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Hoping for repeat

So far it's been a cloudy road trip. IPFW will be looking for the silver lining tonight.

The Mastodons (12-10) lost 3-1 at Lindenwood on Friday, and now must play at Quincy, Ill. tonight. They're hoping for a bit of deja vu.

It was Feb. 1 when Lindenwood beat IPFW 3-1, and a night later, IPFW came back to beat Quincy, 3-1.

Eddie Rivera had a season-high kills for IPFW on Friday wiith 21.

Tonight marks the final regular-season road match for IPFW, which will be home to Loyola on April 10 and to Lewis on April 13.

The MIVA tournament begins April 20.

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