Volleyball plays tough but falls to Mary Washington

Photo by Joy Cheatham
Photo by Joy Cheatham

DOVER, Del. – The Wesley College women's volleyball team battled with Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) foe Mary Washington but ended up falling in three sets (26-24, 25-20, 25-19) to the Eagles Friday night.

Tionne Graves-Brown paced the Wolverine offense with 10 kills and a .321 hitting percentage. She also tallied five digs and a service ace.

Courtney Olson and Jessica Tynes both collected six kills respectively. Tynes added six digs while Olson blocked an Eagle attack.

Codi Ziolkowski blocked a match-high four attacks. Tania Rounds notched four kills, three blocks and a service ace. Nadia Hopkins chipped in with three kills and three blocks.

Caelli Clifford led the Wolverine defense with a match-high 13 digs.

Teaghen Vogelsang dished out 15 assists while Lindsay Burg handed out 13 assists of her own.

Savannah Powers had 19 kills and nine digs for the Eagles.

The Wolverines (13-7, 0-3 CAC) have a quick turnaround as they host the No. 24 ranked Christopher Newport Captains tomorrow in CAC action. The match from Wentworth Gymnasium is slated for a 12 p.m. start.