October 23, 2013
Grove City drops four-set match to Bethany
BETHANY, W. Va. -- The Grove City College volleyball team couldn't complete its comeback bid, falling to Bethany in four sets in Presidents' Athletic Conference action on Wednesday night.
After dropping the first two sets 25-15 and 25-21, the Wolverines (13-12, 6-8 PAC) took advantage of Bethany attack errors to win set three 25-17 before falling 25-13 in the fourth set.
Seniors Tierza Rangel (Houghton, N.Y./Fillmore Central) and Ashley Branch (Colorado Springs, Colo./Evangelical Christian) led Grove City with 10 kills each while senior libero Tara Skinner (Avon Lake, Ohio/Christian Community) posted a match-high 26 digs to move into fourth place in Wolverine history in that category for her career.
Junior setter Amy Collins (Landenberg, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite) recorded 13 assists while sophomore Amy Trageser (Marriottsville, Md./Chapelgate Christian) had 12. Junior Dalaney Algiere (Grasonville, Md./Kent Island) led all players with five blocks while Rangel and Branch add four and three, respectively
Junior Frances Trenta (Hartville, Ohio/Lake) added 15 digs.
Grove City travels to PAC foe Washington & Jefferson on Saturday for a 12:00 match.
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