Connecticut College 3, Stevens Tech. 0 Camels Notch 18th Win of Season in New London

Edmed's Excellence: Head Coach Josh Edmed and the Camels Will Be Making Their Seventh Consecutive Appearance in the NESCAC Championship Tournament. The Camels will travel to Bowdoin Colleg to take on Middlebury College Friday Night at 8:00 p.m.
Edmed's Excellence: Head Coach Josh Edmed and the Camels Will Be Making Their Seventh Consecutive Appearance in the NESCAC Championship Tournament. The Camels will travel to Bowdoin Colleg to take on Middlebury College Friday Night at 8:00 p.m.
NEW LONDON, Conn.-The Connecticut College volleyball team coasted to a 3-0 home victory against the Stevens Tech. Ducks at Luce Field House Saturday. In so doing, the Camels improved their record to 18-8, marking the sixth consecutive season the Camels have won 18 matches or more. Stevens falls to 15-21 with the setback. Senior Amy Newman (Los Angeles, Calif.) paved the way to the victory, registering 19 kills and seven digs while hitting .400 for the match. Newman's next kill will be the 1300th of her career. Junior right side Rachel Schroff (Palos Verdes, Calif.) chipped in with seven kills, registering a scorching .583 hitting percentage in the triumph. Katie Ketcham (San Francisco, Calif.) dished out 27 assists for the hosts and senior Ally Terlizzi (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) had eight digs for the winning side. The Camels will be playing in their seventh consecutive NESCAC Championship Quarterfinal this Friday, Nov. 4 at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. -CC-

October 29, 2011

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