Michigan State snapped a two-game skid with a 3-0 victory at Iowa on Saturday night (25-10, 25-23, 25-23). MSU is now 20-8 overall and 8-7 in Big Ten play; the Hawkeyes fall to 10-18, 1-15 in the B1G.
In the match, Spartan senior Lauren Wicinski led all scorers with 18 kills, giving her 2,304 in her career, moving her past MSU all-time leader Jenna Wrobel ; Wicinski’s total is third all-time in the Big Ten and 16th all-time in the NCAA record book . Wicinski hit .279 on the night, and added an ace, seven digs, and a block as she terminated six attempts in each set. Alexis Mathews had nine kills and hit .571, and also had a pair of blocks. Autumn Christenson and Taylor Galloway tied for the team lead in blocks for the second straight night, each with three; Galloway also had six kills, 11 digs, and two assists. Kori Moster had a game-high 16 digs.