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Originally published Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 9:56 PM

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No. 3 Husky volleyball easily tops Coppin State

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The third-ranked Husky volleyball team used a wide array of contributors Thursday to overwhelm Coppin State in straight sets in front of 1,310 fans at Alaska Airlines Arena.

Washington (7-0) cruised to a 25-4, 25-11, 25-18 win, using 12 different players. The four points allowed in the first set is a school record since rally scoring began in 2001.

“We came out and we were really on task, and then all of a sudden we weren’t on task, we miss serves and miss a couple sets,” said coach Jim McLaughlin, “so we’ve got to take more ownership of what we do. We’re going to have to play a complete game at some point.”

The Huskies hit .388 for the match and opened things with a 20-1 run on senior Jenna Orlandini’s serving. Junior Kaleigh Nelson had 10 kills and senior Kylin Muñoz had nine on a .471 attacking clip.

Other volleyball

• Washington State swept Idaho in the first match of the Cougar Invitational in Pullman to improve to 11-0.

Women’s soccer

No. 4 Western Washington defeated Northwest Nazarene in Nampa, Idaho, in both schools’ Great Northwest Athletic Conference opener.

• Seattle Pacific defeated Western Oregon, 1-0, at Interbay Stadium in each team’s GNAC opener.

Golf

• PGA professional Corey Prugh of Spokane and his amateur, Reid Hatley of Hayden Lake, Idaho, won the PNW Pro-Amateur Championship at Salish Cliffs Golf Club in Shelton after posting a 62-64-126, 18-under par.

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