CANYON, Texas -- West Texas A&M dropped the opening set but rebounded for its 13th overall and second consecutive South Central Regional championship on Saturday night as they topped Angelo State in four sets (22-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-16). The Lady Buffs move to 34-3 overall this season while Angelo State ends its campaign at 25-7.

"Angelo demonstrated last night what we needed to do to win, this is such a good rivalry that it doesn't matter how many sets each team played last night that it was going to be a dog fight" WT head coach Jason Skoch said. "I thought we had some girls really rise to the occasion and take control of the match, the crowd was great tonight and they have been all season."

The Lady Buffs were led offensively by Iwuchukwu with 13 kills followed by Harton with 14 kills and a match leading 24 digs for the double-double, Kameryn Hayes dished out a team high 35 assists on the night while Lauren Britten tallied 15 digs while Hayes had 12 for her own double-double.

WT hit .224 as a team with 16 attack errors, 46 assists, 79 digs and 10.0 total blocks on the night while the Belles hit .086 with 35 attack errors, 47 assists, 76 digs and 5.0 blocks in the match.