Women’s Volleyball team improves record after weekend win over Mounties

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The UNB Saint John Seawolves handed Mount Allison a loss over the weekend in ACAA Women’s Volleyball action.

The Seawovles first met the Mounties in November, falling to the Sackville NB team 3 sets to 2 and were looking for redemption in the second contest of the season.

The first set was an easy win for the Seawolves, putting up 25 points while the Mounties delivered 12. Second set the Mounties were able to pull closer to the Wolves losing by only 6 points with a score of 25-19.

The Seawolves dropped the third set 25-11 to Mount Allison who gained some traction in the game before losing the fourth and final set with the same score, but in the favour of the Seawolves.

Alison Stymiest led the Seawolves with a match-high of 12 kills while Taneesha Dalling contributed 14 defensive digs and Veronique McGrath added 24 assists.

Sydney Umiah had 10 kills for Mount Allison. Lynn Arsenault had 14 defensive digs and Madison Archibald added a match-high 25 assists.

The Seawolves improved to 8 and 6 while the Mounties dropped to 6 and 7.

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