Women’s Volleyball hold fourth place in ACAA standings

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It’s the final playoff push for the Seawolves as the ACAA Volleyball Championships are just a little over two weeks away.

The Seawolves hosted the UKC Blue Devils on Saturday afternoon, in what turned out the be a set for set battle between the Wolves and the Blue Devils.

UKC, who currently sit at 8th in the standings put forward an impressive effort against the 4th placed Seawolves, claiming the first set 25 – 20. UNB Saint John answered the first set loss with a 25 – 18 second set win.

More back and forth between the teams as the next two sets went one a piece to drive it to five.

In the end the Seawolves were able to grab victory from the Blue Devils with a narrow 15 – 13 win, claiming the match.

Alison Stymiest led the Seawolves with 13 kills along with 18 digs. Indigo Clement contributed 12 kills and 18 digs while Katherine Houser added 11 kills and Veronique McGrath finished with 40 assists. Emilie Fitzpatrick had a match-high of 23 digs.

For the Blue Devils, Emma Clark had 13 kills and Leah Lowe-Davies had 11 kills. Marianna Saunders added 15 digs, Brianna Brewer had 28 assists and Ashley Glenn chipped in with 4 service aces.

The Wolves visit Mount Allison today for an important match-up. The Mounties sit just one spot under the Wolves in the standings with only a 4 point differential between the two teams.

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