Indianapolis gets past Panthers in four sets

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.— Drury managed an opening set win, but Indianapolis battled back to win the next three sets and hand the Panthers a 3-1 loss on Saturday at the O’Reilly Family Event Center.
Drury fell to 11-7 and 4-5 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, while the Greyhounds moved to 10-8 and 6-3 in the GLVC.
The Panthers pulled away to win the opening set 25-22, but Indianapolis claimed the second 25-18, then overcame a late deficit to win the third 25-23. The Greyhounds closed out the match with a 25-16 win in the fourth.
Makina Wratten had 18 kills to lead Drury and the senior from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, added five block assists. Chloe Rear had 40 assists, 16 digs, and 10 kills, while Juliana Squire added 21 digs.
Elizabeth Eads put away 18 kills and had five block assists for Indianapolis, while Hannah Huppenbauer added a dozen kills.
Drury returns to action next weekend in the Midwest Regional Crossover tournament in Hammond, Indiana. Match-ups will be announced early next week in games between the GLVC, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, and the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. Drury will play two matches on Friday, Oct. 15, and two more on Saturday, Oct. 16. 

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