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IPFW volleyball sweeps Quincy

The sets both progressively tougher for the IPFW men’s volleyball team at home against Quincy, but the Mastodons still completed the sweep with a 25-13, 25-19, 27-15 win Friday.

IPFW (19-6) trailed in the third set 24-23 before pulling ahead for the sweep.

The No. 14 Mastodons improved to 8-5 in the Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association and 12-2 at theGatesCenter.

Andrew Sellan led IPFW with 14 kills, while Eddie Rivera added 13 kills and three aces. Ramon Burgus added nine kills. Omar Rivera added 38 assists.

The Mastodons finish the regular season at7 p.m.tonight against Lindenwood at home.

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