By Framingham State athletics
NORTON – The Framingham State University volleyball team dropped a pair of non-conference matches this afternoon as they were defeated 3-0 by Roger Williams and then fell 3-0 to host Wheaton College at the Emerson Gymnasium in Norton.
Roger Williams 3, Framingham State 0 (25-14, 25-22, 25-18)
Wheaton 3, Framingham State 0 (25-6, 25-22, 25-17)
Framingham State is now 10-7 overall.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
- Roger Williams hit .304 and fired 12 aces in its win over Framingham State.
- Kaylee Jackson posted her second double-digit kill effort in as many matches and served up four aces to go with six digs and a block assist for the Hawks.
- Sophomore middle hitter Jasmine Babbitt swung for eight kills and a .400 hitting mark and added three assisted blocks and senior outside hitter Kristen Dansereau contributed eight kills and a dig, while hitting .385.
- Soraya Bussatti got down for 17 more digs and fired three aces. First year setter Emma Bosco set for 17 assists and added an ace and seven digs.
- Junior outside hitter Anna Szymanski led the Rams’ effort against RWU with a match-high 11 kills and hit .346 to go with four digs.
- Hailey Sanders spiked for seven kills and picked up four digs, while Emily Flaherty finished with 12 digs.
- Sophomore Isabel Henwood nearly recorded a double-double with 11 assists and nine digs to go with five kills.
- Wheaton hit .455 or better in two of the three sets vs. Framingham State and ended the match with a mark of .356.
- Celina Henn finished with 10 kills and hit .238, while senior outside hitter Emily Hickey spiked eight kills behind a .368 hitting clip to go with a pair of digs.
- Annah Shaheen added seven kills, five digs and an ace and senior libero Sophie Wilhelm got down for 18 digs. Hannah George (24) and junior setter Julianna Flack (18) combined for 42 assists in the match.
- First year right side hitter Mya Jones chipped in for the Rams with four kills and two block assists, while junior middle hitter Hailey Sanders put away four kills and added a block assist.
- Junior libero Emily Flaherty (Milford, N.H.) came up with seven digs in two sets for Framingham State.
The Rams are back in action Tuesday when they host New England College at 6 p.m.