Streak snapped as NGU taken down by Emmanuel

October 07, 20171st2nd3rdFinal
North Greenville2019150
.225Hitting Pct..115
102Total Attacks113
Julie de Blanck - 14
KillsSamantha Hebb - 9
Stephanie Hardy - 34
AssistsSara Miller - 28
Julie de Blanck - 3
Stephanie Hardy - 3
Aysha Avery - 3
AcesKenzie Pierce - 1
Sara Miller - 1
Aysha Avery - 16
DigsKenzie Pierce - 10
Mikaila Linnens - 10
Guro Key Froberg - 3
Mia McKensey - 3
BlocksBrittany Tepedino - 3
Annie Beisecker - 3
Streak snapped as NGU taken down by Emmanuel
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Streak snapped as NGU taken down by Emmanuel

Tigerville, S.C. – The Crusaders’ six-game win streak was snapped by the Emmanuel College Lions as they fell in straight sets (25-20/ 25-19/ 25-15).

The Basics

  • Score: Emmanuel – 3 / NGU - 0
  • Location: Tigerville, South Carolina
  • Records: Emmanuel 9-7 (6-2) / NGU 11-7 (6-3)

How it Happened

  • The Lions went on a 4-0 run to break up an early even first set. A block by Mia McKensey and Guro Key Froberg gave the Lions a 16-15 lead that was never lost.
  • Late in set two, the Lions went on a 7-point run that was lead by Stephanie Hardy’s three service aces. A final kill by Julie de Blanck gave the Lions a 25-19 win.
  • The third set had a total of six service aces for the Lions. Three service aces by Julie de Blanck and a kill by Jessica Gray gave the Lions the final points of the match.

The Good Guys

  • Samantha Hebb led the Crusaders with 9-kills for the night. Kenzie Pierce added 8-kills, while Annie Beisecker had 7-kills and Katie McManaway with 6-kills.
  • Sara Miller added 28 assists to her season total of 660 assists.
  • Mikailia Linnes and Kenzie Pierce finished the game with 10 digs apiece.

The Other Team

  • Julie de Blanck led all players with 14-kills to go along with her 3 service aces. Guro Key Froberg added 7-kills with a game-high hitting percentage of .429.
  • Stephanie Hardy and Aysha Avery both contributed to the Lions 12 total service aces with 3 a piece.

Next Time Out

  • North Greenville will host Limestone College on Tuesday at 7:00pm in Hayes Gymnasium. The first time these two teams met this season, the Crusaders came from behind to win in five sets.