NEWTON, Mass. – The Curry College women’s volleyball team participated in a tri-match at Mount Ida College on Saturday, October 13. The Colonels lost to Regis College, 3-0, and by the same score to the host Mustangs.
Regis 3, Curry 0
In match one, the visiting teams met with Regis defeating visiting Curry in a 3-0 sweep by scores of 25-15, 25-21 and 25-23.
For Regis, Vanessa Noesi added 12 kills on 27 attempts with only two errors adding three solo blocks as well. Sophomore hitter Samantha Bliss tallied nine kills on 22 attempts with five digs while Marilia Ramos ran the offense again for the Pride with 24 assists and 16 digs respectively. Sara Gold would lead Regis defensively with a game-high 24 digs respectively.
The Colonels saw freshman middle hitter Brittany Lynch (Randolph, MA/Blue Hills Regional) record a team-high seven kills on 27 attempts with a block assist. Junior libero Tyla Miller (Marshfield, MA/Marshfield) chipped in 17 digs while sophomore setter Hannah Robison (Cumberland, RI/Cumberland) dished out 12 assists adding a service ace as well.
Mount Ida 3, Curry 0
Mount Ida finished off their day at 2-0 with a 3-0 win over the Colonels in non-conference action by scores of 25-14, 25-16 and 25-17. The Mustangs improved their overall record to 9-12. Curry saw its overall record slip to 7-12.
The Mustangs were again led by Jennifer Ferreira offensively with 10 kills on 25 attempts along with three service aces. Shay Collins and freshman hitter Trudy Goetchius notched seven kills apiece while senior setter Julie Smith dished out 22 assists and two service aces.
Curry saw four kills each from senior hitter Kendra LeMay (Chicopee, MA/Holyoke Catholic) and sophomore Tiana Sturtze (Worcester, MA/Doherty). Sturtze would also add five block assists and a solo block. Robison dished out another 10 assists along with two service aces and five digs.
The Mustangs head back into conference play at Norwich Monday evening with game time slated for 7:00 p.m. Curry hosts Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) opponent Western New England Tuesday evening at 6:00 p.m. and Regis College will head to New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponent Becker College Wednesday starting at 7:00 p.m.