Volleyball Defeats Western Carolina, 3-2

Friday, October 13, 2000

Cullowhee, N.C. - Western Carolina women's volleyball lost a disappointing match 2-3 to Southern Conference opponent East Tennessee State Oct. 13 in the Ramsey Center.

Western Carolina took control of the second game, after falling 8-15 in the first, by jumping out with the lead and finishing off the Lady Bucs 15-2. In a close third game ETSU triumphed over Western despite the fact that Western recorded 20 kills as a team.

Junior Christy Attebery led the Cats offensively to roll past the Bucs in game four 15-3. The rally scoring fifth match was more of a challenge for WCU as they lost a hard fought 13-15.

ETSU's Amber Ciskowski led her team with 17 kills and 18 digs while seniors Courtney Sussillo and Jena Policastro added 13 and 10 kills respectively.

Western Carolina falls to 8-11 overall and 6-4 in league play while ETSU improves to 11-6 and 8-3.

        1       2       3       4       5    -  F
ETSU    15      2       16      3       15  -   3
WCU     8       15      14      15      13  -   2

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