Friday, Apr 22
Men's Volleyball vs Saint Ambrose University - L 1-3
Thursday, Apr 21
(4) Men's Volleyball vs (2) Warner University - L 1-3
Saturday, Apr 9
Men's Volleyball at Grand View University - L 0-3
Friday, Apr 8
Men's Volleyball vs (7) Clarke University - W 3-1
Friday, Apr 1
Men's Volleyball at (8) Clarke University - L 1-3
Thursday, Mar 31
Men's Volleyball at (5) Grand View University - L 2-3
Friday, Mar 25
Men's Volleyball at (5) Saint Ambrose University - W 3-2
Saturday, Mar 19
Men's Volleyball at Dordt College - W 3-0
Friday, Mar 18
Men's Volleyball at Culver-Stockton College - W 3-2
Tuesday, Mar 15
Men's Volleyball at Missouri Valley College - W 3-0
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Men's Volleyball - Sat, Feb. 18, 2012
Hannibal-LaGrange University
Hannibal, MO - The men's volleyball team beat Hannibal-LaGrange University handily today, 3-0 (25-20, 25-19, 25-15), in MAMVIC action.

Graceland (8-5, 3-2 MAMVIC) entered today's contest following an upset loss to Clarke College seven days ago. The Jackets made sure there wasn't a repeat performance against Hannibal-LaGrange (1-14, 0-5 MAMVIC).

GU received an outstanding performance from Anthony Robinson who recorded 13 kills, courtesy of a .375 attack percentage. Robinson supplemented his offensive attack with seven digs on the defense side of the net.

Andres Quinones added seven kills and five digs while Kajetan Borecki racked up five kills. Recardo Ferrer and Kyle Kurlander helped the Jackets with fantastic ball control as the duo recorded 21 and 14 assists, respectively.

"We ran a little bit of a different line up that asked quite a few of our guys to play a different role on the team," said head coach Chad McDole. "We showed good composure and ability to adjust. We played great together and I think we have a good future with our new line up. It was a fun win and we are looking forward to our match this week at home vs rival Missouri Valley."

Graceland recorded 8.5 team blocks, limiting HLU to .166 percent attacking. The Jackets, meanwhile, hit an impressive .386 overall, including .542 in the final frame.