LINCOLN, Neb. -- The Weber State University women's volleyball team struggled in nearly every facet of play against a strong effort from the Creighton Bluejays on Friday afternoon.
Held to a season-low 19 kills and a negative attack percentage for the first time this season, the Wildcats fell to the Bluejays 25-12, 25-13, 25-18 in their second match at the Ameritas Players Challenge at NU Coliseum.
Outside hitters Bethany Wray and Briana Wilms each had seven kills to lead the Wildcats. Wray, who added seven digs and four blocks, saw her streak of double-figures kills matches end at nine.
Setter Caitlin Penrod and libero Mikelle Kap each had eight digs to lead WSU, which committed an uncharacteristic 11 receiving errors.
The Wildcats will play their final match of the Ameritas Players Challenge vs. tournament host and No. 11-ranked Nebraska.
* AIR FORCE SCORES LATE TO DEFEAT 'CATS: At Colorado Springs, Colo., host Air Force scored in the 70th minute to defeat Weber State in women's non-conference soccer action. WSU outshot the Falcons 14-8 on the night.
The Falcons' Megan Dozier scored in the 71st minute from five yards out after a deflection, notching the only goal of the m.
Sophomore forward Felicia Sortor came off the bench with a team-high three shots, while senior midfielder Collette Simmons and sophomore forward Sarah Mager each recorded two.
Weber State (1-4-0) remains on the road through Sunday, playing at Wyoming at 1 p.m.