Southeastern will be aiming to get back in the win column when it hosts its final home non-conference match when Texas A&M-Commerce comes to Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium for a 7 p.m. contest on Oct. 29.
The Savage Storm come into the contest at 10-13 overall on the season, while the Lions enters the midweek matchup with a 16-6 record.
SE has lost two-straight hard-fought Great American Conference matches, one at home and the last on the road, but are 2-2 in their last four matches since returning from a five-game road swing against MIAA competition.
Emily Gentle paces the Southeastern offense with 3.72 kills per set, while Megan Kunkel and Ariel Sanders are each adding over two per set each.
The Storm as a team are posting 11.75 kills per set, but allowing opponents to turn in 12.25 per set.
Madelynne Cera triggers the offensive attack with 8.29 assists per set, but also pitches in with 1.44 kills per set and adds value on defense with 2.09 digs per set and a total of 23 blocks on the season.
Speaking of defense, Taylor Benner leads the back-row defense with 3.61 digs per set, while five others are averaging at least two digs per set.
Ariel Sanders has paced the net defense with 55 total blocks, while Gentle and Julia Benford have each added more than 40 on the year.
The Lions on the other hand have four players with two-or-more kills per set, led by Amy Devault who is turning in 3.55 kps.
Their offense is averaging 13.74 kills per set as a team thanks to the work of Jordan Neal who is dishing out 11.75 assists per set.
The squad has a pair of defenders averaging more than three digs per set with Devault leading the way at 3.52 and Michaela Spicer turning in 3.36.
Kaylka Bond leads their net defense with 74 total blocks, while three others have picked up 40 or more on the year.