ASTON, Pa. — The Southern Virginia University men's volleyball team won their second Continental Volleyball Conference matchup of the year Saturday afternoon with a 3-0 rout of Neumann Unversity.
The Knights (5-4, 2-2 CVC) took the first set 25-14 before holding Neumann to 11 points in the second and third sets to secure the win.
Southern Virginia had its best-attacking game of the year with a .379 kill percentage and a season-best 10 service aces.
Freshman Jahren Makanoa led the attack with 12 kills and three service aces for the Knights. Freshman Mark Stapley added eight kills with a pair of aces and sophomore Avery Najarian and senior Mitch Usevitch recorded six kills.
Southern Virginia held Neumann to eight points scored from kills and service aces.
The Knights begin a six-match homestand with three top-ten opponents this weekend. Facing on division rival No. 5 Marymount on Friday, Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. before rematching with No. 8 Juniata on Saturday and capping off the evening with a match against No. 4 University of California Santa Cruz.