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POCATELLO, Idaho - Mizzou Volleyball concluded its run at the 2016 Idaho State Invitational with a split on Saturday afternoon.?Redshirt junior Melanie Crow (Wildwood, Mo.) and senior Carly Kan (Honolulu) were awarded All-Tournament Team honors for their outstanding weekends on the court. Crow led the Tigers in kills (4Cool and points (58.0), while Kan paced the team in aces (5) and finished second in digs per set (2.1Cool and points (32.0).Saturdays honors marks Crows third consecutive All-Tournament Team recognition to begin the season and Kans second All-Tournament Team nod.Junior Sydney Deeken (California, Mo.) and senior Emily Thater (Springfield, Mo.) also shined on offense this weekend for Mizzou. Deekens 27 kills were second-most on the team, while producing a solid .311 hitting percentage. Thater contributed 19 kills on .308 hitting with eight total blocks.Senior Alexa Ethridge (Lees Summit, Mo.) was a mainstay at libero, recording a team-high 36 digs over the Tigers three matches.MIZZOU VS. #10 BYUThe Tigers got off to a hot start in the opening set, leading to a late 22-17 advantage over the Cougars. Following a timeout, BYU responded with a 5-0 run and ultimately claimed a 26-24 opening set triumph. Mizzou played well despite the late struggles, as five individuals claimed at least one kill. Crow paced the offense with four kills on .400 hitting in the opening set.Mizzou and BYU switched roles in the second set, as the home Cougars claimed a late 24-18 advantage. The Tigers staged an outstanding 6-0 run to even the score at 24 apiece. BYU used consecutive kills to take the second set however and tallied its second straight 26-24 set victory. Kan played a pivotal role in the Tigers initial comeback, producing a team-high five kills in the set.The third and final set was all BYU, as it completed its afternoon sweep against Mizzou. The Cougars took advantage of solid serving and hitting, en route to a 25-17 set triumph. Crow and Kan tied for the team-lead with nine overall kills apiece. Senior Emily Thater (Springfield, Mo.) and junior Sydney Deeken (California, Mo.) also performed well offensively for the Tigers despite the match loss. Thater tallied seven kills on .455 hitting, while Deeken produced eight kills on .316 hitting.Sophomore Alyssa Munlyn (Suwanee, Ga.) led Mizzou with seven total blocks, keying the teams 11.0 overall total stops. The solid defensive effort marked the Tigers fourth double-digit block match on the young season.MIZZOU VS. BOISE STATEMizzous offense was on a mission in the first set, recording 16 kills on .433 hitting. Six different Tigers tallied multiple kills, led by Crows five kills on .444 hitting. The Tigers scored points in a variety of ways, including three service aces and three total blocks.The second set was even better for Mizzou, as it claimed a 25-17 victory. Effective blocking was key yet again for the Tigers, as they added six more total blocks to their total. Through the first two sets, four individual Tigers accumulated two-plus total blocks. The strong Mizzou defense led Boise State to eight attack errors and a .000 hitting percentage. Offensively, Thater shined in the second set with three kills and zero errors.Boise States offense finally appeared in the third set, keying its 25-18 triumph over Mizzou. The Broncos posted 15 kills on .353 hitting, as the Tigers struggled to find an answer on defense. For Mizzou, Crow surpassed 10-plus kills in a match for the seventh time in nine total matches.Mizzou finished its weekend strong in the fourth set against Boise State, recording a 25-23 match-clinching set win. Crow was excellent on offense for the Tigers, claiming seven of her 22 total kills in the match-clinching set. The Tiger newcomer now has 20-plus kills in two matches this season.For the sixth consecutive match, junior Courtney Eckenrode (The Woodlands, Texas) paced Mizzou in assists. Eckenrodes 31 assists keyed the Mizzou offense and it also marked her fourth 30-plus assist match of the year.UP NEXTMizzou travels east to Newark, Del., from Sept. 16-17 for its non-conference tournament finale. The Tigers will join Duquesne, Miami (Fla.) and Delaware at the two-day 2016 Delaware Invitational.The Hearnes Center will host Mizzous 2016 Southeastern Conference opener on Wednesday, Sept. 21. First serve between the Tigers and South Carolina is set for 8 p.m. (CT) and the match will broadcast live on ESPNU. Womens Cardinals Jerseys . -- For the first time in two months, an opponent was standing up to Alabama. Cyber Monday Cardinals Jerseys .com) - The Calgary Flames aim to bounce back from their first regulation home loss of the campaign on Friday night when they host a Detroit Red Wings club that they swept in three meetings a season ago. http://www.cheapcardinalsjerseys.net/ . Miikka Kiprusoff had just announced his retirement after a decade-long run in Calgary and it would be up to Berra and Ramo to fill the void. Cheap Cardinals Store . By having more great seasons. Manning was the only unanimous choice for the 2013 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team Friday. Authentic Cardinals Jerseys .S. -- Nikolaj Ehlers registered a hat trick for the third straight game and Jonathan Drouin had a goal and five assists as the Halifax Mooseheads hammered the host Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 10-1 on Tuesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. To coincide with the 28-hour ESPN Fantasy Football Marathon presented by Draft Kings, NFL Nation reporters are taking a position-by-position look at the teams they cover. Below are projections for each starting running backs stats for 2016.On Monday: NFL Nation covered over/under on starting-quarterback performances?in 2016, based on their ESPN fantasy projections. Here are the fantasy projections for running backs. Click the links after each team to view the full posts.Arizona Cardinals: David and Chris Johnson will give the Cardinals a strong one-two punch, but it might be a stretch for David Johnson to reach his lofty projections. Read more.Atlanta Falcons: There are early indications that Devonta Freeman is the Falcons preferred rushing option near the goal line, which hikes up his fantasy value. Read more.Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens could end up with a running back by committee, which could directly impact Justin Forsett, who has surpassed 700 yards only once in his career. Read more.Buffalo Bills: LeSean McCoy has looked explosive during training camp, but once Karlos Williams returns from his four-game suspension, he will likely steal some fantasy points from McCoy. Read more.Carolina Panthers: The Panthers continuity on the offensive line, and teams keying on Cam Newton as a runner as well as a passer, could open the door for Jonathan Stewart to have an even bigger season. Read more.Chicago Bears: Jeremy Langford showcased elite breakaway speed last season but also suffered from a case of the drops in the passing game. The Bears beefed up the backfield this offseason, but Langford is still expected to be the guy to replace Matt Forte. Read more.Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals might be forced to rely on their running game more this season, which would produce more opportunities for Jeremy Hill. All fantasy owners need from Hill is week-to-week consistency. Read more.Cleveland Browns: With Isaiah Crowell likely to split duties with Duke Johnson, the Browns running backs dont offer much fantasy security, especially behind an offensive line with major questions. Read more.Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys want to get back to the running the ball the way they did in 2014, and with the likes of Ezekiel Elliott, Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris, the run game looks solid. Read more.Denver Broncos: All signs point to the Broncos running the ball more than they have the previous four seasons with Peyton Manning at quarterback. C.J. Anderson, who takes his first real foray into the role of lead back, figures to flourish in the one-cut-and-go scheme. Read more.Detroit Lions: Coach Jim Caldwells teams have rarely had prolific rushers, so be wary of Detroit running backs in 2016 -- except if you have Theo Riddick, who is good to have in PPR leagues because he could be as good as a high RB2. Read more.Green Bay Packers: Eddie Lacy is in shape and knows the pressure is on him this year, in the final season of his rookie contract, so a return to form seems probable. Read more.Houston Texans: Lamar Miller averaged 196 carries in his final three campaigns in Miami, but the additional work he will see with the Texans should give him the opportunity to put up RB1 numbers. Read more.Indianapolis Colts: ESPNs fantasy projection for Frank Gore is fewer than 1,000 yards this season. However, the Colts offensive line should be improved, which would give Gore more lanes to run through and more opportunities to surpass the 1,000-yard mark. Read more.Jacksonville Jaguars: The bad news? Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon will be sharing carries. The good news? The Jaguars are committed to running the ball more, which should help both rrunning backs and their fantasy owners.dddddddddddd Read more.Kansas City Chiefs: Jamaal Charles is back from his ACL injury, but hell have company in the backfield this season and might not get the carries hes used to. Read more.Los Angeles Rams: As the clear focal point of the Rams offense, Todd Gurley should be even better in his second season and will be relied upon heavily, especially with rookie quarterback Jared Goff trying to figure things out. Read more.Miami Dolphins: Whoever wins the starting job has a great shot to beat fantasy projections, and for Arian Foster, it has more to do with health than anything else. 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