Teams: Volleyball: Schedule & Results
JUMBOS GAIN SECOND NESCAC WIN WITH SHUTOUT
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL FINAL SCORE
Tufts 3, Trinity 0
At Amherst, MA
Friday, October 12, 2007
|Dena Feiger had 35 assists on offense for
Tufts versus Trinity
AMHERST -- With the NESCAC Tournament approaching, the
Tufts University volleyball team improved to 2-3 in the conference and
10-11 overall with a 3-0 NESCAC victory over Trinity College on Friday
night at Amherst. The game scores were 30-28, 30-28 and 30-21.
Tufts now sits sixth in the league. The top eight teams
will play for the conference tournament title beginning on November 2.
The win is the second straight overall for Tufts. Trinity fell to 12-7
overall and 3-3 in the league.
The Jumbos spread the offense around behind sophomore
setter Dena Feiger (Long Grove, IL), who finished with 35
assists. Senior captain Katie Wysham (Spokane, WA) recorded 11
kills, first-year Dawson Joyce-Mendive (Minden, NV) had 10 and
sophomore Brogie Helgeson (Santa Cruz, CA) posted eight. On the
defensive side, three Jumbos topped 20 digs. Juniors Natalie Goldstein (Piedmont, CA) and
Maya Ripecky (Chicago, IL) had 24 and 23 digs, respectively.
Classmate Stacy Filocco (Olney, MD) was credited with 22 digs.
Senior Katie Lenz (Cheshire, Conn.)
totaled 28 digs to lead Trinity College. Bantam sophomore Molly
Ullman (Studio City, Calif.) added a team-high 13 kills, while
junior Lisa Esposito (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) had nine kills
and four blocks, and senior setter Emily Moore (Winfield, Ill.)
notched 36 assists.'
Tufts continues NESCAC action on Saturday when they face
Wesleyan University at Amherst with a noon start.