GREENVILLE, ILL. -- Greenville College improved to 4-1 on the
volleyball season with a 3-1 victory over Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology on Wednesday night.
Rose-Hulman stands 4-1 overall following the match.
Greenville jumped out to a two-set lead with 25-20 and 25-19
wins to open the match. Rose-Hulman rallied with a 25-16
victory to force a fourth set.
Greenville was able to respond in front of its home crowd with a
tightly contested 25-21 win in the final set.
Junior Anna Lewer (Indianapolis/Lutheran) and
junior Casey Levitt (Thousand Oaks,
Calif./Westlake) led the Engineers with 16 kills
each. Freshman Sarah Jensen (Overland Park, Kan./Blue
Valley Northwest) led the passing effort with 39 assists
and a team-high five service aces.
Defensively, junior Kate Dangel (Upper Arlington,
Ohio) had 22 digs, with Lewer (13) and Levitt (12) also
reaching double figures. Freshmen Claire Raycraft
(Decatur, Ill./St. Teresa) and Anna Weber
(Schererville/Lake Central) provided three block assists,
and junior Catherine Fiutem (Harrison, Ohio/Oldenburg
Academy) had one solo block and one block assist.
The Fightin' Engineers host the Rose-Hulman Invitational at
Hulbert Arena this weekend. The weekend includes Saturday
matches against DePauw and Centre starting at 1, along with Sunday
matches against Webster and Millikin starting at 11.