The Cabrini volleyball team took on the Rosemont College Ravens in a CSAC match up at the Nerney Field House on Thursday. The Cavaliers improved their win streak to two games with a 3-0 victory over the Ravens.
The win places the Cavs at 18-4 on the year, as they remain unbeaten in the CSAC Conference.
The Ravens proved to not be much of a match for the Cavs, as they came into the game winless this season. It was a battle of first versus the worst and the Lady Cavs didn’t disappoint.
The Blue and White had a field day with the Ravens, demolishing Rosemont in all three sets while holding them to four points in the first set, seven points in the second and 14 in the third.
Sophomore Cassidy Koeing recorded a game high 35 assists on the night. Senior Danielle Carrozza and Junior Dana Wisniewski tied with seven kills. Junior Molly Fox and freshman Kelly Guarino came in second with six kills a piece.
Sophomore Harlee Scanlan added 12 digs, the most in her two-year career. Guarino continued her busy day as she contributed 11 digs also setting a career high with five aces.
The Cavaliers pretty much dominated the statistics as well. The Lady Cavs had a total of 25 spikes to Rosemont’s 22. The Cavs continued their dominance as they had 38 kills to Rosemont’s 6.
Looking forward, the Cabrini Cavaliers take on Neumann University in another CSAC battle on Oct. 16. The Neumann Knights will be a much better test for the Cavs as they are going into Wednesday’s game on a nine game winning streak. The Knights are currently 6-0 in the CSAC Conference as well as 14-9 overall.
Wednesday’s game is set for 7 p.m. at Neumann University. The Blue and White look to improve their win streak to three games as both teams prepare for a showdown of the CSAC undefeated teams.