The Ramblers battle the Antelopes on Friday and Saturday; Both matches begin at 8:00 p.m. CST
The Ramblers look to sweep the series as they defeated the Cardinals, 3-1, earlier this season.
Seniors combine for 27 of 42 kills in the match
Domenic Dewaele Action Photos
+ MIVA All-Conference Second Team - 2010
2011: Competed in 17 sets, earning starting assignments in four...recorded 58 kills, including a season-high 17 against Lindenwood (1/22)...performed fourth best hitting percentage in school history of .895 against Lindenwood...managed 13 digs, six blocks and two service aces.
2010: Named to the MIVA All-Conference Second Team...named MIVA Offensive Player of the Week on April 5 after combining for 43 kills on a .411 hitting percentage in two matches against Grand Canyon (4/1, 4/2)...saw action in 65 sets over 23 matches, earning starting assignments in 20...finished third on the team with 260 kills and a .332 hitting percentage...recorded a career-high and team season-high 26 kills and a career-high six blocks against George Mason (3/26)...reached double-digit kills in nine straight matches, beginning on March 13 at then-No. 3 Cal State Northridge and concluding on April 17 at No. 15 Ball State...posted double-digit kills in 14 matches...recorded seven digs at Grand Canyon (4/2), good for a career high...posted 22 kills and hit .447 in the Ramblers' five-set win over then-No. 13 Ohio State (2/13).
2009: Saw action in 33 games...made his first career start in the first match of the season against Carthage (1/14), securing four kills, one service ace and one block...recorded a season-high 18 kills at Quincy (4/10)...tallied 16 kills and six block assists versus then-No. 12 Lewis (4/15)...posted seven kills and three block assists in a victory over IPFW (4/17)...contributed six kills and two service aces in MIVA Tournament semifinal match at top-seeded Ohio State (4/30).
High School: Two-time Hamilton Spectator Athlete of the Week...led Bishop Ryan to two city championships and one conference championship...was invited to the Ontario High Performance Center in 2007 and 2008...club team placed fifth at Division I Nationals in 2006 and won silver medal in 2007...played for the Mountain Athletics Club.