KELOWNA, B.C. — Ashleigh Laube and Mikaela Cameron both set career-highs, but the Winnipeg Wesmen weren't able to come home with a weekend sweep after a setback Saturday.
Laube had a career-high 19 kills to go along with 17 digs and the Wesmen women's volleyball team dropped a 3-1 (25-22, 17-25, 25-12, 25-22) decision to the UBC-Okanagan Heat in a Canada West conference match.
Laube topped her previous career-high of 16 set in November against Brandon. She hit .283 on the night, making just four errors on a career-high 53 swings.
Cameron, starting in place of fifth-year setter Rylie Dickson, who had an academic commitment, set a career-high for digs with 19. Cameron also had three kills on three attempts and 31 assists.
The Wesmen hit .180 for the night, while UBCO attacked at a .244 rate for the match.
Amaya Perry led the way for the Heat with 18 kills. Hellen Lacava added 13.
The Wesmen, who handed the Heat just their second straight-sets loss of the season on Friday, fell to 7-9 on the season to sit in seventh place in the Canada West conference, two points clear of UBC and UBCO, who both have two matches in hand.
"Great weekend from us, a good showing," Wesmen interim head coach Phil Hudson said. "(UBCO) played way better today, way more in the system, we just didn't match it. We had a lot more unforced errors today and they deserved to win.