Trailblazers Volleyball Loses in Four Sets

By Jeffrey PuleriMCLA Sports Info
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COBLESKILL, N.Y. — The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Trailblazers volleyball team dropped a non-conference road tilt at SUNY-Cobleskill on Wednesday night, 3-1. MCLA now falls to 9-18 while the Tigers improve to 14-16 overall.
 
MCLA jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead following a 25-21 win in the opening set. The hosts fought back though, earning a 26-24 second set victory before easily taking set three 25-14. Cobleskill closed out MCLA winning the final set, 25-22.
 
MCLA was led by Julia Christian's team-high nine kills. She also added 14 digs and four aces. Darien Quick had a productive night off the bench as she totaled seven kills and seven digs for the Trailblazers. Brittany Kish finished with 29 assists. Kendra Hobbs chipped in with five aces.
 
Cobleskill was led by Amber Baker's match-high 12 kills. Kim Cordova finished with 14 digs, while Casey Holbert added 22 assists.
 
MCLA will wrap up the regular season on Saturday when they host SUNY-IT at 1 p.m. The match will also be senior day.
 
The Trailblazers will then move on to the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference quarterfinals next Wednesday when they will travel to Westfield State.
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