Glaive Volleyball Episode 12 Transcript

Hello there and welcome to another edition of Glaive Volleyball. Doing things a little differently in that rather than talking about all the scores from all the games in the region going to talk just…highlight a few of the games figuring that you know if you are caring about certain teams…certain places you probably check out the scores but just going to sort of figure that maybe highlighting few things may make a little more sense and see how that goes. And that still may still…what may happen is I still may talk too much and it still may not make sense…so we’ll just see what happens and get right into it. So this is from the past week and the weekend and off I go. So Western Connecticut State University defeated Mitchell. Rory McMaster had 29 assists in the effort. Worcester Polytechnic Institute lost to Coast Guard 2 to 3 Noelle Tursky had 14 Digs, seven Aces and 23 Assists for Coast Guard in that one so stellar effort. Wesleyan defeated Trinity 3-1. This sets up Wesleyan to be ranked second in the NESCAC tournament. Adelphi lost to Southern Connecticut three nothing Abigail Epstein, Abigail Epstein had 15 kills as I say her name twice for no apparent reason. St Joseph defeated Salem State three to nothing. Hannah Benson had 13 kills, Julia McKenzie had 24 digs in the victory. Fairfield defeated Quinnipiac 3 to 1 KJ Johnson had 22 kills as her amazing season continues on. UConn 3 Xavier 2 they went five sets. Caylee Parker and Jasmine Davis had 19 kills a piece for the Huskies. Western Connecticut defeated Southern Maine 3 to2 in five Ali Brochu had 20 kills for the Colonials. Eastern Connecticut defeated UMass Dartmouth and that was in five sets. Anna Berry had 20 kills and four blocks for the Warriors. And Yale swept Columbia 3 nothing. Mila Yarich had 20 kills in just three sets and UConn defeated Butler three to nothing. Kennadie Jake-Turner had 16 kills and there you have the highlights for the past week. Thank you for watching. Hope you tune in again as I rustle my papers for no apparent reason.