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Women’s Volleyball Splits Second Day at Johns Hopkins

Women’s Volleyball Splits Second Day at Johns Hopkins

BALTIMORE, Md. – Marymount women's volleyball picked up its first win of the season on Saturday afternoon thanks to a decisive 3-0 victory over Stevens. In the tournament finale, the Saints took one set from the No. 9-ranked Blue Jays but ultimately fell, 3-1.

NOTABLE

  • Elissa Munsterman led the Saints with a double-double (13 kills, 11 digs) in the victory over Stevens. She led the team in both categories.
  • Sydney Sands (14 assists) and Alexis Franklin (nine assists) facilitated the Marymount attack against Stevens.
  • In the match against Johns Hopkins, the Saints outhit the Blue Jays, .196 to .156.
  • Natalie Garbalosa led the Saints with 16 digs against the Blue Jays.

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • In the first set against Stevens, Marymount led by as many as 10 points before winning, 25-18.
  • The Saints overcame a late deficit in the second set before scoring the final three points of the set to clinch the 25-21 margin.
  • With Sands serving in the final set against Stevens, Marymount scored four points in a row to build a 15-9 lead. The Saints eventually triumphed, 25-20, to earn their first win of the season.
  • After dropping the first set against Hopkins, the Saints almost evened the match in the second but surrendered the final three points to fall, 25-23.
  • Marymount took the third set convincingly, 25-18, but was denied in the fourth set to fall to 1-2 on the season.

UP NEXT

  • Marymount will see action in four games next weekend at the Washington & Lee Tournament.
  • The Saints will face Centre and Washington & Lee on Friday, Sept. 9 before facing Guilford and Gettysburg on Saturday, Sept. 10 to close out the weekend.
  • Marymount will open its home slate with a tri-match against Averett and York on Saturday, Sept. 17.