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Lakers Earn 2-1 Finish at MCC POD

Lakers Earn 2-1 Finish at MCC POD

The Finger Lakes Community College women's volleyball team went 2-1 at the Regional POD hosted by Monroe Community College. The Lakers started off the day on high note with a win against Herkimer County Community College (25-12, 25-5, 25-15). Their next matchup on the day was against Fulton-Montgomery Community College where they fell in four sets (14-25, 26-24, 16-25, 20-25). The Lakers then went on to win their last match of the day, beating Mohawk Valley Community College in three sets (25-17, 25-11, 25-12).

Ryenn Smith led the Lakers in the win against Herkimer County Community College with 10 kills and 5 service aces. Jessica Carder recorded 4 kills and Aubrey Davis and Ali Drier contributed 3 kills a piece. Aubrey Davis also recorded 17 assists.

Despite the Lakers strong efforts against Fulton-Montgomery Community College they fell short and suffered their only loss of the day. Ryenn Smith had a strong showing with 14 kills and 11 digs. Jessica Carder and Ali Drier each recorded 5 kills a piece. Ali Drier had a dominant performance at the net contributing 5 blocks. Drier is now the all-time leader in total blocks in Lakers history. Aubrey Davis connected with attackers for 24 assists and recorded 4 kills as well. Mary Beth Schram contributed 8 digs.

The Lakers were able to end the day on a positive note with a win against Mohawk Valley Community College. They relied on strong serving with Kylee Vasile leading all servers with 7 service aces. Smith and Drier led the Lakers with 9 and 7 kills respectively. Caitlin Lewis contributed 5 kills as well. Mary Beth Schram had her best performance of the day with 12 digs and Aubrey Davis had another strong performance recording 24 assists.

"All members of our team were able to contribute to our success today and I am proud of our team for working together," said head coach Matt Barr.

The Lakers return to action on Wednesday, 10/8 where they will travel to Tompkins Cortland Community College for a 6 p.m. Mid-State Athletic Conference match.