1 Kentucky sweeps 11 Florida

Cats jump out to an early 6-2 lead with a 5-0 run and kills from Paris, Edmond and Lilley!

BIG BLUE BLOCK from Morgan and Stumler pushes the UK lead to five at 10-5 in the first set! Cats are flying all over the place. This is fun.

Stumler is the second Wildcat with three kills so far (Paris). Her shot to the back increases UK’s lead 14-7 in the first set.

A fourth kill from Paris and an ace from Edmonds for UK’s second of the match. Cats pulling away in the set ahead by 8. 19-11 in the first set.

First set belongs to Kentucky!!! 25-15 .Paris leads with four kills while Edmond and Stumler have three.

Leah’s feeling it. She’s up to 11 kills on 21 swings (.476) Cats push their lead to 17-12 in the second set.

UK is ahead 19-12 in the second set.Cats are on another 5-0 run with a block from Paris and Cooper and kills from Edmond and Cooper.

Cats win the second set 25-18. Kentucky up 2-0

Cats are swinging .342 as a team and have five total blocks.

Edmond: 11 kills (.385), five digs, two blocks
Stumler: 7 kills, 7 digs, 1 block
Paris: 4 kills (.571), 2 blocks
Morgan: 2 kills, 3 blocks
Lilley: 22 assists, 6 digs
Curry: 6 digs

Another strong start with a solid 5-0 run. Morgan picks up a kill and an ace while Edmond gets her 13th kill and Paris her fifth. Cats lead 6-3 in the third set.

Double-double for Leah now with 14 kills and 10 digs. It’s her second of the season. Cats lead 14-8 in the third set.

Kentucky sweeps Florida 3-0. Wildcats match their longest win streak of 14 for complete control of the SEC!

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