Shawnee State (Ohio)
- 14||Kills||Macie Rhoads
- 25||Assists||Maria Kolinoff
Bianca Rodriguez - 2
- 17||Digs||Emilee Cochran
- 4||Blocks||Nashail Shelby
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio--Cumberland women's volleyball played their make-up match with Shawnee State this afternoon losing 3-1 after taking the first set.
Cumberland had four players record double-digit kills led by Sydney Pearce with 14. Nicole Carey registered 11 kills, while Isabella Curcio and Lauren Galvan each had 10. Victoria Johnson recorded a double-double with 23 assists and 13 digs while Bianca Rodriguez also notched 25 assists. Sadie Edmonston had a team-high 17 digs and Jovana Cernjanski posted 10 digs.
Cumberland took the first set 25-22. Both teams rallied back and forth until 10-10 before CU went on a 7-3 to take a 17-13 lead. Cumberland maintained the three-point lead throughout the set.
In set two, Cumberland trailed 17-16, but attack errors by the Phoenix gave the Bears a three-point run. The Bears rattled off six of the last seven points to win the set 25-20.
Shawnee State and Cumberland battled in the third set as Shawnee State slightly edged out the Phoenix in extra rallies winning 27-25.
The Bears took the fourth and final set rather easily winning 25-17.
Cumberland will return to action on Thursday at home against Life University.