NCAA.com | September 23, 2013 Roundup: No. 10 Michigan sneaks past No. 24 Ohio Share No. 4 Florida 3, Milwaukee 0 MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- Senior middle blocker Chloe Mann had a night for the history books, as she took Florida’s career hitting percentage record in Saturday’s 3-0 (25-10, 25-15, 25-10) sweep of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The reigning SEC player of the year and a 2012 AVCA first team All-American hit an errorless .583 against Milwaukee with seven kills on the night. Mann set the record with her first swing of the night, having to register at least 1,200 attempts for her career to be eligible for the all-time list. The old record was held for 13 years by Heather Wright (1997-2000), who hit .424 during her years in the Orange and Blue. Mann is currently hitting .465 for her career. No. 7 Hawaii 3, Wichita State 0 HONOLULU -- No. 7 Hawaii completed a perfect road trip on Saturday, winning its third match in three days with a 25-20, 25-20, 25-23 sweep of host Wichita State at the Shocker Volleyball Classic. The 'Bows won their ninth consecutive match to improve to 11-1 while the host Shockers fell to 11-2. Mita Uiato and Kalei Adolpho were named to the all-tournament team with Emily Hartong awarded the tournament's most valuable player. Hartong poured in a match-high 13 kills and Tai Manu-Olevao added 10 kills, five digs, and three blocks in a solid all-around performance. Ashlyn Driskill led the Shockers with 10 kills and Ashley Andrade posted a match-best five blocks. No. 10 Michigan 3, No. 24 Ohio 2 ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan had four players in double figures in kills, coming up with a 3-2 victory against the 24th-ranked Ohio Bobcats in the final match of the Michigan Invitational Saturday night inside Cliff Keen Arena. Set scores were 25-18, 22-25, 25-15, 23-25 and 15-11, resulting in U-M's 3-0 record at its home tournament. Senior Jennifer Cross, who was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player, led the U-M attack with 18 kills and a .457 hitting percentage. She also had seven blocks for the second consecutive night. Senior Lexi Erwin and junior Lexi Dannemiller joined Cross on the all-tournament team. Erwin recorded a double-double, collecting 13 kills and 17 digs, while Dannemiller had 58 assists, a season high. Senior Molly Toon had 15 kills and eight digs, while sophomore Krystalyn Goode had a career-high 13 kills on the night. Sophomore Tiffany Morales and senior Ally Sabol had 22 and 14 digs, respectively.