CIS women's volleyball Saturday roundup: Four Gaels finish with double digit kills in win over Gryphons
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KINGSTON, Ont.`- Shannon Walsh of Kingston, Ont., finished with
a game high 44 assists as Walsh was given the opportunity to start
as the Gaels setter. The match was back and forth, going five sets
before the Gaels (7-3) sealed the win over Guelph (4-4) in set five
15-10 ( (25-22, 16-25, 25-22, 23-25, 15-10).
Source: Queen`s Sports Info
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WINDSOR, Ont. - The Lancer women’s volleyball team lost a
pair of home games over the weekend to the Toronto Varsity Blues
and the Ryerson Rams.
Source: Windsors Sports Info
LONDON, Ont. – The Western Mustangs women’s
volleyball team (6-5) fell to the Toronto Varsity Blues (8-3) at
Alumni Hall tonight. Losing the first two sets 23-25, the Mustangs
came back to claim the third with a set score of 25-20 before the
more experienced Varsity Blues took the fourth and deciding set
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Both teams played a relatively even first set, going point-for-point to 18. Toronto pulled ahead with a big kill from Rebecca Crosier and maintained the lead to the end winning 25-23.
In the second set, Toronto, sitting second in the OUA, took a commanding 16-8 lead. Western persisted and came back to tie up the set at 22 on a line shot from left side hitter Cloe Behrman. The Varsity Blues capitalized on two of the Mustangs’ offensive errors and took the set 25-23.
Western came out swinging in the third set and added another 14 kills to their total. The team kept ahead of Toronto the entire set. London native and Toronto setter Julia Bellehumeur added a couple points for the Varsity Blues. Two major blocks from Mustangs Kendre Jefferson and Kelly Frittenberg late in the set ultimately decided the winner with the Mustangs coming out with the 25-20 victory.
Toronto easily took the fourth set 25-16 after shutting down Western’s offense. Danielle Marshall had one solo block and Western a total of 32 attacks in the set.
Stephanie Kreuter (12 kills, 9 digs) and Frittenberg (10 kills, 1 solo block and 4 block assists) led the Mustangs.
Charlotte Sider (16 kills, 10 digs) led the Varsity Blues.
Western will travel to Guelph on Jan. 13 and Waterloo on Jan. 14 before returning home on Jan. 20 to play the Windsor Lancers.
Source: Western Sports Info