McPherson’s offense was nearly nonexistent Saturday in Wilson Field House. McPherson had a .051 hitting percentage with 21 errors in 99 total attacks.
Ottawa rolled to a 25-16, 25-14, 25-14 victory. Ottawa captured a share of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference championship. It was Ottawa’s first KCAC title since 2004.
The Lady Braves are 15-0 in the KCAC and need three wins this week to run the table during the regular season.
Ottawa was led in kills by Nicole Gingery with 11. Becca Colson finished with seven kills.
Senior Chrissie Jeannin compiled 27 assists and five digs. Senior Katie Jensen led Ottawa with 15 digs. Taylor Bridge had six kills, 10 digs and two block assists.
Ottawa (24-5) hit .258 with 39 kills in 97 attempts. OU had 46 digs, two solo blocks and 12 block assists. Ottawa is on pace for the best winning percentage and number of wins in program history.