Volleyball Picks Up Two Wins in West Virginia
MONTGOMERY, W. Va. – Asbury volleyball moved within one game of .500 as they defeated West Virginia Tech in a doubleheader on Friday 3-0 and 3-0. The Eagles will look to get back to .500 for the first time since the second game of the season when they host Indiana Southeast on Tuesday.
On Friday, it was Kellianne Crouse and Sarah Sterling to lead the Eagles (6-7) to victory. Crouse recorded 12 kills in the first match as Asbury cruised to a 25-10, 25-19, 25-15 victory. She would add seven more in the second match. Sterling chipped in the first match with eight kills and added a match-high 13 in the second. The Eagles hit .323 in the first match and .242 in the second.
In the second match Crouse also recorded four service aces as the team rolled up 12. Jessie Bartlow added three aces of her own. Maddie Lewis led the team with 13 digs in first match and Cari McMullen added 12 in the second.