NEW LONDON, Conn.--The Connecticut College volleyball team coasted to a 3-0 victory against Clark University in a non-conference match up held at Luce Field House Wednesday night.
The Camels, ranked #9 in New England, improve their record to 7-6 and are a perfect 6-0 on their home court in the Whaling City. The Cougars slip to 7-10 with the setback.
The set scores were 25-23, 25-12 and 25-16 in favor of the hosts.
Chloe Ainley (San Jose, Calif.) exploded with 13 kills, 13 digs and three blocks, registering a .462 hitting percentage en route to the double-double. Sophomore outside hitter Caroline Martin (Palo Alto, Calif.) chipped in with 12 kills and nine digs for the winning side. First year setter Emily Arterbury (Austin, Texas) contributed with 33 assists, nine digs and two aces.
Andrea Mullaney (New Canaan, Conn.) added five kills, two blocks and one dig for the winning side.
With the win Connecticut College Head Volleyball Coach Josh Edmed needs just two more victories to reach the 200 win barrier in his successful career at the College.
Clark University rookie right side hitter Courtney Pharr (Seattle, Wash.) buried six kills and added nine digs for the visitors. Shannon Glasse-Smythe (Albuquerque, N.M.) chipped in with six kills and six digs for the Cougars. Rachel Spera (North Hollywood, Calif.) dished out 18 assists in the setback.