ADRIAN, Mich. -- Calvin maintained a share of first place in the MIAA standings with a 25-23, 25-19, 25-20 victory at Adrian on Tuesday night.

Ranked second nationally, Calvin is now 26-1 overall and 14-1 in the MIAA. The Knights remain tied for first place with Hope which also moved to 14-1 in league play on Tuesday, defeating Kalamazoo in consecutive sets.

Sophomore Maggie Kamp pounded home 14 kills to lead the Knight attack. Freshman Laura Danhoff had seven kills while senior setter Megan Rietema had six kills, 31 assists, six digs and six blocks. Junior Emily Crowe added six block assists.

No. 1 Hope 3, Kalamazoo 0

HOLLAND, Mich. -- Coach Becky Schmidt's Flying Dutch delivered 17 aces to spur a 25-13, 25-15, 25-11 win that put them one match from at least a share of their 12th MIAA championship. Hope can clinch a league title on Friday when it hosts Albion.

Hope (27-1 overall) passed the MIAA record for service aces that Adrian posted against Saint Mary's on Oct. 26, 2011 the school record for all sets of 14 that the Flying Dutch accomplished twice during the 2010 season.

Junior outside hitter Jenna Grasmeyer topped Hope with four service aces and 11 kills. She had a .333 kill percentage.

Sophomore libero Allie Mitchell also had four saves.

Two Hope players had three aces apiece — junior libero Elyse Maley and sophomore setter Lauren Hazekamp.

Freshman libero Alexis Thompson chipped in two aces, while senior middle hitter Mari Schoolmaster had one along with eight kills.

No. 3 Cal Lutheran 3, Chapman 2

ORANGE, Calif. –- Cal Lutheran began the final week of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) action it traveled to Chapman where the Regals not only defeated the Panthers, winning 25-13, 17-25, 24-26, 25-21, 15-5 with their backs against the wall to remain undefeated in league play, but also earned the outright SCIAC title on a kill from the new CLU career record holder Kylie McLogan.

With a number of contributors tonight, it was McLogan who stole the show as she recorded 21 kills with four aces, a block assist and 18 digs. On her final swing of the evening McLogan surpassed the former Cal Lutheran record mark of 1,221 kills (Allison Kerr 2007-10) to take over the top spot at 1,222.

Joining McLogan in double figure kills tonight was Allie Eason with 18. Rohach added seven and led the Regals with six block assists as CLU combined for 22. Eason, Caitlin Fransen and Hayley Tamagni had four block assists apiece tonight. Nicki Tetherow led the team with 21 digs. Eason also had a trio of service aces while Kennedy Peters contributed two.

Chapman (17-9, 10-4 SCIAC) was led by Val Geiger with 20 kills while Michelle Hammer had 12. Geiger added the only solo block of the night as CU finished with just 3.0 total blocks. Andi Frisina led the Panthers with 22 digs as one of four players in double figures and had a match-high six aces.

ORANGE, Calif. – It was a memorable night for the No. 3 Cal Lutheran Regals for a number of reasons. As they began the final week of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) action they traveled to Chapman where the Regals not only defeated the Panthers, winning 25-13, 17-25, 24-26, 25-21, 15-5 with their backs against the wall to remain undefeated in league play, but also earned the outright SCIAC title on a kill from the new CLU career record holder Kylie McLogan.

After a dominating first set the Panthers found a rhythm and gave the Regals a run for their money. A combination of timely time outs and a deep bench allowed CLU to ultimately bond together to do what they have been training to do, battle in the heat of the competition to churn out another victory.

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ORANGE, Calif. – It was a memorable night for the No. 3 Cal Lutheran Regals for a number of reasons. As they began the final week of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) action they traveled to Chapman where the Regals not only defeated the Panthers, winning 25-13, 17-25, 24-26, 25-21, 15-5 with their backs against the wall to remain undefeated in league play, but also earned the outright SCIAC title on a kill from the new CLU career record holder Kylie McLogan.

After a dominating first set the Panthers found a rhythm and gave the Regals a run for their money. A combination of timely time outs and a deep bench allowed CLU to ultimately bond together to do what they have been training to do, battle in the heat of the competition to churn out another victory.

- See more at: http://www.clusports.com/volleyball/news/10054/#sthash.jIrRxEnq.dpuf

ORANGE, Calif. – It was a memorable night for the No. 3 Cal Lutheran Regals for a number of reasons. As they began the final week of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) action they traveled to Chapman where the Regals not only defeated the Panthers, winning 25-13, 17-25, 24-26, 25-21, 15-5 with their backs against the wall to remain undefeated in league play, but also earned the outright SCIAC title on a kill from the new CLU career record holder Kylie McLogan.

After a dominating first set the Panthers found a rhythm and gave the Regals a run for their money. A combination of timely time outs and a deep bench allowed CLU to ultimately bond together to do what they have been training to do, battle in the heat of the competition to churn out another victory.

- See more at: http://www.clusports.com/volleyball/news/10054/#sthash.jIrRxEnq.dpuf

No. 7 St. Benedict (Minn.) 3, Macalester 1

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Saint Benedict (Minn.) posted a 3-1 win against Macalester in the regular-season finale.

With the win, the Blazers (24-2, 9-2 MIAC) close the regular season on a 10-match winning streak, and clinch at least a third place finish in the final conference standings.

The Blazers rebounded from a 25-20 loss in the first set to take the next three 25-15, 25-16 and 25-22 to hand the host Scots (13-14, 4-7 MIAC) their third consecutive loss.

Lexi Alm and Lexi Rinde each finished with 14 kills to lead the offense, with Rinde charting her 14th .300 attack night of the season, finishing at .308. Her career total now stands at 995, and she will have a chance to collect number 1,000 in front of her home crowd next week.

Alm, meanwhile, improved her total to 1,265 and moves into the top-five all-time, passing former teammate Chelsie Sobieck who ended her career in 2011 with 1,252.