Devils win conference opener, but fall short against Mustangs

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ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Dickinson women’s volleyball earned a crucial win in their Centennial Conference opener against Muhlenberg College, before falling short of the afternoon sweep by losing a non-conference game to Stevenson University in the Muhlenberg Tri-Match at Memorial Hall on Saturday afternoon.

Match One – DIABLOS 3, Mules 0 (25-19, 25-20, 25-16)
Dickinson started the game strong emma long Y Mathilde Verbitsky move away kills to make it 4-1. The two sides share the next eight points with alexa barowski, Emma Popham, and Verbitsky pushing the lead to 8-5. After a shot by Isabella Pontrelli, the rojiblancos started an 8-1 Amelia Kim, Barowski and Lange opened up to 16-7. The Mulos rallied with seven of the next nine to finish 18-14. The kills of Kim, Lange and Verbitsky helped DC outscore the hosts 7-5 the rest of the way for the 25-19 victory.

The Reds and Whites used scores from Lange and Verbitsky to jump out to an early 5-3 lead. A shot by Christina Marcin made it 6-5, before Lillian Bigsby Barowski, Lange, Popham and Verbitsky keep murders and Camille Dofiles he recorded an ace to extend the gap to double figures at 19-9. Muhlenberg then put together an 8-1 run cutting it to 20-17. Dofiles and Lange would help DC put the set at 25-20.

Both teams split the first eight points as avery-lewis and Popham posted an ace and a kill respectively. A push from 4-2 Mulas gave them an 8-6 lead. However, Dickinson responded with a 6-2 charge as Barowski, Lange and Verbitsky each scored points to regain a 12-10 lead. An Esmae Oehler kill and a combined block by Catherine Maguire and Rachel Jacobs tied the score at 12-12, but then a 6-3 reply for the Devils gave them an 18-15 lead when Kim hit a kill. A mistake of grace coccagnahe stopped the charge for a second as Dickinson finished the match on a 7-0 rampage to close out the match.

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mule leaders
Deaths – Oehler (14)
Excavations – Alyssa Faville (15)
Assists – Emma Eglinton (24)

Red Devil Leaders
Deaths: Lange (16), Verbitsky (8)
Excavations – Kim (12), Ann Marie Patterson (eleven)
Assists – Dofiles (36)

Game two: Mustangs 3, DEVILS 0 (22-25, 14-25, 18-25)
The two sides started even as they traded points up to 14-14, with Barowski, Lange and Popham recording kills for the Reds and Whites. After a touchdown by Haley Hoover, Dickinson added four straight points through sophia denayer, Barowski and Verbitsky made it 18-15. Stevenson then responded with a 10-7 push as the kills of Barowski, Kim, Lange and Verbitsky weren’t enough to prevent a 25-22 Mustangs win.

An ace to Dofiles along with a kill to Verbitsky gave DC a 3-0 lead to start the second. Unfortunately, Stevenson came back with an 8-2 push when a Giulia Viglietta kill made it 8-5. After two straight Devils points, the Mustangs responded with six of the next seven to take the lead to 15-8. A Lange score cut it to 15-10, but a 10-4 run from Stevenson capped the set at 25-14.

Barowski, Dofiles, Kim, Popham and Verbitsky helped DC take an early 7-5. A 5-1 run for the Mustangs with spikes from Rileigh Kimball, Sarah Straub, Makala Thompson and Viglietta put them back in front 10-8. The next ten points were shared with Lange, Kim and Patterson bringing the Red-Whites closer to 16-15. Yet once again, it would be Stevenson who would put together a late charge as Kylie Deslauriers finished a 9-3 slam to end the game and tie it 25-18.

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mustang leaders
Deaths: Viglietta (11), Hoover (10)
Excavations – Shannon Baily (16)
Assists – Samantha Simmers and Thompson (16)

Red Devil Leaders
Deaths – Verbitsky (7), Kim (6)
Excavations – Dofiles (14), Patterson (10)
Assists – Dofiles (22)

next on the court
Dickinson (6-4, 1-0 Centennial) returns to the Kline Center on Wednesday night at 7 pm when he is welcomed to Johns Hopkins University in Carlisle.