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Brenau briefs: Volleyball Tigers stay hot
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The Brenau Golden Tigers won their eighth straight game defeating LaGrange (25-16, 25-11, 25-15) on Monday.

Golden Tigers senior co-captain Audra VanArsdale led Brenau (8-0, 1-0 Southern States Athletic Conference) with 29 assists and eight digs, while senior Maida Smajic had 19 digs and 12 receptions, Karen Green had nine kills, 12 digs and seven receptions, and Meredith Hardin had 11 blocks.

Tigers soccer falls to SCAD

Brenau’s soccer team lost to Savannah College of Art and Design 3-1 at the Allen Creek Soccer Complex in Gainesville.

Innis Ette, Marilyn Anderson and All Conference goalie Lisa Lesnick led the Golden Tigers (2-2-1) defensively. Ette marked SCAD’s best forward shutting her out and Lesnick had five saves.

Brenau’s junior midfielder Lauren Hagin scored her first goal of the season with five minutes left in the first half on an assist from Leanne Rowley.

Doubles team takes tennis title

Lyn See Choo and Kate Mazackova defeated Kennesaw State’s Mackenzie Swindall and Agatha Palider 8-2 claiming the doubles title for Brenau in the Auburn University-Montgomery Invitational on Saturday.

The Golden Tigers’ Choo and Mazackova also advanced to the singles finals were Choo was defeated by No. 1 seeded University of South Alabama junior Katie Welch 6-4, 6-4, and Mazackova lost to AUM All American Tereza Veverkova.

Brenau’s Jolene Wong and Eline Nagels were defeated by AUM’s team of Natalie Sienkob and Whitney Byrd 8-1 in the consolation final.

Brenau next plays in the Central Alabama Invitational on Oct. 9-10 in Alexander City.

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