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Omaha Skutt grad Lindsay Krause, two other Husker commits help US sweep Turkey in U20 tourney
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Omaha Skutt grad Lindsay Krause, two other Husker commits help US sweep Turkey in U20 tourney

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Nebraska commit Lindsay Krause

Olympic Medalist April Ross surprised Batenhorst with the award during a zoom call.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Omaha Skutt graduate and Husker commit Lindsay Krause had three kills and a block as the U.S. swept Turkey to finish undefeated in its first round of pool play at the FIVB U20 World Championship.

Ally Batenhorst, a Nebraska commit from Texas, led the U.S. with 11 kills in the 25-18, 27-25, 25-22 victory.

Another Nebraska commit, libero Lexi Rodriguez, had two digs.

The U.S. moves on to Pool E for the second round, where they will face Russia, Brazil and the Netherlands starting Tuesday.


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