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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Volleyball Does Quick 3-0 Sweep of Washington Adventist

BOWIE, Md. - The Bowie State University Lady Bulldogs volleyball team took less than an hour to knockoff Washington Adventist University, sweeping the Lady Shock in straight sets and winning by scores of 25-14, 25-16 and 25-14. With the win, Bowie State improves their overall record to 5-16 while Washington Adventist remains winless at 0-11.

Leading the charge for Bowie State were juniors Marissa Martinez (Albuquerque, N.M.) and Yaje Ngundam (Bowie, Md.) with a match-high seven kills apiece. Ngundam also served up a match-high and career-best 12 service aces. Sophomore Brooke Archer-Simpson (Bowie, Md.) setup her teammates a match-high 16 assists while sophomore Amy Harvey (Laurel, Md.) chipped in another six assists.

Sophomore India Mason (New Orleans, La.) contributed seven kills on 11 attacks, was credited with one service ace and one dig. Archer-Simpson and Martinez paced the Lady Bulldogs with a match-high seven and five digs respectively and Ngundam tallied four digs. Redshirt sophomore Alicia Grant (Edgewood, Md.) accounted for four digs in the three-set victory.

Chinyere Nwaoha (Brooklyn, N.Y.) led the Washington Adventist Lady Shock with for kills and Sarah Allsop (Wilmington, Del.) along with Zjayah Baker (Stoudsburg, Pa.) knocked down three kills each in the loss.

Michelle Quintero (McAllen, Texas) was responsible for all 11 Lady Shock assists while Alejandra Campos (Vienna, Va.) led Washington Adventist on defense with a team-high six digs.

The Lady Bulldogs will have little time to rest as Bowie State will host division foe Virginia State University at 6 pm on Thursday (October 9th) in the Leonidas S. James Complex (A.C. Jordan Arena).

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