With the Duckworth Challenge settled, the U of M Bisons and University of Winnipeg Wesmen still had conference obligations to fulfill over the weekend.
Bison women’s volleyball
Despite entering the week’s action up 1-0 thanks to a win by women’s soccer on Oct. 10, the U of M Bisons let the U of W Wesmen come back to win the challenge for the third straight year.
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The 28th edition of the Duckworth Challenge belongs to the University of Winnipeg Wesmen. Each year the Duckworth Challenge pits the U of M and U of W against each other in a best-of-five series.
With the Duckworth decided, the Bisons and Wesmen still had conference obligations to complete.
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The U of M Bisons women’s volleyball club was not very welcoming to the visiting University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat on the weekend, as the herd dominated a two-game series to pick up crucial wins as the stretch-run begins across the conference.