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NOTES TO CONSIDER
RANKED OPPONENTS: Wednesday night's matchup against No. 7 UW-Whitewater will mark the eighth contest against a nationally ranked opponent in the last season and a half. It will also be the fifth-straight match the Warhawks are ranked in the top-25, ranking between seven and 18th in the country.
MAYER NAMED NACC POW: Megan Mayer captured NACC Player of the Week honors on Monday after leading the Falcons to three victories last week. The outside hitter averaged 3.23 kills and 3.69 digs per set in those matches and became the fourth player in program history to surpass 1,000 career kills. Mayer posted double-doubles in CUW's five-set wins over Illinois Tech (18 kills, 18 digs) and Dominican (15 kills, 22 digs), while narrowly missing a third with nine kills and eight digs in a sweep over Rockford. She also had five aces and six block assists during the week.
MAKING THE MOST OF IT: Freshman Sierra Lee is taking advantage of her opportunity after playing in just four matches up through the end of September, she is consistently in the rotation. The setter has 59 assists and six service aces in the last five matches. In the Falcons last outing, she recorded her first career double-double (13 assists, 11 digs) in a five-setter at Dominican on Saturday.
SCOUTING UW-WHITEWATER: The Warhawks enter with 12-consecutive victories dating back to September 14 and during that span took five by a 3-0 score and a pair by a 3-2 win. Ashton Doll has made it difficult on opponents up the middle with 1.10 blocks per set average (17th nationally) and 85 total blocks (ranked 12th).
SERIES HISTORY: The Warhawks hold a 7-1 lead in the series dating back to 2007 and won the last meeting 3-0 on October 28 last season. The Falcons earned a 3-2 victory on October 28, 2017, when the Warhawks were ranked ninth nationally.