Volleyball season has come to a close for the Adel-De Soto-Minburn volleyball team. They finished their season with and overall record of 23-11 and a perfect conference record of 7-0.

The game that ended the Tigers season was on Oct. 25, the loss was to DC-G during the Regional Semifinals match. The Tigers and the Fillies played four sets and the Fillies took home the win 3-1.

Sami Schepers had a kill efficiency of .226, according to www.quikstatsiowa.com, that led the Tigers. Schepers had 247 kills and 689 attack attempts on the season with 2.78 kills per set. Right behind her was Amy Gottschalk with 149 kills and 399 attack attempts for a kill efficiency of .218. Gottschalk also had an average of 1.67 kills per set.

Overall, the Tigers had 714 kills for the season and 2,243 attack attempts for 7.93 kills per set and a kill efficiency of .161.

Sydney and Delaney Bertman led the Tigers in assists. Sydney had 324 assists for 3.64 assists per set, while Delaney had 250 for 2.78 assists per set. At the end of the season the Tigers had 603 assists with an average of 6.70 per set.

Hook also had the most digs for the team. She had a total of 396 digs for 4.60 digs per set. The second Tiger with the most digs was Schepers with 203 and 2.28 digs per set. By the end of the season the Tigers had an average of 14.72 digs a set for a total of 1,325 digs.

Gottschalk led the Tigers in blocks by a large margin. She had a total of 60 blocks, 25 blocks assists and 35 solo blocks, with .67 blocks per set. The second leader for the Tigers was Brianna Heimann with 42 total blocks and .60 blocks per set.

The Tigers had an average of 2.04 blocks per set, 112 assisted blocks, 72 solo blocks for a grand total of 184 blocks.

Delaney Bertman led the Tigers with her serve efficiency of .915. She had 236 serves go over the net and 21 were aces. The second highest serve efficiency for the Tigers was .906 by Ellie Mueller. Mueller had 252 of her 278 serves go over the net, while 31 of them were aces.

The Tigers had 1575 successful serves during the season, allowing them to end the season with a serve efficiency of .881.

Jordan Hook was the leader of aces for the Tigers. Hook had 47 total aces by the end of the season, for an average of .55 aces per set. The second leader in aces for the Tigers was Meuller, she had and average of .44 aces per set. Overall, the Tigers had 186 aces for 2.07 aces per set. 

The Tigers had a successful season, individually and as a team, they were able to finish as Raccoon River Conference Champions and move on to play in the Regional Tournament.