The Nyack College Warriors volleyball team competed in their last away conference game of the season against USciences. In a match where the Warriors weren't going down without a fight, they took the match to five whole sets but were unable to finisha and pull out the win, losing to USciences.
In the first set of the match, the Warriors opened up the game on a serving run by Cassady Hymes earning the first five points in a row. From there, the Warriors only kept gaining on their lead pulling ahead of USciences by almost ten points. Towards the end of the set, USciences began to pick up their momentum but it wasn't enough and the Warriors won the set with a final score of 25-19.
In the second set of the match, the Warriors could not side out losing the first seven points of the set and digging themsleves a hole in which they would need to work really hard to come out of. The Warriors finally put themselves on the scoreboard with a kill by Rachel Medin. From there, the Warriors worked to bridge the point gap but was unable to produce anything promising losing the set with a final score of 25-12.
In the third set of the match, the Warriors were determined to do better and pulled ahead, taking the lead on a service run by British Dawson. USciences slowly earned their lost points back tieing up the score at 13-13. From there both teams traded points with multiple tied scores. The Warriors managed to pull ahead earning the last five points of the game in a row and securing the set win with a final score of 25-20.
In the fourth set of the match, the Warriors found the lead early on but then lost it towards the middle of the game. At a score of 13-8, USciences, who was down by five managed to earn back all of their points and pull ahead of the Warriors on a service run where they earned seven points in a row. From there, both teams battled for every point continuously tieing up the score. The Warriors were unable to finish in their favor losing the set with a final score of 26-24.
In the fifth and final set the Warriors were the first to eight points but USciences came back and managed to tie up the score at 11-11. From there, both teams traded points but Nyack was unable to push through until the end losing the set with a final score of 15-13 and the match 3-2.
Up Next: The Nyack College Warriors volleyball team will not proceed into playoffs concluding their 2019 season with a conference record of 6-13.