OSWEGO, N.Y. — The Keuka College Women's Volleyball lost in four sets to hosts Oswego State on Tuesday in a non-conference match.
Keuka College (5-11, 1-1 NEAC) was led offensively by Abby Anderson with 13 kills. Senior Lauren Moelbert was also in double-figures with 11 kills. Alyssa Rex facilitated the offense with 35 assists and Emily Cottrell anchored the defensive efforts with 23 digs.
Oswego State 3 vs. Keuka College 1 – 25-20, 25-17, 22-25, 25-21
Oswego State used an early 5-0 run to build an 8-3 lead over the Wolves. Keuka College would pull it close in the set, but every time they did, the Lakers used a small run to create separation again. Oswego State took the opening set 25-20.
The Lakers rode the momentum into the second set, taking a lead on Keuka once again. The second set would be the only one of the match where Oswego State had more kills than the Wolves. The Lakers took a 2-0 lead in the match, winning the second 25-17.
Fighting to stay alive, it would be Keuka who took the early lead in the third. The Lakers would respond and the set would be tied and have the score change hands multiple times in the frame. The Wolves held a one-point lead at 23-22 when Grace Allen had back-to-back kills to give Keuka the third set 25-22.
The Wolves opened the fourth on an ace by Lauren Kuipers and built an early 5-1 advantage. A four-point run flipped the set back to Oswego State at 13-10 and the Lakers would not surrender the lead. Multiple times, the Wolves would draw it to a one-point game, but were never able to overcome the Lakers. Oswego State won the fourth set 25-21, taking the match 3-1.
- Dating back to 1975, Keuka College is now 16-34 all-time against Oswego State
- The Lakers have won the last four meetings
- Keuka College had a 46-37 advantage in kills on Tuesday. However, the Wolves also had a match-high 35 errors against 17 by Oswego
- Abby Anderson set a new career-high with 13 kills in the match
Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves return to North Eastern Athletic Conference play and their home floor on Saturday. Keuka College hosts the College of St. Elizabeth and Penn St.-Abington in a NEAC Crossover at the JMW Recreation and Athletics Center. Following the first match will also be a special celebration as it is Parents' Day and Keuka College will honor the families of the 2018 Women's Volleyball team.