ALAMOSA, Colo. - The ThunderWolves were forced into numerous errors thanks to an Adams State front line that exerted dominance over the Pack Tuesday night, leading to a three sets to none win for the Grizzlies, 25-22, 25-18 and 25-16.
The ThunderWolves committed 29 attack errors to just 16 by the Grizzlies, a stat that was caused in large part to Adams' State front line, which converted 15 blocks, the most by a ThunderWolf opponent this season. As a result, the ThunderWolves skied several attacks throughout the night to avoid the rising hands of Adams State's front line blockers.
Several ThunderWolves had great nights, including Lindsay Black (Sr., Littleton, Colo.), who recored seven kills and boasted a .286 attack percentage, and Melissa Jones (So., Longmont, Colo.), who recorded five kills without an error and logged an attack percentage of .556. Alea Wildman (Fr., Denver, Colo.), turned in a game-high 10 kills, but also committed nine errors.
The Pack's loss marks their second straight and drops the ThunderWolves' marks to 4-18 on the season, and 2-12 in RMAC play. The Pack will return to the court Saturday in Grand Junction when they take on Mesa State.