Nov. 19, 2010
KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Senior Nina Camaioni had a double-double in her final collegiate game, but that wasn't enough as the Loyola University Maryland women's volleyball team lost to Marist 3-1, (25-22, 24-26, 25-20, 25-21), today at the 2010 MAAC Championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Camaioni had 18 kills and 13 digs with only four attacking errors for the Greyhounds (14-20). She had a .326 hitting percentage for the match, while freshman Nicole Sarby added 14 kills, and sophomore Aubrey Kirven recorded a double-double with 45 assists and 14 digs.
Senior Brittany Born, who also played her final game for Loyola, led the defense with 18 digs.
Marist (15-18) was led by Grace Hill who had 15 kills and 11 dig. Gabby Lutjen recorded 40 assists, and Emily Brosky paced the defense with 23 digs.
In the first set, Loyola had a three-point led until Marist scored. The teams traded points back and forth, and the score was tied at 18 before Marist took the lead and finished the set 25-22.
The score was tied at 14 in the second set before the Red Foxes went ahead by two, but Loyola answered and tied the set at 14. Marist had a two-point lead at 24-22 but the Greyhounds went on a four-point run to win the set, 26-24, with a couple of kills by Camaioni.
After the intermission, in the third set, the score was tied at 12 before the Red Foxes went on a four-point run. Loyola was never able to catch up with Marist which won the set, 25-20.
In the fourth and final set, the teams traded point back and forth until the score was tied at 12. Marist went on a three-point run until Loyola answered with a Sarby kill. The Greyhounds tied the score at 20, but Marist went on a four-point run until Loyola answered with a kill by Sarby, but that wasn't enough as the Red Foxes won 25-21.