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Ancila volleyball Splits Two at Danville Tri-Match
 October 1, 2012

DONALDSON, IN – The Lady Chargers won one game against host Danville Area Community College 25-17, 25-15, 25-11. Ancilla also faced South Suburban and lost in three close sets 26-28, 23-25, 23-25. The Lady Chargers record continues to climb and is now 12-8 overall on the season.

Coach Singleton mentioned, “With as disappointed as I was in the loss to South Suburban, I was really happy in our play against Danville Area CC. Against South Suburban we had 21 attacking errors and 10 service errors. When a game is tight and you lose by two points in each of the three sets, we knew we could not give points away as unforced errors killed us. I really thought we dug the ball well. South Suburban is a much improved team, they have 14-15 wins this season but we gave up points on key opportunities. Standouts in that game have to be Keri Friend (Rossville, IN) on defense with her 22 digs, and Kaylia Richardson (Indianapolis, IN) and Hayley Mavrick’s (Greentown, IN) 11 and 10 kills respectively.”

Singleton noted, “Against Danville, our Lady Chargers came out fired up. Danville had beaten South Suburban in the first match of the day. Kaylia Richardson had a great game with 6.5 blocks and 13 kills in 23 attempts. Mieka Wagner (Evansville, IN) led the defense with 11 digs for a solid job in the back row. Hayley Mavrick played consistently well all day adding her 12 kills in 24 attempts. Jessica Moore (Walkerton, IN) was on fire as well with 6 kills in 9 attempts. The most pleasant surprise of the afternoon was the play of Sydney Beaune (Sault Sainte Marie, MI). Sydney came in and dished out 19 assists and added 2 block solos and 2 block assists for the Lady Chargers.”

The Chargers play next when hosting Kalamazoo Valley Community College on Tuesday, October 2nd 6:30p.m.

Ancilla College enrolls 500 students in 17 degree programs ranging from accounting to nursing. It was founded by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in 1937, and is located 2 miles south of US 30 on Union Road near Plymouth.

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