SCRANTON, Pa. - The Wesley College volleyball team dropped their first match of the day but rebounded with a crucial sweep in their second match to split their contests on the first day of the Scranton Invitational.
Wesley fell to Union (N.Y) in their first match of the day, dropping their contest 3-0 to the Dutchwomen. Jessica Tynes led the team with six kills while Beth Schlecker finished with 14 assists and a block. Codi Ziolkowski led the Wolverines with four total blocks in the match.
In their second match of the day, the Wolverines pulled out a 3-0 sweep over Wentworth, dropping the Leopards 25-20, 25-22, 25-22. Tionne Graves-Brown led all Wolverines with 12 kills and recorded a double-double as she scooped up 15 digs. Megan Marshall recorded 10 digs and Tania Rounds registered a season-high eight blocks as the Navy and White rolled to a sweep of the Leopards.
Wesley improves to 2-1 on the season and will return to action at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday when they take on Cedar Crest. The Wolverines will then have an afternoon matchup against either Scranton or Pitt-Bradford.