The Gophers women's volleyball team won its first two matches of the 2012 season Saturday in Harrisonburg, Va, at the James Madison Tournament. Minnesota defeated James Madison 3-1 in and Appalachian State 3-0.
Against the host Duke Dogs, the Gophers won the first set 25-19. After losing the second set 25-22, the Gophers bounced back to dominate the last two sets, 25-16 and 25-14.
In Minnesota's second match of the day, the Mountaineers proved no challenge, falling 25-10, 25-14, 25-19.
Senior right-side hitter Katherine Harms led the team with a combined 32 kills. Juniors Tori Dixon and Ashley Wittman followed with 25 and 19 kills, respectively. Setter Mia Tabberson had 47 assists, and backup setter Alexandra Palmer had 44 assists.
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