MILWAUKEE -- Host Alverno College couldn't get the offensive attack going and lost a Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference match to Concordia University Wisconsin, 3-0, Friday night in Reiman Gymnasium.
The Inferno (9-15, 0-8 NACC) had 20 attack errors on the night, matching its 20 kills, on 86 attempts. The hosts' .000 attack percentage was their second-lowest of the season, better only than their -.082 mark back on September 3 versus Illinois Institute of Technology.
Meanwhile the Falcons (19-5, 8-1 NACC) had their third-best attack percentage of the season, .371, with 44 kills and 11 errors on 89 attempts. Concordia Wisconsin won by scores of 25-10, 25-12 and 25-14 to clinch a spot in the NACC tournament.
Danielle Schilawski had 11 digs and tied with Concordia Wisconsin's Erin Howard for match-high honors. Schilawski has recorded double-digit digs in the last four matches, and seven of the past eight contests.
Alverno heads crosstown to face host Wisconsin Lutheran College Saturday at 12 p.m.