|Southern Virginia University (0-3)||18||15||25||23||1|
|Washington and Lee (5-2)||25||25||19||25||3|
|Southern Virginia University||Washington and Lee|
Tori Tuttle - 9
B: 4 Players (#6, #10, #14, #11 - 1)
D: 3 Players (#6, #15, #9 - 8)
SA: Chelsea Lyons - 4
Allison Rouse - 13
B: Katie Toomb - 3
D: Kelly McManus - 16
SA: Allison Rouse - 6
|TEAM STATISTICS||Southern Virginia University||Washington and Lee|
|Southern Virginia University (0-4)||14||15||8||0|
|Marietta||Southern Virginia University|
Chloe Janson - 6
B: 2 Players (#11, #13 - 3)
D: Jen Braun - 10
SA: Amber Wiley - 4
Larissa Conger - 3
B: Katelynn Tlustek - 2
D: Katelynn Tlustek - 7
|TEAM STATISTICS||Marietta||Southern Virginia University|
Written by Sean Dahlin
LEXINGTON, Va.—The Southern Virginia University women's volleyball team rounded out the Washington and Lee Tournament losing both games on Saturday to move to 0-4 on the weekend.
Despite being the best match Southern Virginia played in the tournament, the Knights (0-3) lost 1-3 to tournament-host Washington and Lee University (5-2).
The Generals jumped ahead in the first two sets 25-18 and 25-15, but Southern Virginia rallied back to take the third set 25-19. Washington and Lee proved to be too much, however, winning the fourth and final set by a slim 25-23 margin.
Katelynn Tlustek played well with a match-high 32 assists for the Knights while Tori Tuttle (Anahola, Haw.) added 9 kills followed by Kelsey Beck (Idaho Falls, Idaho) and Chelsea Lyons (McCallen, Texas) chipping in 8 kills each.
In their second match of the tournament against Marietta College (7-1), the Knights (0-4) lost three consecutive sets to the Pioneers (12-25, 15-25, 8-25).
Tlustek had a solid game adding 12 assists against Marietta, pushing her assist total to 44 on the day, while also adding a team-high 7 digs.
Women's volleyball has four days off before traveling to Wise, Va. to face NAIA-opponent Virginia-Wise on Sept. 12 at 6 p.m.