Outside attacker Kendall Wienkes had a team-high 12 kills as the IPFW women's volleyball team swept Eastern Michigan 25-17, 25-20, 25-21 on Friday in Chicago at the UIC Invitational.
Wienkes was one of three IPFW (4-1) players with at least 10 kills in the victory. Outside attacker Hailie Ripley had 11 kills and a match-high .588 attack percentage, while outside attacker Emily Spencer added 11 kills.
IPFW out-hit Eastern Michigan .252 to .087. The Eagles were held to less than a .075 attack percentage in two of the three games, including a zero attack percentage in the final game.
Libero Tessa McGill led all players with 24 digs -- the fourth time in IPFW's first five matches of the season that she finished with more than 20 digs.
Eastern Michigan outside attacker Rachel Iaquaniello in the loss had a match-high 17 kills.
With this victory, the Mastodons have won three consecutive matches against Mid-American Conference teams. IPFW swept Kent State on Saturday at its home tournament and defeated Ball State in four games on Tuesday at the Gates Center.
IPFW will conclude the UIC Invitational on Saturday with matches against the University of Illinois-Chicago at 1 p.m. and UT Arlington at 6 p.m.