Box Score

Scheduled Game: @British Columbia*


Trinity Western251415231
British Columbia232525253« FINAL


Game Date: 1/11/2003Location: Vancouver, BC
Game Time: Attendance: 200
Trinity WesternBritish Columbia
Trinity Western
1Kristen Groot414534.2651121120000
3Carmen Loewen4113.0003202091100
5Lies Verhoeff4111036.028224052000
8Rhonda Schmuland410220.400010031200
12Daelyn Martens4000.0000003130000
16Janelle Sommerfeld44516-.062021061300
7Jennifer Baughman1000.000113000000
9Amanda Ludwig2000.000001000000
13Anna Paddock1000.000200000000
14Lauren Marty1001.000000000000
15Ruth Unaegbu32211.000102050000
British Columbia
3Danielle Van Huizen3348-.125002030100
4Izzy Czerveniak45211.2730011130200
5Amy Schroeder4013-.3334001060102
10Christine Bonish414325.4401201100000
12Jasmin Yip4001.000000180000
15Kathryn Peck48126.269320182000
2Alana Clason1022-1.000000020000
7Stephanie Kurtz1000.000000000000
8Jaclyn Cross3204.500000011400
9Julie Schiller3305.600110020200
11Emily Cordonier37318.222003120100
14Shelley Chalmers2519.444011020010

Game Recap

Game Recap

Women’s Volleyball (Conference)
Saturday, January 11, 2003
TWU Spartans (1) vs. the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds (3)
(25-23, 14-25, 15-25, 23-25)

Solid Effort by Spartans

Langley, British Columbia –
The Spartan women’s volleyball team turned it around tonight, coming out strong to take the first set and battling hard in the final three before falling to the UBC Thunderbirds 3-1 (25-23, 14-25, 15-25, 23-25).

“It was a much better start than last night,” said Coach Carol Hofer. “It felt good to come out strong and we matched up well with them in the first set.”

A lack of consistency in the second and third sets resulted in the less competitive scores, but the Spartans came back fired up for the fourth set. Trinity Western led for the entire set, and at one point were up 20-16, before UBC rallied and came back to tie the score at 22. Some panicky play at the end resulted in costly mistakes and the Spartans could not hold on for the win.

The women played well even without one of their top hitters, Jodi Schaufele, who did not play because she is injured.

“We had good play from Daelyn [Martens], who had 13 digs and passed extremely well tonight. Kristin [Groot] was also solid, with 14 kills. And Rhonda [Schmuland] played very well. On the whole it was a better night for the entire team, and we look forward to gearing up for SFU next week.”

TWU hosts SFU Friday, January 17th and Saturday, January 18th at 6:00pm.

Game Notes: Rhonda Schmuland had 10 kills, 3 blocks and .400 attack percentage…Christine Bonish led UBC with 14 kills…




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