Centenary Volleyball Loses in Straight Sets to #8 Colorado College
Sunday, October 9, 2016
Centenary (LA) (3-18, 2-8 SCAC)
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#8 Colorado College (17-3, 8-2 SCAC)
10/9/2016 | Irving, TX | Attendance: 64
1st2nd3rd4th5th
Centenary (LA)192012 -- --
Colorado College252525 -- --
Stats at a GlanceCENTCC
Hitting Pct..074.274
Kills2246
Errors1415
Total Attacks108113
Assists1745
Aces56
Digs4762
Blocks3.05.0
Statistical LeadersCENTCC
KillsHailey Lawson - 7
Abbe Holtze - 11
AssistsAllison Lazewski - 9
Lizzy Counts - 38
AcesMakenzie Shaw - 2
Hailey Lawson - 2
Anna Gurolnick - 3
DigsHailey Lawson - 12
Anna Gurolnick - 19
BlocksMichaela Brantley - 2
Desiree Frey - 2
Glenna Yancey - 3

IRVING, Texas – The Ladies stayed right with the #8 team in the nation in the first two sets, but the Tigers won by 13 in the third as Centenary (3-18, 2-8 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) fell to Colorado College (27-3, 8-2 SCAC) 25-19, 25-20, 25-12 on the final day of the conference divisional at Dallas on Sunday, Oct. 9.

Colorado College used a 46-22 edge in total kills and a .274-.074 advantage in hitting percentage. Sophomore Hailey Lawson led Centenary with seven kills and 12 digs.

The Tigers scored the first point of the match, but an assisted block by sophomore Ashley Brown and Lawson put Lawson on serve. A kill off an overpass by Brown and an ace put Centenary up 3-1. Colorado College took a 7-6 lead. A service error tied the set to put freshman Marissa Sandoval on serve. Two ball-handling errors and one kill each for sophomore Shannon Orlopp and Lawson put the Ladies up 11-7.

Colorado College led 18-17 before a 4-0 run put the Tigers up five. Marguerite Spaethlin used a kill to put herself on serve. Two kills by Jordan Mullen around a kill from Glenna Yancey put Colorado College up 22-17 in the first set. The Tigers claimed the set by five.

Yancey had a match-best three blocks while Spaethlin finished second in the match with 10 kills. Abbe Holtze had a double-double with 14 digs and 11 kills, while Anna Gurolnick added 19 digs. Lizzy Counts contributed 38 assists.

Set two stood tied at eight before a sophomore Makenzie Shaw kill put Lawson on serve. Another ace and an attack error saw Centenary lead 11-8. Colorado College countered with an 8-1 run to go up 16-12.

The Tigers won the second set by five and the last frame by 13 to end the match.

Centenary takes more than a week off before returning to action Monday, Oct. 17 at Texas College. First serve at Tyler, Texas, is set for 6 p.m.