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UMBC VOLLEYBALL DROPS 3-1 MATCH TO NORTHEASTERN
Christine Skala became the seventh member of the UMBC 1,000 dig club on Friday night.
UMBC trailed 29-26 in the first set before Julia Waclawiak (
The Huskies used 18 kills and a .389 hitting percentage in the second set to take advantage of UMBC’s .128 hitting percentage (13 kills on 47 attacks) and take a 2-0 set advantage.
The Retrievers retaliated by taking the third set as Teoh dropped seven kills and Berman five for the Retrievers. The Huskies, however, forced 11 attacking errors by UMBC in the fourth set and hit .300 with 17 kills to end the match with a 3-1 victory.
Teoh recorded a match-high 26 kills with a .206 hitting percentage. She also extended her double-double streak to seven straight with 14 digs. Berman finished with 17 kills and Jessie Folk added 11. Gross recorded a double-double with 14 digs to go with her 53 assists.
The Huskies were led by 21 kills from Batura and 20 from Whitney Turner. Ashley Adamczyk had a big night with 32 digs while Batura’s double-double came with 20 digs. Bree Peterson recorded a team-high 30 assists.
The 39-37 set in game one of the match is the most points in a single-set in UMBC history. The 30-point rally scoring format went into effect in 2001. Sets were to 15 points in previous years.
UMBC returns to action for their season finale with Senior Night on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. in UMBC RAC Arena.