Nanook Volleyball team extends winning streak with 5-setter over Seattle Pacific

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Nanook Volleyball team continued their hot streak last night with a thrilling victory over the Seattle Pacific Falcons.
The Nooks won this conference battle in five sets.
They fell in the first 25-19, and rebounded to win the next two sets 25-23 and 25-22.
Seattle Pacific was able to win one more set, taking the fourth 25-21.
The Nanooks were then finally able to put their opponents away with a 15-12 win in the fifth set.
Only three points separated the overall scoring in this contest, but the Nooks were able to outscore the Falcons 80-77 to secure the victory.
Lahra Veber accounted for the Majority of those points, leading the team in kills with 20 while Markie Miller also broke double-digits with 10.
Cate Whiting, as she has been every game this season, was the assist leader, finishing the day with 47.
Defensively, the Nanooks had four different players with double-digit digs.
Mica Shenglen led the team with 20, Makena Overbey earned 15, Tatum Upchurch finished the day with 13 and Cate Whiting earned 11.
Emily Moorhead led the team in blocks with five.
That was the third consecutive win for the Nanook Volleyball team, and it's the first time they've been able to win three in a row since 2015.
They are now 6-10 overall and 4-5 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play.
They only need one more victory to match their conference win total from last year.
They will have a chance to achieve that this weekend when they continue their trip to the Pacific North West.
On Saturday, the Nooks will be in Lacey Washington to face off with the Saint Martin's Saints.