Washington is on the board first with an attack error by Elise Goetzinger, but Kentucky answers with back to back points with a kill from Avery Skinner and a kill from Madu Skinner. Washington ties it up and they go back and forth until Kentucky goes on a 4-0 run. The Cats go on another 4-0 run before they take the first set over Washington, 25-18.
Kentucky gets on the board first with back to back errors by Washington, Lauren Sanders gets the Huskies on the board with a kill, Kentucky is quick to answer with a kill of their own, by Avery Skinner. Back and forth and the Cats have gone on a 3-0 run here in the second set. Washington goes on a 3-0 run after a timeout, Kentucky with back to back points. Washington on a 4-0 run, the Huskies will take the second over Kentucky, 25-23.
Kentucky gets on the board first with a kill by Madi Skinner, Washington answers with a kill as well. Kentucky with back to back kills with one by Madi Skinner and Azhani Tealer. We are tied at 4-4 and Washington takes the lead with a kill and an ace, but Kentucky answers, Washington answers and Washington is maintaining their lead and have gone on a 3-0 run, but Kentucky answers but they trail here in third 16-11. But Kentucky makes a comeback after tying things up at 22-22 and then takes the third set, 25-23.
Washington on the board first, Kentucky will answer to tie things up, we are tied again at 2-2 and Washington goes on a 3-0 lead but Kentucky scores back to back points before Washington answers , Kentucky on a 3-0 run but Washington scores to end their short run. Back and forth but Kentucky leads 13-9 as they go on a 4-0 run. Kentucky makes it a 17-10 lead and then goes on to win the fourth set, 25-17.
Final Kentucky 3, Washington 1
Kentucky advances to their first National Championship game in program history and will face the winner of Wisconsin and Texas