Framingham State Defeats Fisher; Drops Match to Connecticut College

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By Framingham State athletics

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FRAMINGHAM – The Connecticut College volleyball team swept a tri-match this afternoon defeating Fisher College 3-0 and closing the day with a 3-1 victory over Framingham State at the Athletic Center, while the Rams defeated Fisher 3-0 in the day’s other match. 

Framingham State is now 13-14 overall.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: 

Game 1 – Framingham State 3, Fisher 0 

  • Framingham State took the day’s opening match by scores of 25-23, 25-20 and 26-24. 
  • The Rams were led in the match on the attack by 10 kills from Valerie Sullivan who also added three digs. 
  • Brandee Thomas chipped in with nine kills and nine digs, while Hailey Sanders finished the match with seven kills, a dig and two blocks. 
  • Anna Szymanski paced the defensive effort with 30 defensive digs, while Isabel Henwood chipped in with 16 digs and three assists. 
  • Morgan Failla finished the match with 26 set assists, three kills and 13 defensive digs. 
  • The Falcons were led by a match-best 16 kills and 18 digs from Macy Barnes. 
  • Lilliana Figueroa chipped in with nine kills and a pair of digs, while Aya Al-Juraishi added seven kills, two aces and two digs. 
  • Natalia Ortiz led five Falcons with double digit digs as she recorded 19 in the match, while Lia Aime added 18. 
  • Paola Velazquez chipped in with 10 digs and 35 set assists, while Edsyl Irrizary added 11 digs. 

     



  • Game 2 – Conn. College 3, Fisher 0 
  • The Camels defeated Fisher in the second match of the day by scores of 25-23, 25-13 and 25-17. 
  • Avery Light paced the Camels on the attach with nine kills and eight digs, while Annie Wibbelsman added seven kills. 
  • Christina Leduc chipped in with six kills and six digs, while Emma Wheeler added six kills and two aces. Katie Gunderman also recorded six kills in the match. 
  • On the defensive side, Julia Dailey led the way with 15 defensive digs, while Natasha Shrivastava added 31 set assists and nine digs. 
  • The Falcons were led by a match-best 13 kills and 13 digs from Macy Barnes, while Ava Al-Juraishi added six kills. 
  • Lia Aime finished the match with 12 defensive digs, while Paola Velazquez added 20 set assists. 

     



  • Game 3 – Conn. College 3, Framingham State 1 
  • After dropping the first set of the third match 25-23 to the Rams, the Camels won three straight by scores of 25-21, 25-20 and 25-11 to secure their second victory of the day. 
  • The Camels were once again led on the attack by 16 kills and 14 digs from Christina Leduc, while Avery Light followed right behind with 15 kills in the match. 
  • Emma Wheeler added 12 kills and 16 digs, while Julia Dailey finished the match with 13 digs. 
  • Natasha Shrivastava was solid all around with four kills, 42 set assists and eight digs in the match. 
  • The Rams were led by 15 kills, a dig and two blocks from Hailey Sanders, while Valerie Sullivan finished the match with 10 kills. 
  • Isabel Henwood led the back row with 22 digs, three assists and two acres, while Brandee Thomas finished the match with eight kills, three assists and 21 defensive digs. 
  • Morgan Failla tallied five kills on nine attempts with no errors and added 32 assists, three aces and eight digs in the match. 

     

    UP NEXT: The Rams are back in action Tuesday when they host RIC for a non-conference match at 7:15 p.m., while the Falcons travel to Dean on Tuesday and the Camels host Albertus Magnus on Wednesday. 


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