Volleyball: College defeats Towson, earns CAA tournament bid

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November 14, 2007

6:25 PM

In their regular-season finale, the Tribe clinched a spot in the CAA tournament, besting Towson University 3-0 (30-25, 30-17, 30-20). With Head Coach Debbie Hill coaching her final home match after 30 years at the helm, the College outhit Towson .303-.078 in the win.

p. Sophomore Bryana Carey led the team, posting 10 kills, while freshman Erin Skipper accumulated 13 put-aways. Junior Kim Mount provided 36 assists, while on the defensive side, classmate Jill Nowadly totaled 14 digs. Senior Megan McInnes served the match’s opening point, concluding her collegiate career after missing the entire season due to injury. Thanks to the victory, the Tribe will resume play Friday at 5 p.m. against James Madison University in the opening round of the CAA tournament in Newark, Del.

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