Eagles Make Quick Work of Mountaineers
Berea, Ky. - Asbury volleyball made quick work of Berea on Tuesday night, sweeping the Mountaineers in three games 25-8, 25-5, 25-12. The Eagles' shortest match of the year was also their best attacking night of the year with a team attack percentage of .590.
Asbury (17-10, 5-2 KIAC) tied a season low with only four attack errors on the night, they also had four against Midway on October 6th. Lindsay Ibold (Cincinnati, Ohio) led the team with 12 kills in 17 attempts, she also had a team best three blocks. Emily Andrews (Deltona, Fla.) and Brittney Rader (Seoul, South Korea) each added eight kills and Rader led the team with 10 digs. Julia Armstrong (Austin, Texas) tallied 29 assists on the night.
The Eagles have only one KIAC match remaining against Mountain State on October 30th as they fight for position for the KIAC Tournament. Asbury currently sits 4th out of nine teams but they have played more matches then the three teams ahead of them.
Asbury will take part in a tri-match this weekend in Lexington hosted by Transylvania. The Eagles will take on Bluffton University (Ohio) on Saturday at 2:00 pm before battling the host Pioneers at 4:00 pm.