Volleyball overwhelms Washington Adventist in three sets

Photo by Joy Cheatham
Photo by Joy Cheatham

DOVER, Del. – The Wesley College women's volleyball team overpowered the Washington Adventist Shock in three sets (25-10, 25-6, 25-7) on Tuesday at Wentworth Gymnasium. 

As a team, the Wolverines hit for a .468 hitting percentage and only committed eight attack errors.

Five Wolverines notched five or more kills in the win. Tionne Graves-Brown had a match-high eight kills on 15 attempts. Regan Healey notched seven kills and six service aces. Codi Ziolkowski picked up six kills while Jessica Tynes and Nadia Hopkins each recorded five kills respectively.

Lindsay Burg dished out 24 assists and dug out six attacks.

D'shanee' Blake collected 10 digs for the Shock. 

The Wolverines (13-6) will resume conference play on Friday when they host the Mary Washington Eagles at Wentworth Gymnasium. The action is scheduled for a 7 p.m. start.