The Lady Cavs volleyball team kicked off homecoming weekend with another victory against Cairn University improving their record to 14-3 on Saturday and putting them 4-0 in the CSAC.
After the Homecoming parade the lady Cavs stormed the court and swept Cairn in a 3-0 series. The Lady Cavs kept the Cairn Highlanders below 15 points for the first two games. “We are the strongest we’ve ever been,” said head coach Eric Schaefer, ”The teams chemistry is incredible this year.”
“We came out strong today,” said senior Danielle Carrozza. Danielle led with five kills in the first game, while freshmen Kelly Guarino went on an 8-0 run. Cabrini finished strong winning the first game 25-12.
The cavaliers increased the pressure in the second game defeating Cairn 25-8. With 10 kills and only one attacking error the lady Cavs own senior Michele Fitz put up four blocks while sophomore Cassidy Koenig scored five digs.
Heading into the third game Cairn seemed to have finally grabbed a foothold against Cabrini putting up nine kills and three service aces. That didn’t stop the Cavs from getting 17 kills and three service aces. The final game ended 25-17.
“After todays win I know we can keep it up and win the CSAC championship,” said junior Molly Fox.
The Lady Cavs will be returning to the court in Hackettstown on Oct. 2 against Centenary College.