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Ally Reed

Senior Ally Reed

St. Mary's Tournament Wraps Up Hollins Season

St Mary's City, MD - Hollins University Volleyball AT St. Mary's Tournament, October 26-27, 2012

       

Box Score vs Stevenson

Box Score vs Lycoming

Box Score vs Randolph

Box Score vs St. Mary's

St. Mary's City, MD was the site of the season ending tournament for the Hollins volleyball team.  After finishing conference play on Tuesday, Hollins competed in four matches during the two day event.

Hollins faced off with Stevenson University in the tournament opener.  The Mustangs took the first set and didn't look back taking the match 3-0.  Ally Reed (Sterling, VA) led Hollins with eight kills on her 39 attacks.  Lela Moore (Woodleaf, NC) handed out a Hollins high 15 assists while Jessie Deese (Cary, NC) recorded a team high 13 digs.  

In the second match of the day, Hollins looked for a better result against Lycoming College.  Hollins split the first two sets against the Warriors but couldn't get any closer falling 3-1.  Reed again led the team with 19 kills while Lauren Hays (Saginaw, TX) added 17.  Reed added 21 digs and a match high eight service aces.  Hollins recorded 51 assists with Moore leading the way with 31.

As day two started, Hollins took on ODAC foe Randolph College for the third time this month.  The WildCats took the first two match ups and Saturday was no different with Randolph taking the match 3-0.  Hollins had 21 kills for the match led by Reed with seven while Haley Ortiz (Chesapeake, VA) and Amelia Eyles (Millwood, VA) added four apiece.  Moore added 20 assists as Deese led the team with eight digs. 

In their tournament and season final, Hollins got off to a quick start taking the first set against their host.  St. Mary's responded by taking three straight sets and the match 3-1.  Reed (14) and Hays (nine) once again led the Hollins attack with Moore handing out 25 more assists.  Hays served three aces and was in on three of the five Hollins blocks. 

Hollins finished their season with a 7-24 mark and narrowly missed out on the season ending ODAC Tournament.