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Nelsonville, OH: On August 28th and 29th, the Alice Lloyd College Lady Eagles volleyball squad traveled to the Buckeye State to play in a Quad Match split over two days. Each contest was best-of-three. When the smoke had cleared, ALC had earned a split.

Alice Lloyd College 25 25
Kent State Tuscarawas 19 10

In the opening game, the Eagles gave a great effort as they jumped ahead 15-4. KST would not get any closer than five points as the blue and white slammed the door shut on a 25-19 win.

In game 2, ALC was even more dominant, exploding to a 12-1 lead. They then cruised to the 25-10 clincher.

 On the day for ALC, senior Jasmine Hamilton and sophomore Kaylee Yates led with 4 kills apiece. Freshman Jayden Rogers contributed 13 digs to the club. Sophomore Caroline Parsons recorded 8 assists, while sophomore Brooklyn Cheek and Hamilton both recorded 2 blocks. Junior Adrianna Riley led the squad with 2 aces.

Alice Lloyd College 16 25 25
Hocking 25 22 16

In the second match, the Eagles battled hard in Game 1 and led 12-9. However, the Hawks rallied and went on a 10-2 run to gain momentum. They then closed with a flurry to win 16-25.

In Game 2, the squads traded points until the score reached 15-15. At that juncture, ALC grabbed the lead and refused to relinquish it. Despite the contest remaining close, the Kentucky girls took the win, 25-22.

In Game 3, the match was tied early and ALC led 17-14. From that point, the Pippa Passes ladies would close on an 8-2 burst to ensure the big win, 25-16.

On the day for ALC, Cheek led with 6 kills while junior Riley had 15 digs. Parsons recorded 6 assists, while Hamilton recorded 3 blocks. Sophomore Kristin Issac led the squad with 3 aces and Riley contributed 18 digs to the club. Parsons recorded 6 assists, while Hamilton led the squad with 3 blocks.

Alice Lloyd College 25 20 20
Potomac St.  18 25 25

In the opening match, the Eagles battled well in Game 1 and led the entire way. The Caney Creek squad would close out strong, and win 25-18.

In Game 2, the teams were knotted at 7-7 before Potomac blew out to a 17-8 advantage. ALC refused to fold and got to within 20-23 before PS scored the final two points to win, 20-25.

In a decisive Game 3, Alice Lloyd started poorly and quickly found themselves in a 7-15 hole. The Lady Eagles fought back and only trailed 16-19. Unfortunately, they could get no closer and fell, 20-25.

On the day for ALC, Rogers and Cheek led with 7 kills while senior Mckenzie Brewer and Riley both had 12 digs. Parsons recorded 9 assists, while Yates recorded 8 blocks. Rogers led the squad with 3 aces.

Alice Lloyd College 6 22
Cincinnati 25 25

In the final match, the Eagles played poorly in Game 1 against the strong Cincinnati squad. The contest was never in doubt as CC won 6-25.

In Game 2, both squads played exceptionally well as they traded points until the score read 17-17. At this point, the Ohio club slowly grabbed a small lead and managed to hold it down the stretch for the 22-25 win.

On the day for ALC, Hamilton led with 2 kills while Riley had 9 digs. Caroline Parsons recorded 3 assists, while Parsons led the squad with 3 aces.