Charleston stops Rams winning streak
Bluefield College volleyball team suffered its first loss in six matches falling in four sets to NCAA-II University of Charleston
September 20, 2012
BLUEFIELD, Va. – The Bluefield College volleyball team suffered its first loss in six matches falling in four sets to NCAA-II University of Charleston, 25-22, 18-25, 21-25, 16-25 on Thursday evening at the Dome Gymnasium. (Box)
Bluefield (5-4) battled through a first set against a strong Charleston squad by taking the seesaw set 25-22.
Charleston (5-9) took control of the second set winning 25-18 and held off the Rams 25-21 in the third set forcing a fourth set where the Golden Eagles won 25-16, ending the Rams five match winning streak.
Cheznee Daily turned in a season-high 40 assists as Jasmine Morrow and Colby Combs led the offensive attack with nearly 100 combined attack attempts. Morrow had a personal best 17 kills for a hitting percentage of .280, while Combs followed with 11 kills and 13 digs.
Anna Church held the top defensive numbers for Bluefield with 26 digs, while Morrow and Amber Taylor-Inge booked four block assists.
The Rams return to action tomorrow when they head to Bristol, Va., to face St. Andrews (N.C.) and Virginia Intermont at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. respectively.