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BU blows by Winnipeg

The Brandon University Bobcats showed some resiliency early in their men’s volleyball match on Thursday night at the Healthy Living Centre, and it paid huge dividends.

Brandon (9-2) overcame a 12-7 deficit in the first set and battled through a tight second set, sweeping the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-0 (25-22, 29-27, 25-19). BU left side Sam Tuivai, the Canada West leader in kills, capped the Bobcat charge with 14 kills and three aces. Both Bobcat middles — Dan Boutwell and Brendan White — were involved in five blocks, with Boutwell adding five kills and White providing four. Roy Ching had six kills and was involved in four blocks.

Tom Douglas-Powell had 13 kills for Winnipeg (4-6), with Casey Schouten adding 11.

The two teams close out the first half of their Canada West schedule in Winnipeg on Saturday.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition November 30, 2012

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The Brandon University Bobcats showed some resiliency early in their men’s volleyball match on Thursday night at the Healthy Living Centre, and it paid huge dividends.

Brandon (9-2) overcame a 12-7 deficit in the first set and battled through a tight second set, sweeping the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-0 (25-22, 29-27, 25-19). BU left side Sam Tuivai, the Canada West leader in kills, capped the Bobcat charge with 14 kills and three aces. Both Bobcat middles — Dan Boutwell and Brendan White — were involved in five blocks, with Boutwell adding five kills and White providing four. Roy Ching had six kills and was involved in four blocks.

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The Brandon University Bobcats showed some resiliency early in their men’s volleyball match on Thursday night at the Healthy Living Centre, and it paid huge dividends.

Brandon (9-2) overcame a 12-7 deficit in the first set and battled through a tight second set, sweeping the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-0 (25-22, 29-27, 25-19). BU left side Sam Tuivai, the Canada West leader in kills, capped the Bobcat charge with 14 kills and three aces. Both Bobcat middles — Dan Boutwell and Brendan White — were involved in five blocks, with Boutwell adding five kills and White providing four. Roy Ching had six kills and was involved in four blocks.

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