Volleyball Drops Four Matches At Moravian

Jessica Taylor and Lindsey DiMuzio
Jessica Taylor and Lindsey DiMuzio

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Wesley College's volleyball team dropped four matches at the Greyhound Premier Invitational hosted by Moravian University this weekend.  After dropping its season-opener to Ursinus in three sets on Friday night, the Wolverines were able to salvage one set later that night against Centenary.

After dropping the first set to Kings (Pa.) in the first match on Saturday, Wesley edged the Lady Monarchs 25-23, 25-21 in the next two sets.  Unfortunately, the Wolverines were unable to close as Kings took the fourth and fifth frames.

Closing out the Tournament, Wesley fell to Muhlenberg, 3-1, with the one victory coming 25-21 in the second set. 

In the four games, Lindsay DiMuzio's ten kills against Kings (Pa.) was the team's high in the Tournament.  DiMuzio only had one error in her 29 attempts against the Lady Monarch's accumulating to a .310 hitting percentage for the match. Paige Morris had six kills against Ursinus, Tatum Jones tallied eight kills against Centenary (N.J.) and four against Muhlenberg to lead the team.

Cristina Marruffo recorded 68 assists in the four matches while Meghan Marshall had a team-high 82 digs.  Ashley Pierce also had 65 digs.

On the blocking side of the ball, Wesley recorded 24 total blocks.  DiMuzio had a team-high 11 blocks (six solo) while Jones recorded seven (five solo).