Jessee crushes 22 consecutive kills without making an error
Anchorage’s Ashton Jessee was unstoppable over the weekend.
The University of Hawaii Hilo volleyball player delivered a sizzling .571 attack percentage in four matches and at one point had 22 consecutive kills without making an error.
The senior middle also racked up 19 total blocks, surpassing the 300-benchmark for her career.
Hilo swept Hawaii Pacific and Chaminade in back-to-back doubleheaders as the Vulcans improved to 11-1 with nine straight victories.
Jessee, of South High fame, was at her best on the first of two days.
In a three-game sweep of Hawaii Pacific, she had eight kills and zero errors for a .571 attack percentage.
Then in a four-set win against Chaminade, she posted a double-double with 14 kills and a career-high 10 digs.
She finished with a .636 attack percentage and did not commit a hitting error on 22 attempts.
Her previous career high for kills without an error was nine set in 2019 against Sonoma State. Six times in her career she has had at least five kills without an error.
The next day, Jessee proved to be human with 13 kills and five errors on 41 attempts in two matches against the same teams.
The Alaskan needs just 20 more kills to reach 500 for her career.