Vikings volleyball triumphs at Corning tournament

Skylar Blankenship
Sports Editor

Women's volleyball won two games against Broome, Corning and Tompkins-Cortland at the Corning tournament this past week. Photo by Dylan Haugen | The Hudsonian Student Newspaper

Women’s volleyball won two games against Broome, Corning and Tompkins-Cortland at the Corning tournament this past week.

Facing off against Broome, Corning and Tompkins-Cortland at the pod tournament hosted by Corning on Sat. 23rd, the women’s volleyball team went 2-1.

Against SUNY Broome’s Hornets, the lady vikings went 3-2 (17-25, 35-23, 25-22, 16-25, 15-12). In their match versus Broome, the Vikings scored 28 kills on 28 assists and a total of 96 digs.

Sophomore libero Megan Woods, a digital media major, and freshman OS/DS Kristen Digs, a computer science major, contributed with 22 digs and 19 digs, respectively. Alayna Fredenburg, a sophomore individual studies major, added another 14 digs. Also contributing, with 13 digs each, was RS Olivia Fischer, a freshman business major, and setter/OH Danielle Pardo, a sophomore mechanical engineering in technology major.

Hudson Valley went two for three (27-25, 19-25, 15-25, 25-17, 15-17) in their match against Corning Community College’s Red Barons. The Vikings had a total of 38 kills, 30 assists and 141 digs.

Woods had a total of 46 digs. Fischer and Fredenburg added another 31 and 23 digs, respectively. Pardo also contributed 16 digs.

In their last match of the day against Tompkins-Cortland Community College’s Panthers, the Vikings went 3-0 (25-13, 25-12, 25-12) with a total of 25 kills.

Fredenburg contributed 9 kills and 14 digs. Woods and Fischer also added 17 and 10 digs each.
The tournament brought the team’s season record to 5-7. Hudson Valley’s women’s volleyball team also reached an average of 5.92 kills per set, 5.25 assists per set, 13.26 digs per set and a total of 904 attacks.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: