Kansas blocked an astounding 18 balls on Wednesday night in a four set victory over #14 K-State, 26-28, 25-15, 28-26, 25-20 at the Horejsi Center in Lawrence. The Jayhawks were led at the net by a career-high 12 stuffs from Caroline Jarmoc, to go with 11 kills, and Manhattan High grad Catherine Carmichael posted an also career high eight blocks and nine kills. K-State (17-3, 4-3 Big 12) outkilled KU (18-3, 6-1 Big 12), and had four players in double figures led by Kathleen Ludwig’s season high 17 kills. Kaitlynn Pelger had 15 kills, Lilla Porubek put up 12, and Alex Muff chipped in with 10. Caitlyn Donahue had 53 assists, and Kuulei Kabalis tied a season high with 17 digs.
K-State will look to bounce back on Saturday afternoon against Texas Tech to complete the first half of the Big 12 conference season. First serve is at 3:00pm at Ahearn Fieldhouse, and coverage will be available at kstatesports.com.