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Beckley, WV: On November 12th /13th, the Alice Lloyd College Lady Eagles volleyball squad traveled to the Mountaineer state to play for the NCCAA Mideast Regional championship. The second-seeded Lady Eagles would face third-seeded Boyce College in the semi-final match. A victory there would send ALC to the finals where a berth to the NCCAA DII National Championship in Kissimmee (FL) awaited the winner.  

November 12th

Alice Lloyd College 25 25 25
Boyce 19 15 21

In the opening game, the two squads battled hard as they both knew what was at stake. Fortunately, the Lady Eagles made several nice plays to gain some separation. They would use this momentum to pull out a 25-19 decision. 

In Game 2, Boyce looked to even up the score, but ALC would come through with a solid show of teamwork. The Alice Lloyd ladies would grab the lead and extend it until the final point as they pulled out the 25-15 win. 

In Game 3, ALC came out determined to end things as they grabbed an early advantage. Boyce fought hard to provide some drama, but the Pippa Passes club eventually sealed the deal, 25-21 to advance to the championship match. 

On the day for ALC, Reiley McCoy and Brooklyn Cheek led in kills with 7, while Jenni Droke contributed 15 digs. Lakyn Porter registered 3 blocks, while Caroline Parsons recorded 16 assists. 

November 13th

Alice Lloyd College 14 19 14
Johnson University 25 25 25

In the championship opening game, the squads traded points early before JU put together a nice run to take the 14-25 win.

In Game 2, ALC looked to even up the score and battled passionately to tie things up. Unfortunately, a late flurry by the Tennessee squad would deliver them the 25-19 victory.

In Game 3, Alice Lloyd hoped to gain the advantage and played hard. Unfortunately, Johnson proved why they were the overall number one seed as they seized upon their earlier momentum and rode it to a 14-25 match-clinching win.

On the day for ALC, Jasmin Hamilton led in kills with 4 while Jenni Droke contributed 13 digs and 2 aces.  Hamilton and Brooklyn Cheek led the way with 2 blocks each while Kristin Issac recorded 7 assists. 

The Lady Eagles close out the 2021 campaign with a sparkling 14-7 record. The squad set school records for most wins in a season (14) as well as the highest winning percentage (66.7%) in a single season.