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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:48 am

Volleyball falls in league match to Polar Bears
October 30, 2015

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College volleyball team completed New England Small College Athletic Conference regular season play with a 3-0 loss to Bowdoin College on Friday night at Wadsworth Gymnasium.

Bowdoin moved one step closer to earning the top seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference playoffs with the victory. The Polar Bears, ranked fourth in New England, moved to 18-4 overall and 8-1 in league play. Bowdoin finishes up conference play at Bates on Saturday. Colby, ranked 14th in New England, closed the regular season with a 14-11 record and a 4-6 mark in the NESCAC.

Colby had leads in all three sets and gave the Polar Bears a battle in Bowdoin’s 27-25, 25-22, 25-19 win.

The first set was full of excellent volleyball on both sides. Bowdoin seemed to have some control up 21-18, but the Mules scored the next three points to tie the set. The set was tied four more times before the Polar Bears finally won two points in a row to take the set.

The second set was close as well, with Colby holding leads of 21-20 and 22-21. The Polar Bears scored the final four points to pull out the set.

Colby’s last lead in the third set was 11-10, but Bowdoin scored seven straight points to take control at 17-11. The Mules got as close as five points on three occasions.

Quincy Leech finished with 40 assists in the three sets and added eight digs for Bowdoin. Erika Sklaver led the way with 12 kills and a pair of blocks. Bowdoin also received nine kills and a team-high 16 defensive digs from Christy Jewett, seven kills from Hailey Wahl and Sydney Salle, and 15 digs by Katie Doherty.

Karolina Serhan led Colby with eight kills and two blocks. Kim Donaldson smacked seven kills and had a match-high four blocks, while Natalie Roy had eight kills. Erin Maidman led in digs with 17 and Emily Moslener had 16 assists and eight digs.

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:38 am

Volleyball falls 3-1 to Bowdoin, beats Husson 3-0 on Senior Day

LEWISTON, Maine -- The Bates College volleyball team fell 3-1 to Bowdoin College in a NESCAC match before winning 3-0 over Husson University later on Saturday afternoon, in the team's regular-season finale at Alumni Gymnasium.

Bowdoin (20-4, 9-1 NESCAC) clinched the top seed in next weekend's NESCAC Championships for the second time in team history. Husson (9-21) fell by a 3-0 score to Bowdoin in between Bates' two matches, giving the Polar Bears their eighth straight victory.

Prior to the day's action, Bates (10-14, 3-7 NESCAC) was already locked into the eighth seed in the tournament, so the Bobcats and Polar Bears will meet again Saturday at Bowdoin in the conference quarterfinals.

Bates junior Chandler McGrath (Seal Beach, Calif.) had 14 kills and sophomore Lisa Slivken (New York, N.Y.) contributed a career-high 12 kills in the loss to Bowdoin. Sophomore Jacqueline Forney (Bloomington, Ind.) had 27 assists with 12 digs, with junior Hannah Tardie (Orange, Calif.) adding 15 assists and six digs. Senior Laryssa Schepel (Flemington, N.J.) had a team-high 16 digs.

For Bowdoin, Christy Jewett had a match-high 20 kills along with eight digs, and Erika Sklaver added 15 kills and four blocks. Quincy Leech had 46 assists and 10 digs for the Polar Bears, while Katie Doherty led the team with 17 digs.

Bates established early dominance against Husson, posting a 25-6 win in the first set before coasting to relatively easy 25-17 and 25-15 wins in the next two. Playing in her final home and regular-season match, senior Abby Leberman (Concord, N.H.) led the Bobcats with six kills, while fellow senior Brynn Wendel (Boxford, Mass.) and McGrath added five apiece. A third senior, Schepel, led the team with 18 digs, and a fourth, Mary Deneen (Windsor, Conn.), posted three kills, four digs and two blocks. Senior Nicole Cueli (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.), who has been out of action due to injury all season, also made a special final appearance and served up an ace.

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:44 am

Bowdoin Volleyball Clinches Top Seed For NESCAC Championship

LEWISTON, Maine - For the second time in school history, the Bowdoin College women's volleyball team has earned the top seed for the NESCAC Tournament.

Bowdoin (20-4, 9-1 NESCAC) rounded out their season with a pair of wins on Saturday, clinching the top spot for the first time since 2011, when they won their lone NESCAC title. The Polar Bears defeated Bates 3-1 and Husson 3-0 to reach the 20-win plateau for the eighth time overall and fifth consecutive campaign.

The Polar Bears will host the eight-team NESCAC Tournament in Brunswick beginning on Friday evening.

Bates Match

Needing a win to clinch the top seed for the conference, Bowdoin lost the first set but rebounded to take the win 24-26, 25-21, 25-15, 25-20
Christy Jewett (20 kills, eight digs), Erika Sklaver (15 kills, four blocks) and Sydney Salle (12 kills) were outstanding for the Bowdoin offense in the win
Quincy Leech added three kills to her 46 assists and scooped 10 digs for the Polar Bears
Katie Doherty led all players with 17 digs in the win
Husson Match

Bowdoin cruised against the Eagles, wrapping the season with a 25-12, 25-13, 25-13 win
A balanced attack was led by seven kills from Jewett, six from Michelle Albright, and five from Khelsea Gordon
Eleven different players collected a kill for the Polar Bears
Clare McInerney dealt 13 assists and had seven digs for Bowdoin
Doherty had a team-best nine digs in the win
Up Next

More information about the NESCAC Championship will be available in the coming week, but Bowdoin will open against eighth-seeded Bates on Friday evening at Morrell Gymnasium

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:50 am

Bowdoin Volleyball Clinches Top Seed For NESCAC Championship

LEWISTON, Maine - For the second time in school history, the Bowdoin College women's volleyball team has earned the top seed for the NESCAC Tournament.

Bowdoin (20-4, 9-1 NESCAC) rounded out their season with a pair of wins on Saturday, clinching the top spot for the first time since 2011, when they won their lone NESCAC title. The Polar Bears defeated Bates 3-1 and Husson 3-0 to reach the 20-win plateau for the eighth time overall and fifth consecutive campaign.

The Polar Bears will host the eight-team NESCAC Tournament in Brunswick beginning on Friday evening.

Bates Match

Needing a win to clinch the top seed for the conference, Bowdoin lost the first set but rebounded to take the win 24-26, 25-21, 25-15, 25-20
Christy Jewett (20 kills, eight digs), Erika Sklaver (15 kills, four blocks) and Sydney Salle (12 kills) were outstanding for the Bowdoin offense in the win
Quincy Leech added three kills to her 46 assists and scooped 10 digs for the Polar Bears
Katie Doherty led all players with 17 digs in the win
Husson Match

Bowdoin cruised against the Eagles, wrapping the season with a 25-12, 25-13, 25-13 win
A balanced attack was led by seven kills from Jewett, six from Michelle Albright, and five from Khelsea Gordon
Eleven different players collected a kill for the Polar Bears
Clare McInerney dealt 13 assists and had seven digs for Bowdoin
Doherty had a team-best nine digs in the win
Up Next

More information about the NESCAC Championship will be available in the coming week, but Bowdoin will open against eighth-seeded Bates on Friday evening at Morrell Gymnasium

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:55 am

Volleyball falls in league match to Polar Bears

WATERVILLE, Maine — The Colby College volleyball team completed New England Small College Athletic Conference regular season play with a 3-0 loss to Bowdoin College on Friday night at Wadsworth Gymnasium.

Bowdoin moved one step closer to earning the top seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference playoffs with the victory. The Polar Bears, ranked fourth in New England, moved to 18-4 overall and 8-1 in league play. Bowdoin finishes up conference play at Bates on Saturday. Colby, ranked 14th in New England, closed the regular season with a 14-11 record and a 4-6 mark in the NESCAC.
Colby had leads in all three sets and gave the Polar Bears a battle in Bowdoin’s 27-25, 25-22, 25-19 win.
The first set was full of excellent volleyball on both sides. Bowdoin seemed to have some control up 21-18, but the Mules scored the next three points to tie the set. The set was tied four more times before the Polar Bears finally won two points in a row to take the set.
The second set was close as well, with Colby holding leads of 21-20 and 22-21. The Polar Bears scored the final four points to pull out the set.
Colby’s last lead in the third set was 11-10, but Bowdoin scored seven straight points to take control at 17-11. The Mules got as close as five points on three occasions.
Quincy Leech finished with 40 assists in the three sets and added eight digs for Bowdoin. Erika Sklaver led the way with 12 kills and a pair of blocks. Bowdoin also received nine kills and a team-high 16 defensive digs from Christy Jewett, seven kills from Hailey Wahl and Sydney Salle, and 15 digs by Katie Doherty.
Karolina Serhan led Colby with eight kills and two blocks. Kim Donaldson smacked seven kills and had a match-high four blocks, while Natalie Roy had eight kills. Erin Maidman led in digs with 17 and Emily Moslener had 16 assists and eight digs.

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:02 am

Mariners Split Saturday’s Non-Conference Doubleheader

STANDISH, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy volleyball picked up a 3-0 victory over Simmons, and fell to Saint Joseph's 3-0 on Saturday in non-conference action.

Game One: Maine Maritime Academy 3 – Simmons College 0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-17)

The Mariners jumped out to an early 4-1 lead following three-straight kills from Tess Clark (Spring, Texas), and went on to win the first set, 25-17. The second set proved to be a close battle, with the Mariners picking up the 25-21 win. Maine Maritime grabbed the 25-17 third set, and took the non-conference win.

Gillian O'Neal (Burbank, Calif.) recorded a double-double performance with a team-high 17 digs and 13 kills, while Clark ended the evening with 11 kills, and 15 digs for her own double-double, and setter Melissa Spaulding (Fairbanks, Alaska) tallied 27 assists, and 13 digs for a double-double. Jessica Menges (Old Forge, N.Y.) tallied 10 digs and two kills.

Kat Guillotte led the Monks with 14 digs, while Cailin Fredrickson added a team-best six kills and 12 digs.

Game Two: Saint Joseph's 3 – Maine Maritime Academy 0 (25-11, 25-8, 25-17)

The Monks used six-straight points to pick up the 25-11 first set win, and scored 14-straight points to grab the 25-8 second set win. The Mariners point together a three-point run highlighted by two Melissa Spaulding aces, but fell 25-17 in the third set.

O'Neal led the Mariners with five kills, Spaulding and Molly Marcotte (Woonsocket, R.I.) each recorded 13 digs each.

Felicia Wachowiak tallied a game-high 11 kills, while Jennelle Thomspon recorded an impressive 27 digs.

The Mariners improve to 17-12 overall and will travel to Colby-Sawyer College next weekend to take on Castleton in Match 2 of the NAC Semifinals on Friday, November 6.

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:03 am

Saint Joseph’s Tops Simmons, Maine Maritime on Senior Day

STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College (26-5, 8-3 GNAC) swept a women's volleyball tri-match at the Harold Alfond Center on Saturday. The Monks opened the day with a 3-1 (25-16, 24-26, 25-21, 25-16) victory over conference-rival Simmons College (9-17, 6-5 GNAC) and completed the sweep with a convincing 3-0 (25-11, 25-8, 25-17) win over Maine Maritime Academy (17-12, 5-1 NAC). Maine Maritime blanked Simmons, 3-0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-17), in the sandwich match.

With the triumph over Simmons, Saint Joseph's earns the #3 seed in the upcoming GNAC Tournament, which begins with a quarterfinal round on Tuesday. The Monks will host a familiar foe, as the Royal Blue is set to face sixth-seeded Simmons in the opening round in a 7:00 PM start.

THE LEAD – Saint Joseph's vs. Simmons College

The Monks opened strong versus the Sharks, posting a .303 attack rate in the opening set en route to taking a 25-16 win and 1-0 match lead. Simmons countered with a 26-24 second-set triumph to knot the best of five match at 1-1, but St. Joe's dug out of a four-point deficit in the third set to collect a 25-21 win and 2-1 edge. The Monks maintained the lead for the majority of the fourth set to pick up a 25-16 victory and 3-1 match triumph.

THE LEAD – Saint Joseph's vs. Maine Maritime

The Monks did not trail for the entirety of the match versus the Mariners, who posted a negative .227 attack rate with 10 kills and 35 miscues in 110 total attempts in the loss.

NOTABLES – Saint Joseph's vs. Simmons College

Senior middle blocker Felicia Wachowiak (Milton, N.H.) belted a match-high 17 kills while posting a stellar .394 attack rate and nine total blocks (six solo)
Junior outside hitter Victoria Huntley (Ellsworth, Maine) added 13 kills and nine digs
Junior outside hitter Shadai Gosselin (Somersworth, N.H.) posted six kills and 16 digs
Senior outside hitter Alli Hollander (Thermal, Calif.) chipped in with six kills and a perfect 1.000 attack rate with four block assists
Senior defensive specialist Abbie McPhee (Epping, N.H.) totaled seven service aces and 12 digs
Freshman libero Jennelle Thompson (Farmington, N.H.) contributed 13 digs
Junior libero Mariah Hebert (Biddeford, Maine) tallied 34 assists – a match-high – along with seven digs
For the Sharks, sophomore middle blocker Amber Peterson (Las Vegas, Nev.) paced the Sharks with 10 kills and added five aces and six digs, sophomore outside hitter Sarah Woodward (Deerfield, Mass.) posted nine kills and five digs, junior outside hitter Cailin Fredrickson (Columbia, Md.) tallied eight kills and 10 digs, and junior setter Andalyn Duke (Litchfield Park, Ariz.) contributed 30 assists and seven digs. Junior libero Kat Guillotte (New Bedford, Mass.) registered a match-high 21 digs.
NOTABLES – Saint Joseph's vs. Maine Maritime

Wachowiak posted 11 kills and six total blocks (two solo)
Thompson chimed in with a match-high 27 digs
Hebert contributed 16 assists and four digs
Huntley added three kills and 10 digs
Hollander chipped in with two kills and six total blocks (two solo)
For the Mariners, junior outside hitter Gillian O'Neal (Burbank, Calif.) netted five kills and seven digs, freshman setter Melissa Spaulding (Fairbanks, Alaska) posted two kills, six assists, a pair of aces and 13 digs, and senior libero Molly Marcotte (Woonsocket, R.I.) added 13 digs.
TEAM TOTALS – Saint Joseph's vs. Simmons College

The Monks, who posted a .228 attack rate, owned advantages in kills (44-34), assists (38-34), aces (9-7), digs (64-60) and blocks (13-2) in the victory. The Sharks, who mustered a .061 attack percentage, committed 14 service errors in the loss.

TEAM TOTALS – Saint Joseph's vs. Maine Maritime

The Monks held the lead in kills (23-10), assists (20-9), digs (62-54) and blocks (9-1) in the non-conference match, which required just over an hour to complete.

MIDDLE MATCH – Simmons vs. Maine Maritime (BOX)

The Mariners breezed past the Sharks in the sandwich match with the help of a combined total of 24 kills from O'Neal and freshman middle hitter Tess Clark (Spring, Texas). Simmons committed 20 attack errors and 10 service miscues in the setback.

For the Mariners, Spaulding dealt 27 assists with 13 digs while O'Neal added four aces and 17 digs in the victory. Fredrickson paced the Sharks with six kills while Guillotte totaled 14 digs and Duke posted 10 assists.

SENIOR MOMENT

Prior to the warm-up session for the final match of the day, the Monks held a brief ceremony to honor the program's five seniors: Hollander, Cassie Leech (Middleborough, Mass.), McPhee, Wachowiak and Sam Wright (Westport, Mass.). The 2016 volleyball graduating class has helped Saint Joseph's post a 76-47 (.618) overall record with a 27-18 (.600) mark in conference play over the past four seasons. The senior class winning percentage is the third-best and the win total is the fifth highest since 1989.

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING

With the victories, Saint Joseph's improves to 5-5 versus Simmons College and is now 11-4 against Maine Maritime Academy since the start of the 1989 campaign. The Monks' win over the Sharks is the team's first since 2013. St. Joe's has now defeated the Mariners in six-consecutive meetings dating back to the 2012 season.

With 26 victories this fall, Saint Joseph's has tallied the second-most victories in a single-season and the most since 1995, when John Razsa led the Monks to a 27-10 overall record.

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:17 am

Roger Williams battles past UNE in straight sets

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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Roger Williams University capped a perfect Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) regular-season with a 3-0 victory over the University of New England in women's volleyball action Saturday afternoon (Oct. 31) at the Harold Alfond Forum. Set scores were 25-18, 25-19, and 25-17.

The Hawks (17-11, 8-0 CCC) will enter the CCC Championship as the top seed with a first-round bye. The Nor'easters (6-16) finish at 3-5 in league play and will head for third-seeded Endicott College in Tuesday's (7 p.m.) opening round. Click HERE to view the tournament bracket.

After a back-and-forth beginning to the opening set that saw neither team lead by more than four points, RWU closed the frame on a 5-0 run to win by seven.

The visitors would go on to win the next two sets as well, led by Sarah McAniff and Molly Quilty with a combined 19 kills -- two of the nine Hawks with multiple kills. McAniff also had seven digs, while Quilty logged a .600 attack percentage. Josalyn Benson chipped in with 38 assists and eight digs; Darian Tredennick had a team-high nine digs.

For UNE, Grayson Szczepaniak led the way with nine winners, and Courtney Lambrese followed just behind with eight kills of her own. Kristen Falcinelli notched 24 assists and eight digs on the day; Nikki Mathewson shared the match-high with nine digs.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:23 am

Southern Maine Falls to Rhode Island College 3-1 on Senior Day

Southern Maine Falls to Rhode Island College 3-1

GORHAM, Maine -- The Rhode Island College Anchorwomen rallied from a one-set deficit to secure a berth in the upcoming Little East Conference volleyball tournament by defeating the University of Southern Maine Huskies 3-1 (24-26, 25-20, 25-20, 25-23) Saturday afternoon on Senior Day at the Warren Hill Gymnasium.

The win snapped a four-match losing streak for the Anchorwomen, and improved their record to 17-11 overall and 3-4 in the conference. The Huskies, who needed to defeat the Anchorwomen to have a shot at a tournament berth, finish the season 11-19 overall and 1-6 in conference play.

Prior to the match, the Huskies recognized their two departing seniors - defensive specialist Bridget Burns (Warrenville, Ill./Wheaton Warrenville South) and libero Demi Ruder (Grand Junction, Colo.).

Senior Kelsey Lace (Glendale, R.I./Mt. St. Charles) had a big match for RIC knocking down 16 kills, digging up 11 balls, serving six aces and picking up three block assists. Senior Michelle Malboeuf (Cumberland, R.I.) added 15 kills and seven digs, and junior Sierra Smith (Longmont, Colo./Ponaganset) contributed 13 kills. Sophomore setter Abigayl White (Coventry, R.I.) orchestrated the offense passing out 49 assists. Junior Jillian Ward (Coventry, R.I.) shared the team lead for digs with Lace digging up 11 balls. Ward also had seven kills.

Sophomore outside hitter Jess Williamson (Goffstown, N.H.) posted another double-double for USM with a match-high 21 kills and 13 digs. Classmates Mo Raymond (Sanbornton, N.H./Winnisquam) and Robbi Termentozzi (Littleton, Colo./Grand Junction) added 11 and nine kills respectively. Ruder had 16 digs on the back line. Junior Megan Nilson (Granby, Conn.) and rookie Nicole Schmitz (St. Paul, Minn./Cretin-Derham) combined for 48 assists.

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Re: College Volleyball - 2015:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 02, 2015 7:33 am

Volleyball earns seventh seed in league playoffs
November 1, 2015

WATERVILLE, Maine — Colby College gets the luxury of a short trip to the New England Small College Athletic Conference Volleyball Championships this weekend, but the seventh-seeded Mules face a tough opponent in second-seeded Williams College.

The Mules (14-11 overall) will play the two-time defending champion Ephs at 5 p.m. at Bowdoin College on Friday in a quarterfinal match. With an upset victory, Colby would play a 3:30 semifinal on Saturday.

NESCAC VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday, November 6 at Bowdoin
Quarterfinals
Court 1: No. 8 Bates vs. No. 1 Bowdoin – 5:00 p.m.
Court 2: No. 7 Colby vs. No. 2 Williams – 5:00 p.m.
Court 1: No. 6 Connecticut College vs. No. 3 Amherst – 8:00 p.m.
Court 2: No. 5 Tufts vs. No. 4 Middlebury – 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 7 at Bowdoin
Semifinals
Center Court: Winner of No. 1/No. 8 vs. Winner of No. 4/No. 5 – 1:00 p.m.
Center Court: Winner of No. 2/No. 7 vs. Winner of No. 3/No. 6 – 3:30 p.m

Sunday, November 8 at Bowdoin
Championship – 12:00 p.m.
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