In a tight match, it was the play of Renee Biberstine that made the difference for the Foresters in their 31-29, 30-20, 30-28 win over Concordia University. Biberstine led the team in blocks (8), digs (14), and aces (4), and was second in kills (6). "Renee had a good match," said Coach Schroeder. "She is always intense on the court. Her intensity really paid off for us." Jessica Kendall added a team-high seven kills and Jami Fusselman had 27 assists in the match. The win is the Foresters' fourth in a row and moves them to 9-11 on the season.