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Volleyball Drops Season Finale 3-1 At Columbia, Shares Second In Ivy League

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 11/10/2012
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Lydia Rudnick recorded a double-double in the final match of her collegiate career.
Courtesy: Beverly Schaefer

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In the final match of her brilliant collegiate career, senior Lydia Rudnick recorded 23 kills and 13 digs, but that effort wouldn't be enough for Princeton. The Tigers fell 3-1 at Columbia to finish 9-5 in the Ivy League and share second place with the Lions.

Rudnick had 23 of Princeton's 52 kills, while sophomore outside Sarah Hanna added 11 kills and hit .242. Sophomore middle Tiana Woolridge completed her breakout season with seven kills and two blocks, while junior Leah Jordan had six kills and two blocks.

Junior setter Ginny Willlis had 44 assists for the Tigers, while freshman libero Sarah Daschbach added a team-best 15 digs.

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