|September 03, 2016||1st||2nd||3rd||Final|
- 9||Kills||Sierra Smith
- 19||Assists||Taylor Baird
Taylor Kasper - 2
- 11||Digs||Taylor Baird
Caylie Teel - 9
- 4||Blocks||Kari Feddema
|September 03, 2016||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||5th||Final|
- 15||Kills||Leah Hofmann
- 29||Assists||Kayleigh Hulst
- 3||Aces||Taina' Soranzo
- 21||Digs||Louise Back
Isidora Markovic - 2
Mikayla Wickham - 2
Michelle Evans - 2
LEBANON, Tenn. – Sara Glassman recorded 45 assists while Maci Lerno collected 22 kills as Cumberland beat Grace College 3-0 but fell to Northwestern Ohio in a five set match on the last day of the UNOH Silver Spike Classic.
Rachel Clement posted 19 assists while Isidora Markovic collected nine kills to secure Cumberlands 3-0 victory over Grace College in the first match of the day.
The Phoenix came out strong scoring six consecutive points with two kills from Maci Lerno and Ashton Perez including a few attack errors on Grace College, playing in CU’s favor.
Five straight points for the Lancers would help them try to make a comeback but the Phoenix would hold onto the lead, 11-6.
A tip from Amanda Worrell, Mikayla Wickham and Markovic would put Cumberland up 14-9. Grace College would then score four points and fall behind by four making the score, 17-13.
With a few attack errors on the Lancers, a service ace from Taylor Kasper and a point from Lerno the squad would close out the set, 25-20.
The second stanza started off going point for point up until when both teams were knotted at six. A kill from Masa Nalovic, Markovic and Perez would then make the score, 12-9.
Two tips from Lerno wouldn’t be enough as the Lancers tied the score at 18. A kill from Worrell, Markovic and Wickham and a block from Perez and Worrell would help CU take the set, 25-22.
Cumberland would take an early 8-3 lead in the final frame with a block from Perez and Worrell and three points from Worrell as well.
Grace College would knot the score at 11, but two kills from Wickham and one from Ashley Sherrick would help the Phoenix regain their lead, 16-15.
The Lancers would stay close to Cumberland but a point from Lerno and two from Wickham would help CU secure the final frame, 25-22.
Sara Glassman tallied 29 assists while Rachel Clement posted 19 as Cumberland fell to Northwestern Ohio in a five set match during their second game of the day.
Northwestern Ohio would score a few points early in the first frame but with two kills from Worrell and a couple attack errors on the Racers, CU would tie the game at seven.
A six point stretch for the Racers would help them regain a three point lead, but four consecutive points for the Phoenix would have them fall behind by just one, 15-14.
Two points from Lerno and Evans would put Cumberland back in the lead, 21-20. With two kills from Wickham and one from Nalovic, CU would take the first frame, 25-22.
The Racers would score a few early points in the second stanza putting them up 7-3. A tip from Worrell, Wickham and two from Markovic would help CU knot the game at nine. A six point stretch for Northwesten Ohio would help them regain their lead 14-13.
Kills from Worrell and Wickham would help CU as they tied the set at 19, but five straight points from the Racers would let them take the set, 25-23.
Lerno and Makovic opened up the third set with one kill each, and with a few attack errors on the Racers CU would take a three point lead, 8-6.
A tip from Worrell and two from Evans would help the Phoenix then take a three point lead, and then with five consecutive points with two from Lerno and one from Worrell, the squad would remain on top, 18-11.
Points from Lerno, Worrell and Evans and a block from Lerno and Worrell as well would then put Cumberland up 24-15 and a kill from Worrell would help Cumberland win the frame, 25-16.
Lerno and Nalovic would post one kill each to open the fourth set up, but three service aces for the Racers would put them up, 5-4. A kill from Sherrick, Evans and Wickham would knot the score at 11.
Lerno and Nalovic would add one point as Worrell would post two, and with a few points from the Racers would then tie the score at 18. Five straight points from Northwestern would help them win the stanza, 25-21.
The fifth and final frame would go point for point early on but a few attack errors on the Racers would play in Cumberlands favor giving them an early 7-3 lead. A few points from CU, but then a five point stretch for the Racers would knot the score at 10.
Five consecutive points for Northwestern Ohio would have them close out the final frame, 15-11.
Cumberland opens up their home schedule on Tuesday night as they take on Lindsey Wilson at 6:30 PM.