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DWU will now face MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) at 7 p.m. Friday, with the Tigers able to assure themselves a spot in the national quarterfinals on Saturday with a victory.
The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team said the goals are simple for their time in Sioux City, Iowa this week for the NAIA national volleyball final site tournament, where the final 24 teams will play their way down over the next week to a national champion on Dec. 6 at the Tyson Events Center.
As a South Dakota native, Hanna Reiff said she’s grateful that she has been a part of the Tigers’ turnaround as a program.
The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team will be the top seed in its three-team pool at the NAIA volleyball tournament final site, the NAIA announced on Sunday night.
DWU controlled matters for nearly the entire night and earned a three-set sweep over Kansas Wesleyan on Saturday night, assuring the Tigers one of the final 24 spots in the NAIA tournament starting on Nov. 30 in Sioux City, Iowa.
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On the court, Miller stands out as one of the Tigers’ most improved players for a second consecutive season. The 5-foot-11 hitter has mixed her ability to play power volleyball with court smarts.

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Dwight, of Langford, became the first Tiger volleyball player to be an all-GPAC first team selection three times.
For the second consecutive season, the Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team will be home to open NAIA national tournament play on Saturday, Nov. 19.
DWU went up 2-0 and took down the Raiders in five sets

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