYU moves to 10-0; Weber State falls to 5-4
- Box Score
- BYU Recap / Weber State Recap
- Attendance: 1,137
Top-ranked BYU earned its 10th victory of the season with a sweep of Weber State on Saturday afternoon in Ogden, Utah. The Cougars were dominant in the match, outdoing the Wildcats in hitting percentage (.386 to .089).
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Weber State came out of the gate strong, jumping ahead of BYU, 4-1. The Cougars fought back to tie it up, 9-9, and used a 4-0 run to take the lead. BYU controlled the remainder of the way to notch a 25-18 win.
The Cougars continued to possess the momentum in the second set, going up 10-4 over the Wildcats. BYU never trailed and used a 6-0 rally to claim the 25-18 victory.
BYU scored 7-straight points to break through a stretch of 11 ties in the third set. The Cougars maintained their advantage and registered the sweep with a 25-16 win.
The top 4 offensive producers for the Cougars registered hitting percentages above .400, including McKenna Miller (14 kills, .455 attack percentage), Roni Jones-Perry (13 kills, .417 attack percentage), Kennedy Eschenberg (8 kills, .400 attack percentage) and Heather Gneiting (7 kills, .778 attack percentage). Lynd Haddock-Eppich posted 42 assists, while Mary Lake notched 10 digs.
Megan Gneiting, older sister of BYU freshman Heather Gneiting, led the Wildcats with 8 kills. Ashlyn Power distributed 26 assists, while Rylin Roberts and Andrea Hale each logged 4 digs.