The Wildcats didn’t have to travel far for their spring tournament, driving to Blue Valley West high school in Stilwell, Kan. In the tournament, K-State found success against other high major programs. The Wildcats finished with a record of 3-0-1.
“We have spent a majority of the spring developing our offensive rhythm in an effort to play more uptempo,” K-State head coach Suzie Fritz said to K-State Sports. “We are doing some nice things from that perspective, but are still striving for greater consistency, particularly in first contact.”
The format of the tournament was two matches to 25 points, and in all, the Wildcats only lost one set, which resulted in a tie with Kansas City. Other opponents included Illinois, Wichita State and St. Louis.
The Wildcats will be in action only one more time this spring as they will head to Kansas City for a tournament on April 26.