|October 31, 2017||1st||2nd||3rd||Final|
Amanda Worrell - 8
- 12||Assists||Kate Harris
- 1||Aces||Marcella Compeau
Kate Harris - 3
- 12||Digs||Marcella Compeau
- 4||Blocks||Julia Fonseca
Annija Abolina - 3
LEBANON, Tenn. – 24th-ranked Campbellsville won the first two sets and trailed 12-7 in the third but went on a 9-4 run to make a comeback winning the final frame to sweep Cumberland on Tuesday in Campbellsville, Ky.
Masa Nalovic and Amanda Worrell posted eight kills apiece and Rachel Clement registered 12 assists in the match. Cumberland added five blocks Jena Goodman recorded 12 digs.
Big runs helped Campbellsville defeat Cumberland, going on a 10-3 spurt to open up the first frame. Annija Abolina collected three kills during the run and two errors on the Phoenix played in the Tigers favor. A kill from Caprisha Webster followed by two from Nalovic kept the squad within seven, 17-10.
CU tacked on four more points in the frame but four Cumberland errors and two service aces in a row helped the Tigers defeat the Phoenix in the opening set, 25-15.
The Tigers once again pulled ahead early in the second stanza with four kills from Julia Fonseca, putting Campbellsville on top 13-9. A combined effort behind the offense for Cumberland helped them knot the score at 13 off points from Worrell, Nalovic and Webster. The Tigers limited the Phoenix to just four more points in the frame before two errors and a service ace gave Campbellsville their final points to win the second set, 25-17.
A kill by Isidora Markovic and two errors on the Tigers gave Cumberland three straight points in the third set. A point by Fonseca and Katie Johnson evened the score at five but the Phoenix quickly responded with three kills from Markovic to regain the advantage.
The set was tied four more times before a 7-3 run for Campbellsville put them on top, 22-17. A kill by Sara Glassman and an error on the Tigers gave the Phoenix their final points in the frame. Three unanswered points for Campbellsville secured the final set, 15-19, to sweep the Phoenix.
Fonseca tallied 12 kills and Marcella Compeau added 18 digs. The Tigers hit .285 percent and posted five blocks on the night.
Cumberland returns home for their final regular season match versus Georgetown College on Thursday, November 2 at 7 p.m.