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2004-2005 Volleyball Season

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The South conference winning streak, going into this season was up to 33 straight matches. 

South opened the season with a non-conference match against St. Paul Como Park.  The Tigers won the first game 25-11, the battled to win a close second game 26-24.  The Tigers claimed the third game 25-13 en route to a 3-1 win.

The Tigers first conference meet was an easy 3-0 win over Henry, increasing their winning streak to 34 conference matches.

South participated in the Osseo Tournament and won two matches that were reported.  The Tigers beat St. Paul Highland Park 25-21, 25-21.  They also beat Como Park in three games, losing the first 20-25, then coming back to win the last two 25-15, 25-7

South increased their conference winning streak to 35 with a win over Washburn, 3-0.  Edison fell 3-1.  In their closest match in the last three seasons, Southwest took the match to the fifth game before the Tigers won 3-2, their streak now at 37 matches.

Roosevelt and North both lost to the Tigers 3-0, with the streak reaching 39 matches.  Washburn and Henry both fell 3-1, and the streak hit 41.  Edison fell 3-0.  The streak was at 42 matches.

Southwest and North faced off for the second time.  The Lakers, who played close in their first meeting, handed the Tigers a 3-1 loss, snapping their winning streak at 42 matches.

South finished the conference season with 3-0 wins over both Roosevelt and North.

The Tigers faced Eden Prairie and St. Peter at a tournament.  It is possible they played at the Osseo Tournament, but that is not fact.  Eden Prairie beat the Tigers 2-0, while South defeated St. Peter by the same score.

South faced St. Paul Central in a rematch for the Twin City Title.  Central won the first game 25-13.  The Tigers came back and won the next two 25-14, and 27-25.  Central won the fourth game 25-23.  In the deciding game, Central won 15-11 and  claimed the Twin City Championship.

Dana Pederson was the head coach for the third season.  After the season ended, Coach Pederson informed the Athletic Department she would not return next season.

South finished with an 11-1 conference record, in first place, and a 15-3 overall record.