Winona State (20-3, 11-3 NSIC) picked up their fifth straight win and 20th of the season on Saturday, beating MSU-Moorhead 25-16, 27-25, 25-17. Danielle Rampart had ten kills to lead the Winona State offense.
The Dragons held a 9-5 advantage early in the first set but the Warriors would go on an 8-2 run to take a two-point lead. MSU-Moorhead pulled within one on a couple occasions but Winona State pulled away for a 25-16 win.
Much like the first set, the Dragons held a 9-5 lead and the Warriors again countered, tying the set at 12. It would remain close the rest of the set before WSU scored three straight points on kills from Rampart, McKenna Larsen and Lauren Kudronowicz to win the set.
The third set was close until the Warriors scored four straight points to go up 17-12. MSU-Moorhead never recovered and the Warriors won 25-17.