The Mustangs volleyball team traveled to Harcum College to compete in their last regular season match up of the year. The team finished strong with a three set win against the Bears. Set scores were 25-8, 25-7, and 25-14.
Mustangs Head Coach Misti Volpe said of the game, "Our girls played with a renewed energy tonight coming together after each play and cheering."
Offensively the team was led by Liz Herezi who collected 10 kills for the evening and hit a season high .562. Marissa Raimondi trailed with seven kills and a .545. As a whole the team averaged a .397 efficiency.
Reichert pushed out 25 assists for the offensive effort. Each player on the team contributed with kills, even libero Kelsey Kowalick put some time in on the outside and put away a ball, showcasing the teams' offensive strength. The Mustangs also collected 25 aces on the night, 11 from the efforts of Alex Griffin. Reichert and Herezi chipped in six apiece.
On defense, the Mustangs picked up 19 defensive digs, led by Kowalick who picked up eight. Reichert also collected five digs for the evening. Service-reception patterns were lead by Herezi and Jen Casatelli, who each passed a flawless game with seven passes apiece.
The Mustangs finished regular season play tied for 2nd place in the EPAC, with Harrisburg Area Community College. A coin flip decided that seed 2 would go to Harrisburg and seed 3 to Montgomery.
The Mustangs will travel to Bergen Community College, the #2 seed from the GSAC, to compete in the first round of single elimination playoffs for NJCAA Region 19 Championship. The game will be held at 7:00 p.m.