Photo by Alex D'Addese

Rams skill prevails in win over Badgers

By Jessica Pincente

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - In their 13th consecutive win of the season, the Ryerson Rams took home yet another 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-15) match victory - this time, against the Brock Badgers.

With a total of only six errors through three sets tonight, the Rams were near perfect in their play.  The Badgers didn’t make it easy for Ryerson, though.  Brock came very close in both the first and second sets, losing by three and two points respectively.  

Theanna Vernon (Scarborough, Ont.) headed Ryerson’s attack on the match, tallying a total of 13 kills in total.  Vernon finished the game with an impressive .600 kill percentage, one of her best on the season so far.  Janelle Albert (Brampton, Ont.) lead the team with 13 digs on the matchup, totalling another 8 kills for the Rams as well.

Third-year setter Kate McIlmoyle (London, Ont.) saw her first start for the Rams since November 24th, tallying 24 assists through two sets.  Freshman Alicia Lam (Oakville, Ont.) also saw some time on the floor today, tallying ten assists on the match.

Another impressive win for the Rams leaves them with a perfect 13-0 record on the year. The victory was a milestone win for head coach Dustin Reid, who picked up his 100th OUA regular season win with the Rams women's volleyball program. With only six games remaining in the regular season, the team will be put to the test to finish off the year their undefeated streak still intact.

The Rams will head back to Toronto to take on the Queen’s Gaels at 2 pm on Sunday afternoon at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.


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