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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Virginia Union Volleyball Holds Off Bowie State in Four Sets

RICHMOND, Va. – The Bowie State University Lady Bulldogs put up a good fight on Monday night, but Virginia Union University prevailed in four sets by scores of 25-17, 25-18, 21-25 and 25-14. The loss snaps a three-match win streak and sets the Bowie State overall record at 4-16, 3-8 in the CIAA and 1-4 in the division.

As a team, Bowie State concluded the match with an total attack percentage of .056 while the Lady Panthers of Virginia Union (8-9, 7-3, 3-1) recorded an attack percentage of .130 over the four sets.

Lady Bulldogs’ sophomore India Mason (New Orleans, La.) paced the visitors with a team-high 11 kills on 26 attacks and contributed three block assists. Junior Yaje Ngundam (Bowie, Md.) picked up a match-high 18 digs while redshirt junior Marissa Martinez notched 15 digs. Ngundam was also responsible for eight kills on the night, second best on the team, a freshman Valerie Taylor knocked down four kills for Bowie State.

Bowie State sophomore Brooke Archer-Simpson (Bowie, Md.) had 26 of the 28 Lady Bulldogs assists and redshirt sophomore Alicia Grant (Edgewood, Md.) led the team in service aces with three to go along with five digs and one kill.

Virginia Union’s Chelsea Beaudoin had a match-high seven service aces and added seven kills and five digs in the win. Kristin Madison and Brittany Dobbins netted 11 and 10 kills respectively on a combined 48 attacks. Esha Atkins was tops in assists with 30 and Taylor Witherspoon earned a team-high 17 digs.

The Lady Bulldogs return to action on Wednesday (October 8th), hosting the Washington Adventist Lady Shock at 7 pm in BSU’s Leonidas S. James Complex (A.C. Jordan Arena).

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