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UMBC Women’s Volleyball Defeats Conference-Leading Stony Brook, 3-0
Ashley Oscars led the Retrievers with 14 kills in the win over Stony Brook
UMBC tied the first set up 24-24, followed by a kill by freshman outside hitter Ashley Oscars to give the Retrievers a 25-24 lead and spark a four point run behind sophomore outside hitter Sarah Ball’s serves to give the Retrievers a 28-24 lead. UMBC won the set 30-25 after a block assist by junior setter Stacey Carroll and senior middle blocker Jessie Folk.
The Retrievers were down 16-18 in the second set, before a kill by Oscars started a six point run behind redshirt sophomore outside hitter Angela Anderson’s serves to bring the Retrievers up 23-18. Folk won the set for the Retrievers 30-25 with a kill on the Seawolves.
The Retrievers were down once again in the third set, 15-19, before freshman setter Kira Giles served for seven consecutive points to make the score 22-19. Folk ended the third set and the match for the Retrievers with a kill on the Seawolves.
Oscars led the Retrievers with 14 kills, and just three errors for a hitting percentage of .344. Folk added 10 kills and a .667 hitting percentage, while Giles and Carroll each split the setting duties and each tallied 22 assists.
Morgan Sweany and Gulce Nazli Dikecligil each recorded double-doubles for the Seawolves with 17 kills and 11 digs, and 11 kills and 11 digs, respectively.
UMBC continues its home stand as they host conference-foe