BUCKHANNON – Head coach Nancy Wheeler's West Virginia Wesleyan volleyball team moved their Mountain East Conference record to 2-1 Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory over Glenville State at Rockefeller Center.
Wesleyan defeated Glenville State in four sets -- 25-15, 25-15, 21-25, 25-18.
The first set was tight early on as Wesleyan held a 9-7 lead, but a kill from Hannah King led the Lady Bobcats to real off four straight points to take a commanding 13-7 lead.
Wesleyan's biggest margin in the first set was the 10-point advantage at the end.
The second set was much like the first as it was close early, with the score tied at 6-6.
An attack error by Glenville State led the way for four straight Wesleyan points and a 10-6 lead.
Wesleyan never looked back as they cruised to another 10-point win.
Glenville State rebounded with a late third set run to steal that frame.
Wesleyan lead late 18-16 but the Lady Pioneers outscored the Lady Bobcats by a 9-3 score the rest of the way for the four-point win.
Glenville State carried that momentum into the fourth set taking a 13-9 lead.
A kill by Ebonie Hicks started the rally for Wesleyan as they outscored Glenville State 16-5 the rest of the match.
King led the offense with 18 kills, followed by Emily Doyle with 10 and Hicks with nine.
Buckland had a strong night setting, recording 37 assists.
Wesleyan improved to 6-10 overall.
Glenville State fell to 0-11 overall and 0-3 in the MEC.
Wesleyan is back in action Friday hosting the West Virginia State Yellow Jackets at 7 p.m. in a conference clash.