Wolves Fall to Mustangs in Quarterfinals

Emily Cottrell led Keuka College with 13 digs on Tuesday
Emily Cottrell led Keuka College with 13 digs on Tuesday

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Keuka College Women's Volleyball team lost in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Quarterfinals in straight sets at Morrisville State on Tuesday evening.

Keuka College ends its season with a 7-22 record. The Wolves were led in kills by Meg Calhoun and Lauren Moelbert, each with six. Emily Cottrell finished with a team-high 13 digs.

Morrisville State 3 (25, 25, 25) at Keuka College 0 (9, 13, 20)

Morrisville State came out strong against the Wolves on Tuesday. The Mustangs used multiple runs in the set to grow a lead. The Wolves only had two kills in the set as Morrisville won the open 25-9.

The Mustangs once again established an early lead over the Wolves and did not look back. Morrisville State won the second set 25-13, taking a 2-0 lead in the match.

Keuka College battled in the third set. They trailed by two, 9-7, when Morrisville State went on a run. Down, 18-9, the Wolves scored five straight to narrow the margin to four points, but it was not enough. Morrisville State would go on to win the third set 25-20, sweeping the match in straight sets.

KC Notes:

  • Keuka College remains 17-5 all-time against Morrisville State
  • Morrisville has won three straight against Keuka College
  • The Wolves are now 3-1 in the NEAC First Round/Quarterfinals
  • Keuka College had 3 players with double-digit digs. Emily Cottrell had 13 and Meg Calhoun and Jadine Buddingh each finished with 10 digs