The Central Connecticut volleyball team dropped its second
straight Northeast Conference match on Saturday, falling 3-1 on the
road at St. Francis (PA). Sophomore Emily
Cochrane led the offensive attack with 15 kills. The Blue
Devils are now 3-11 overall and 1-2 in NEC play. They return to
action at Robert Morris on Sunday.
St. Francis (PA) won the first two sets, 27-25 and 25-22, before the Blue Devils rebounded to take set three 25-13. The home Red Flash completed the victory with a 26-24 score in the fourth set.
Cochran's 15 kills led the Blue Devils, while teammate Jamie Rademacher added 13 kills. Senior Amanda Bayer had 39 assists to lead the offensive attack.
Senior Kaitlin Petrella's 22 digs led the Blue Devil defense. Tori Vaughan had four block assists and added six kills. Sophomore Blaike King had seven kills in the loss.
The Blue Devils finish their weekend trip to Pennsylvania at Robert Morris on Sunday at 1 p.m.