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Volleyball drops 3-1 decision to Jacksonville, falls to .500 in A-Sun play
Saturday, October 15, 2005
"It was a tough weekend on the road," said head coach Lindsey Devine. "It's really hard to come into someone else's gym and win. We just need to play more consistently and execute our game plan."
Junior Sarah Buhr (
Including Buhr and Kessel, four Lady Bucs posted a double-digit kill output, with Callie Kiselich (Colorado Springs, Colo.) adding 11, and Jennifer Sartor (Toronto, Ontario) recording 10. Kiselich also contributed 10 digs, making her the third Lady Buc to chart a double-double on the evening. Jennifer Emerson (
Senior Sara Scandiffio (
The Dolphins out-hit the Lady Bucs .181 to .168 on the evening, posting 63 total kills, to ETSU's 59. Petya Borisova tallied match-highs in kills and digs, recording 15 and 19 respectively. Eva Stoilova was also tough on defense, notching 16 digs, along with 10 kills. Teammate Lindsay Ward added another 12 kills.
The Lady Bucs are set to face Radford back home in Brooks Gym on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 7:00 p.m. Following the Radford contest, ETSU heads back into another weekend of A-Sun action, with Lipscomb and Belmont on the road.