Lady 'Cats Fall Twice at Spike Out Hunger Challenge

Lady 'Cats Fall Twice at Spike Out Hunger Challenge

WINSTON-SALEM (N.C.) – Just like the night before, the West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcat volleyball team raced out to a 2-0 lead only to lose a 3-2 decision in the Spike Out Hunger Challenge here today at Winston-Salem State University

Last night it was against Chowan, this morning it was to Tuskagee.

Wesleyan won the first two sets by scores of 25-13 and 25-12, but after dominating those sets, they dropped the third and fourth sets, 25-16 and 25-23.

In the fifth and final set, Wesleyan had leads of 9-4 and 13-11, but dropped a 15-13 decision.

Full statistics of this contest are incomplete at this time.

In their second outing of the day, Wesleyan dropped a 3-0 decision to host Winston-Salem State.

Wesleyan dropped a very close 25-23 decision in the first set, but dropped a 25-19 contest in the second set and a 25-15 verdict in the third set.

Stacie Baumann paced the Lady Bobcats in kills with six while Paulina Nottingham had nine assists.

Nymradel Husted collected nine digs.

Wesleyan dropped to 0-3 overall.

They will open their home season this Tuesday when they host Point Park (Pa.) at 7 p.m.