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UMBC Volleyball Topples Georgetown, 3-0; Scheetz Moves Into Eighth On Single-Season Assisted Blocks List
Junior Angela Anderson scored the match-winning service ace in the win over Georgetown.
BALTIMORE—The UMBC volleyball team extended their winning streak to four matches and their home win streak to eight matches as they defeated Georgetown, 3-0 (30-21, 30-15, 30-20) on Tuesday night at the RAC Arena.
The Retrievers (16-4) posted a hitting percentage of .330 for the match, with a single game percentage of .484 in game two, while the Hoyas (4-14) hit just .054 from the floor and have lost their last five-straight matches.
Sophomore Kira Giles (
Freshman Bridget Scheetz (
Dana Dumas led the Hoyas, tallying eight kills and 10 digs in the loss.
The Retrievers shut down the Hoyas quickly in game one, recording serving rallies of three points or more behind sophomore Ashley Oscars (Bakersfield, Calif./Liberty), freshman redshirt Helen Smith (Gaithersburg, Md./Watkins Mill), and sophomore Sarah Fillmore (Gaithersburg, Md./Gaithersburg) to take the 30-21 set win.
Game two was even more one-sided as the Retrievers hit an incredible .484 from the floor, while the Hoyas posted just a .094 hitting percentage. Multi-point serving runs behind Oscars, Giles, and freshman Sabrina Hoeks (
The Retrievers took an early, 5-0, lead in the third and final set behind Smith’s serve and traded points until a Giles’ serving run gave the Retrievers a 24-13 advantage. The Hoyas threatened with a 4-0 run to cut the deficit to eight points, but a kill by junior Angela Anderson (
The Retrievers take to the road for their first conference road matches this weekend as they face Stony Brook and