Westminster's (7-15, 5-9 RMAC) trip to New Mexico Highlands (7-15, 5-9 RMAC) proved difficult as the Griffins fell in three sets.
The Griffins recorded negative hitting percentages in the first and third-set losses.
The second set was arguably the team's best offensive performance. The Griffins scored 21 points and recorded 12 kills and a .140 hitting percentage. Westminster rallied from being eight down to tie the set, 21-21. But a couple of attack errors halted the comeback, and the Thunderwolves finished the set with two kills for the win, 25-21.
Westminster will finish the weekend at CSU-Pueblo on Saturday night.