Volleyball Takes The High Rhode, 3-2
Colonials Prevail, 15-13, in Game Five Over Rhode Island
Oct. 19, 2002
KINGSTON, RI - The GW volleyball team won the first two games, 30-27, 30-22, before dropping games three and four but rebounded to win game five Saturday night in Rhode Island. The Colonials outlasted the Rams, 30-27, 30-22, 21-30, 28-30 and 15-13 in a two-hour, 37-minute A-10 marathon. The victory evened GW's conference record at 3-3 as they prepared to play Fordham Sunday in the Bronx.
Freshman Lindsey Vernand (Huntington Beach,CA/Huntington Beach) posted her first career 20-20 performance in easily the best outing of her young career. The California native slammed her career-high 24 kills in 56 attacks while committing just five errors for a .339 percentage.
Junior co-captain Sarah Hokom (Caldwell, ID/Caldwell) also added 23 kills, including three in the decisive fifth game with Vernand digging three attacks in game five as well.
The Rams, who have lost six matches to teams ranked in the Top 25 this season, fell to 6-13 overall, 2-4 in the A-10. GW will host the Rams on Nov. 16 in Washington.
GW (12-9, 3-3 A-10) plays the A-10's other Rams, Fordham, in a 2:00 p.m. matinee Sunday in New York.
Volleyball Falls at Rhode Island, 3-1
Osuchukwu Totals 11 Blocks; Colonials Visit Fordham on Sunday
Volleyball Hosts Senior Day and #RevRivalry on Saturday
Colonials to honor senior quartet prior to regular-season finale
Volleyball Concludes Road Schedule at Fordham
Rams Top Colonials, 3-1
Volleyball Set for Final Road Swing
Colonials still in playoff hunt as they visit Rhode Island and Fordham this weekend
@GW_Volleyball's Streak Snapped in Five-Set Loss to Duquesne
Osuchukwu and Moor Combine to Hit .534 with 33 Kills
@GW_Volleyball Sweeps La Salle for Third Straight Win
Clark and Moor Post 10 Kills Each; Colonials Host Duquesne on Saturday Night
@GW_Volleyball Set for Key A-10 Matches
Colonials Host La Salle & Duquesne as Season Turns to Final Stretch
GW Volleyball Rallies to Drop UMBC, 3-2
Freshmen Trio Lifts Colonials in Non-Conference Finale