EDMOND, Okla. — Southeastern wrapped up five-straight road contests against the MIAA with a 3-0 loss to in-state rival Central Oklahoma on Tuesday evening.

EDMOND, Okla. — Southeastern wrapped up five-straight road contests against the MIAA with a 3-0 loss to in-state rival Central Oklahoma on Tuesday evening.


The SOSU offense never really found its stride as the Storm (8-11) hit .152 as a team and was led by Ariel Sanders who had 11 kills and was the only player to reach double-digit kills.


For just the second time this season Emily Gentle finished in single digit kills with a season-low eight, while Julia Benford added six and Courtney Miller five.


Madelynne Cera dished out 24 assists and added three kills and eight digs in the effort.


Miller led the defense with 11 digs, while Cera had eight and the duo accounted for 19 of the team’s 32 total digs.