The Central Christian College of Kansas volleyball team took to the court one last time this season, sending off their two seniors in a game against John Brown University. The Tigers played some of their best volleyball of the season, pushing the fourth place SAC team to three tight sets.
The Tigers would come out and go point for point against the Golden Eagles in every set, but eventually ran out of gas. In the first set, the Tigers would match JBU until the 14-14 mark, when JBU would put the set away with an 11-1 run. JBU would come out in the second set with all the momentum, jumping to a quick 9-1 lead. But the Tigers would climb back into it, eventually getting it down to a one-point lead at 14-13. Once again, the Eagles would regain control, and take the second set 25-19. In the third set, it was the Tigers who jumped out to a 5-2 lead. The two teams would go back and forth until the 19-18 point, when the Eagles would close out the match on a 6-1 run.
For the match, the Tigers had 24 kills against 23 errors on 102 total attacks for a 0.01 hitting percentage. JBU tallied 35 kills versus 18 errors on 94 total attacks, good for a 0.181 hitting percentage. Individually, the Tigers were led by senior Rebekah Glessner with 8 kills, senior Desiree Padilla with 15 digs, and freshman McKenzee Cook with 16 assists. With that result, the Tigers finished the season at 2-22 (0-20 SAC).