The Texas A&M–Kingsville Javelinas (23-8, 12-6 LSC) set the single-season record for wins this weekend, after defeating both West Texas A&M University (15-13, 9-8 LSC) in four sets, and the University of Texas of Permian Basin (7-20, 3-14 LSC) in three.
There was a ton of history made following the victories, as the win over West Texas would mark the first time since 2004 the Hogs were able to sweep the season series versus the Lady Buffs.
This year’s Hoggie team will also be the winningest team in Javelina history, winning a record 12 games in the Lone Star Conference, and setting the single-season record for total wins with 23.
The previous record was set back in 1998 under the helm of Head Coach Donna Benotti.
In game one, the Javelinas dominated on both sides of the net throughout the match.
They recorded a hitting percentage of .211 with 64 kills and eight team blocks.
Krystal Faison continued her dominance with her 16th double-double of the season recording 16 kills and 16 digs.
Ashley Bukowski had herself 15 kills and one ace, whilst Lexi Wick chipped in 13 kills and five blocks of her own.
Casey Klobedans had a double-double with 51 assists and 12 digs.
The two sophomores Madison Brabham and Haley Hutchinson had themselves a good game as well, Brabham having 11 kills and two blocks and Hutchinson accumulating six kills and three blocks.
The following day, the Falcons were never able to stay with the Javelinas throughout the entirety of the game as they found themselves trailing and never took a lead.
Madison Brabham took the initiative and led her team with 13 kills and also did her part on the defensive side of the ball with three blocks.
Faison added nine kills and recorded three blocks, but also added three service aces to her game resume.
Wick chipped in nine kills but stood out defensively with six blocks and even added a service ace to go along with her offensive game play.
Casey Klobedans recorded her 15th double-double of the season by assisting her teammates 34 times and also getting 11 digs on the night.
She also added two kills, a service ace, and a block, essentially stuffing her stat sheet for the night.
The Javelinas will finish the regular season with two games at home in the S.P.E.C., hosting Midwestern State and Cameron on Friday, Nov. 11 and Saturday, Nov. 12., eyeing the conclusion of the season, with a quarter century mark in the win column.