Cabrini College’s volleyball team goes 2-2 this weekend and is now 6-2 overall after their weekend tournament in Baltimore, Md.
The Cavaliers dropped their first two games on Friday, Sept. 6. Their first game against Stevenson University, the Cavs lost in straight sets. The second game against the tournament was against the host John Hopkins University. Blue and White dominated the first set 25-14, and then dropped the last three sets in close scoring sets.
Cavaliers came out on Saturday looking to dominate the day and sweep their remaining two games at the tournament.
There was a schedule change and Cabrini was matched against conference rival Gwynedd-Mercy College. Being that this was in tournament play, it was a nonconference match. Lady Cavs dominated the match as they won in straight sets.
In their last game of the tournament, the blue and white were matched up against North Carolina Wesleyan College. The Cavaliers dominated in this match as well, sweeping Wesleyan in straight sets.
Seniors led the charge as Danielle Carrozza led the Cavs with 18 kills and 11 digs, Sophia Sokolovich had 17 digs and Kristy Riley had four aces and 11 digs. Sophomore Cassidy Koenig contributed to the win with 38 assists in the match.
The Cavaliers will make their long awaited return home to the Nerney Field House in their home and CSAC conference play opener against Gwyned-Mercy College. The match is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m.