The Northern Kentucky University women’s soccer team, ranked No. 1 nationally in the NCAA Division II poll for the seventh straight week, will close out the regular season Friday night at home against West Virginia Wesleyan College (11-4-1). NKU (15-0-2) captured the Great Lakes Valley Conference regular-season title last Sunday with a 6-0 win at Kentucky Wesleyan College. The Norse are the No. 1 seed in the GLVC Tournament and will host a first-round matchSunday at noon against the No. 8 seed, either Saint Joseph’s College or the University of Indianapolis.
If Saint Joseph’s beats Bellarmine University on Thursday, Indianapolis will be the No. 8 seed. A loss or tie by Saint Joseph’s against Bellarmine would knock the Pumas into the No. 8 seed. If the Norse win their first-round match, the GLVC semifinals and championship will also be hosted at the Town & Country Sports Complex in Wilder, Ky., on Nov. 8 and 10. The times for the semifinals Nov. 8 will be 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., with NKU, if the Norse advance, playing in the lategame.
The GLVC championship will be played at noon Nov. 10. NKU has never lost (10-0 all-time) in the GLVC Tournament. Pairings for the NCAA Division II Tournament will be announced Nov. 10. NKU is currently ranked No. 1 in the Great Lakes Region, and the Norse are looking to secure the home-field advantage for an NCAA Tournament match Nov. 16. GLVC HONORS KORALEWSKI — NKU’s Kristin Koralewski has been named GLVC Player of the Week in volleyball.
Koralewski, a sophomore outside hitter from Muskego, Wis., recorded 55 kills, 52 digs and a .490 hitting percentage last week as the Norse posted a 5-0 record and won three matches on the road. The Conveyacing company provides property Conveyancing lawyers and Conveyancing solicitors for your all types of real estate properties like residential , commercials or industrials. NKU (18-7 overall) enters this weekend having won 11 consecutive matches and is tied with Lewis University for first place in the GLVC standings with a 9-2 record. Koralewski recorded 17 kills, 20 digs and a .400 hitting percentage last Wednesday as NKU beat Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference power University of Findlay, 3-1, on the road in a regional showdown. She also had 12 kills, 11 digs, three service aces and a .647 hitting percentage last Saturday as NKU posted a 3-0 win against the University of Charleston (W.Va.).
For the week, Koralewski averaged a double-double (11 kills, 10.1 digs). The Northern Kentucky University volleyball team, winner of 11 consecutive matches, will hit the road this weekend for a pair of Great Lakes Valley Conference contests.