All the teams showed up this time for the SCC triangular, but unfortunately the results were not favorable for the Lady Storm as they go 0-2 in the second scheduled Triangular of the season. Last week, SCC played just one game which resulted in a loss to Labette. This week they got two matches, but dropped both.
The first set looked promising for the Lady Storm. SCC led 5-4, when a Stevie Tobin kill made it 6-4. An offensive error made it 7-4 SCC. The Ottawa mistakes continued before a timeout was called with the score 8-4. But Southeast was not done yet. Madison Kirkman delivered the kill and put SCC up 9-4. Two more points scored put Southeast up 11-4. SCC used that run to power their way to a 25-20 win, and their best set of the Triangular.
Southeast fell behind early in the second set 11-7 ,but was able to come back and tie it 13-13. But Ottawa relcaimed control and coasted to the 16-25 win. Ottawa would go on to dominate the final two sets and get the victory.
SCC had their hands full against Division 1 Marshaltown Community College. The Lady Storm were not able to keep up and got swept 3-0. Marshalltown had previously beat Ottawa to leave the Triangular with a 2-0 recored. Southeast struggled with their hitting, as Stevie Tobin and Maggie Parde were the team leaders with seven kills each.
Southeast's record falls to 1-12 on the season.