The women’s volleyball team traveled to Rosemont College and took another win, sweeping the Ravens, 3-0, on Monday, Oct. 22.
The Lady Cavs overpowered the Ravens from the beginning. They dominated the first set, cruising to a 25-3 win.
The second set was similarly dominant with the Cavaliers defeating the Ravens, 25-4.
Despite more of a fight from the Ravens in the final set, the Lady Cavs managed to fight of any chance of a rally, rolling to a 25-10 win in the third set.
The win was the Lady Cavs’ fourth in their last six games and brings their record 9-1 in CSAC play. It is the sixth straight season the team has won at least nine CSAC games.
It also improved the Lady Cavs to 17-7 overall. Over the weekend, the Lady Cavs split matches against New York University and Richard Stockton College.
Individually, senior Danielle Carrozza and freshmen Jen Grenauer led the team with seven kills each. Junior Michele Fitz added five kills and senior Meg Ryan had a solid four kills.
Freshmen Cassidy Koenig had 21 assists and four aces. Junior Kristy Riley had 10 digs while Caitlyn Poole had eight. Grenauer and Fitz also had a two solo blocks each.
Despite winning three CSAC games since losing to Neumann University on Oct. 9, the Cavs remain in second place in the CSAC.
They have two games remaining. Their next game is at home against Cedar Crest College on Thursday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. It is their final CSAC game of the regular season.
They close out the regular season with Senior Night on Friday, Oct. 26, against rival Eastern University in the Battle of Eagle Road at 7 p.m.