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On Friday, October 30, the Alice Lloyd College Lady Eagles volleyball squad traveled to North Carolina to face home-standing Carolina University. They followed that up the next day by venturing to West Virginia to battle Appalachian Bible College and Mid-Atlantic Christian University.

Alice Lloyd College 15 13 15
Carolina University 25 25 25

In the opening game, the Eagles stayed close early before bowing 25-15. In game 2, CU looked impressive as they controlled the game, 25-13.

In game 3, the Eagles fought hard but Carolina pulled away to seal the deal, 25-15.

On the day for ALC, sophomore Reiley McCoy led with 5 kills. Fellow sophomore Adrianna Riley contributed 18 digs to the club. Freshman Caroline Parsons recorded 4 assists, while junior Jasmine Hamilton led the squad with 3 blocks.

Alice Lloyd College 22 25 25 25
Appalachian Bible College 25 13 7 17

In the second match, the Eagles battled hard in Game 1 before ABC took over late to win 25-22. In Game 2, the visitors steadily moved ahead to win with a 25-13 victory.

In Game 3, ALC was impressive as they grabbed the early advantage and extended it for the solid 25-7 win. In Game 4, the hosts gave a good fight early but the Lady Eagles grabbed the advantage and extended it for the clinching 25-17 win.

On the day for ALC, sophomores Reiley McCoy and Callie Richardson led with 11 kills apiece while classmate Adrianna Riley contributed 23 digs to the club. Freshmen Caroline Parsons and Kristen Isaac recorded 19 and 14 assists, while Richardson led the squad with 4 blocks.

 

Alice Lloyd College 25 25 25
Mid-Atlantic Christian 14 15 23

In the third match, the Eagles got off to a great start in Game 1 and coasted to the 25-14 win.

In Game 2, ALC steadily moved ahead once more and would go on to win with a 25-15 victory.

In Game 3, MAC was determined not to go down easy as they battled the Caney Creek squad point-for-point. Fortunately, the Lady Eagles made two big scores at the end to earn the sweep, 25-23.

On the day for ALC, sophomore Reiley McCoy and freshman Brooklyn Cheek led with 8 kills apiece while sophomore Adrianna Riley contributed 30 big digs to the club. Freshmen Caroline Parsons and Kristen Isaac recorded 10 and 18 assists, while junior Jasmine Hamilton, Cheek, and Richardson led the squad with 6, 4, and 4 blocks respectively, Parsons and sophomore Jenni Droke each had 2 aces.