Women’s Seawolves volleyball team defeat the Dragons yet again: Another win over USA

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On Saturday, Nov. 10, the women’s Seawolves volleyball team took on the

Université SainteAnne (USA) Dragons on the home court. From the starting whistle it was clear that UNBSJ had the upper hand against USA.

UNBSJ took the lead early on and held it not only for the rest of the set, but also for the rest of the game. About halfway through the first set, the Dragons tried to up their game but it was in vain. The Seawolves played hard and took the set 25-20.

The second set followed the same as the first. USA lacked the confidence to go after the ball when it was clearly in bounds which cost them much needed points. UNBSJ won the second set 25-14, meaning they only needed one more set to take the match.

The Dragons kept trying in the third set, but it was to no avail. The majority of the points for USA in this set came from simple mistakes made by the Seawolves. The home team seemed to have stopped trying as if they sensed the easy win. The Dragons appeared to be an inexperienced, leading to the loss of the 25-12, giving UNBSJ a three set win.

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