ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. – The Susquehanna women’s volleyball team was back in action this weekend at the Elizabethtown Tournament and split a pair of matches on Saturday.
The Crusaders (21-11) fell to host Elizabethtown in straight sets (19-25, 20-25, 18-25) before rebounding to win a five-set decision over Carnegie Mellon by scores of 31-29, 18-25, 12-25, 25-20, 15-13).
Against Elizabethtown, Kaylee Monga led the team with nine kills while four players reached double figures in digs: Shona St. Angelo (16), Kelly O’Brien (12), Emily Bwint (11) and Emily Carson (11). St. Angelo also added a team-best 21 assists while Monga chipped in four block assists for SU.
With little time between matches, the Crusaders still found a way to rebound and win a five-setter over Carnegie Mellon. This time, three players reached double-digit kill totals, led by senior Lindsey Jankiewicz’s 22. Jankiewicz also led the team with three service aces and five blocks (three solo, two assisted).
Carson added a double-double with 12 kills and 13 digs. St. Angelo, meanwhile, again led the team in assists with 35 to complement seven digs.
Next match: Wednesday, Oct. 27 at PSU-Berks at 7 p.m.