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Volleyball Extends Win Streak, Stays Atop Ivies With 3-0 Win At Dartmouth

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 09/29/2012
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Sarah Daschbach had 17 digs in Princeton's 3-0 win at Dartmouth.
Courtesy: Mike Willis


The Princeton women's volleyball team navigated one of the toughest road trips in the Ivy League in perfect fashion this weekend. After its dramatic 3-2 comeback win Friday night, the Tigers swept Dartmouth in three straight 25-18 sets.

The win moves Princeton to 3-0 in the Ivy League, with all three wins coming on the road. The Tigers share first place in the league with Yale, which swept Columbia Friday night.

Princeton had another efficient match from its hitters, including an impressive showing from Tiana Woolridge, who recorded eight kills without an error for a .471 attack percentage. She added four blocks, which matched fellow sophomore middle Nicole Kincade.

Kincade had 10 kills for Princeton, only two behind team leader Lydia Rudnick (12 kills, 13 digs). Ginny Willis had 37 assists, while Sarah Daschbach had 17 digs.

"Sarah Daschbach is starting to own that position," head coach Sabrina King said. "She's playing like a true collegiate libero. The team fought, and we stayed focused. I'm very proud of them."

Princeton is now 6-7 overall, and will look to improve its three-match win streak Friday night when it hosts Columbia Friday night at 7 pm.







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