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Volleyball Drops 3-0 Decision at Clemson




Sept. 22, 2012

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Freshman Katty Workman notched a match-high 17 kills, but BC volleyball dropped a 3-0 (25-21, 25-20, and 25-17) straight-set decision at Clemson in Jervey Gymnasium on Saturday night.

The host Tigers (10-4, 1-2 ACC) outhit Boston College (7-8, 1-2 ACC) .296 to .162 and led in team blocks 10.0 to 3.0.

Workman, a native of Thousand Oaks, Calif., hit .351 in the match and reached double-figures in kills in a match for the 13th time this season while also contributing six digs. Junior setter Cagla Sen accumulated 32 assists and six digs in the match, marking the ninth time this year she has had 20 or more assists in a match.

Sophomore Courtney Castle posted eight kills and 10 digs for the Eagles while sophomore libero Lauren Fields had a team-high 13 digs.

The Tigers, picked to finish third in the ACC preseason poll, attacked with a balanced offense as Moneshia Simmons (who entered the weekend second in the ACC in kills per set), Sandra Adeleye (a preseason All-ACC selection), and Kristin Faust each recorded 13 kills.

For the second consecutive match the Eagles pushed their opponent in the first set but fell short, losing the first set to the Tigers, 25-21. Even competition marked the set with the opening set witnessing 14 ties and four lead changes. BC led at 20-18 before Clemson used a 7-1 run to close the set. Workman notched six kills in the set while Castle registered six digs and two kills. Fields came through with seven digs, and Sen tallied 13 assists in set number one.

BC challenged the Tigers again in the second set but dropped set number two to Clemson 25-20. Clemson took a lead in the set at 12-11 which they did not relinquish, but BC pulled within two at 20-18 causing CU to use a timeout. From there the hosts used a 5-2 run to close out the set. Workman posted another six kills in the set bringing her total to 12 kills with another set to play. Sen dished out nine assists in the set upping her total to 22 assists through the first two sets while Castle chipped in with two kills and three digs in the set.

The Eagles kept it close with the Tigers for much of the third set, but Clemson took the decisive set 25-17. The visitors trailed CU by just one at 16-15 before the hosts took the next five points and nine of the last 11 points for the set and match victory. Workman added five kills to her total in the set while Sen tallied 10 assists in set number three. Castle had four kills in the final set.

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