WRITTEN BY WANDA BRYCE
Earlier this afternoon, the St. Francis College Terriers went up against Bryant University who are in fifth place in the NEC. The Bulldogs came out victorious in this three set game, winning all three. The first ended at 25-11, the second at 25-13 and the third at 25-15. This was yet another home court disappointment for the Terriers.
It is important to note, that all except one from the Bulldogs team recorded three service points. Bulldogs’ freshman Natasha Scarff had 12 kills, seemingly carrying the weight of her team. She was the only one to record double figures in kills for her team and ultimately the entire game. Freshman Alexandra Lunsford and sophomore Sara DePouw also did well by recording eight and seven kills, respectively.
On the other hand, the Terriers played poorly, recording 15 kills combined that is just three more than a single player from the opposition. Superstar freshman, Brooke Haliscak ended the game with a total of five kills; sophomore Domenique Gerard recorded a total of four kills, while both Niehely Sosa and Maggie Niu ended the game with two.
The game lasted for approximately one hour and 30 minutes; however, the Terriers just could not find their mojo. To this date, the Terriers remain eighth in the conference. They have not won a single game from any of their conference matchups. This was their fifth game; they hope to get a taste of victory in the near future.
Bryant University now boasts. With this win they now move into a three-way tie for fourth place with Sacred Heart University and Central Connecticut State University. The Bulldogs have won two of their five conference games and lost three this season.
The Terriers’ overall record for the 2014 season is currently (2-19). They will play their next game against NEC counterpart New Jersey Institute of Technology. This game will be played on the road in Newark, NJ on October 15 at 7 pm.