ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Seawolves volleyball team ended its regular season Saturday in a home matchup with Western Oregon University, with the Great Northwest Athletic Conference’s No. 3 spot and a probable bid in the NCAA tournament at stake.
Both the Wolves and the Seawolves were playing high-level game as Robyn Burton punched through a block to score a point that still left UAA trailing 3-1. The Wolves pulled out the win in Game 1 although they needed extra points to do it, 27-25.
That win would be the visitors’ only victory, however, as UAA regrouped to win the next three games. It won’t be clear until Sunday whether the Seawolves have won their second straight NCAA trip.
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