NEBRASKA/MINNESOTA -- As the volleyball postseason continues, teams in Nebraska advance with two of the teams playing to keep their seasons alive.

#3 Wayne State matched-up against #13 University of Nebraska-Kearney in the second round of the central region tournament in St. Paul, Minn.

Despite falling down 2-1, the Wildcats were able to keep their season alive against the Lopers winning the last two sets to advance to the regional final.

The Wildcats were led by junior Taya Beller, who finished the night with a career high 22 kills, and junior Maggie Brahmer, who finished with 9 blocks on the night.

The Lopers had a trio of double digit kill leaders with junior Asha Regier (16), sophomore Emilee Lane (16), and senior Jaden Ferguson (13).

The Wildcats move on to face #1 Concordia St. Paul in the region final at 7 p.m. Saturday night.

In Nebraska, the Cornhuskers were able to see off Long Island University in the first round of the tournament winning 3-0.

A former Big 12 foe awaits the Cornhuskers as Missouri and first year head coach Dawn Sullivan looks to pull off the upset.

The match kicks off at 7 p.m. Saturday night as the winner faces Georgia Tech in the sweet sixteen.