Sept. 7, 2007
WORCESTER, Mass. - Loyola College's Karlee Woodward logged kills on more than half of her hitting attempts, but it was not enough to push the Greyhounds past Hartford in the first match of the Crusader Classic at Holy Cross on Friday evening.
The Hawks (2-5) won their second-straight match with a 30-24, 22-30, 31-29, 30-27 defeat of the Greyhounds (4-6).
Woodward hit a season-best .522 in the match, recording 12 kills in 23 hitting attempts without an error. She also had a service ace and four total blocks, one solo.
Rachel Schillinger was also effective from the middle. She finished with 10 kills and two errors in 22 swings. Schillinger had a game-high five blocks, four of them assisted.
Nina Camaioni had a team-best 13 kills for Loyola, along with 11 digs and four aces.
Chrissey Cruz had 41 assists, an ace and three block assists for the Greyhounds.
Four Hartford players had 10 or more kills, as the Hawks hit .223 as a team.
Hallie Fullagar led all players with 19 kills, while Jennifer Monroy had 18.
The Greyhounds continue play at the Classic on Saturday. They play Holy Cross at 12:30 p.m., then face another Baltimore squad, Coppin State, at 4:30 p.m.