DURANT — Courtney Miller turned in her best effort of the season to help Southeastern take Texas A&M-Commerce to a fifth set, however the Savage Storm was unable to close out the contest, falling 3-2 on Tuesday night in Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium.

DURANT — Courtney Miller turned in her best effort of the season to help Southeastern take Texas A&M-Commerce to a fifth set, however the Savage Storm was unable to close out the contest, falling 3-2 on Tuesday night in Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium.


The non-conference loss drops SOSU to 10-14 overall on the year heading back into a league matchup on Thursday in Ada, Okla., against East Central at 7 p.m.


Miller paced all offensive players on the floor with 21 kills, hitting .500 in the process with just three errors on 36 attacks. She also chipped in 11 digs to complete the double-double while adding four blocks, five assists and a service ace.


Megan Kunkel also added double-digit kills with 12, while Emily Gentle chipped in nine, Madelynne Cera added eight and Ariel Sanders finished with seven.


The teams posted matching tallies of 61 kills each, but SOSU hit .241 on the match while the Lions were at .230.