Box Score

Scheduled Game: @British Columbia*

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GAME RESULTS1234T
Trinity Western272225201
British Columbia292522253« FINAL

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Game Date: 1/21/2005Location: Vancouver, BC
Game Time: 6:00 pmAttendance: 450
Trinity WesternBritish Columbia
GamesKETAPCTKETAPCT
19555.073201464.094
213836.13911327.296
312342.21415739.205
413938.10515437.297
Trinity Western
ATTACKSETSERVESRVDEFBLOCKGEN
#NAMEGPKETAPCTASASEREDIGBSBABEBHE
2Saralyn Raugust47741.000022060100
3Julie Blackburn3002.0002003230000
4Jodi Schaufele411845.0670100130200
5Danielle Foth49127.2961421230300
8Rhonda Schmuland410630.133202071300
9Alicia Van Huizen3000.000020000000
12Natalie Wood4000.000001050000
13Anna Paddock4308.3753601030402
15Julie Koepke47318.222001030700
Totals/Average4725171.129419948312002
British Columbia
ATTACKSETSERVESRVDEFBLOCKGEN
#NAMEGPKETAPCTASASEREDIGBSBABEBHE
3Danielle Van Huizen45416.0622120120310
7Stephanie Kurz410633.1212111170100
8Caitlyn Knowles48117.4120000110000
9Maya Miguel31314-.143102250000
10Emily Cordonier419548.2923110120500
11Carla Bradstock4427.28645110120201
12Christina Beck4001.0002004180000
14Shelley Chalmers414732.219101070510
Totals/Average6128168.196564879401621

Game Recap

Game Recap

Women’s Volleyball (conference)
Friday, January 21, 05
TWU Spartans (1) at the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds (3)
(29-27, 25-22, 22-25, 25-20)

So Close…

Vancouver, British Columbia –
The tenth-ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team gave the third-ranked UBC Thunderbirds everything they could handle in their 3-1 (29-27, 25-22, 22-25, 25-20) loss Friday night at UBC’s War Memorial Gym.

“We played very well and had opportunities to finish games,” said TWU Head Coach Carol Hofer. “Our players followed our game plan to a ‘T’. There were just a couple of points where we did not execute.”

The Spartans (5-8) took a six point lead in the first set and had four opportunities at set point before the Thunderbirds (11-2) rallied to take the first set 29-27.

The second set followed a similar course as the Spartans took a 21-17 advantage late in the frame. But the T-Birds responded once again, evening the count at 21-21 before going on to take four of the next five points.

The Spartans did not roll over though and continued to play hard, winning the third set 25-22. But the TWU attack seemed to run out of steam in the final frame as the UBC front line closed out the match.

Jodi Schaufele (3rd yr, leftside, Vancouver, BC) led the TWU attack with 11 kills and Rhonda Schmuland (4th yr, middle, Calgary, AB) chipped in 10, while both Julie Blackburn (2nd yr, libero, Surrey, BC) and Danielle Foth (1st yr, leftside/rightside, Abbotsford, BC) had a game-high 23 digs.

Chalmers recorded 14 kills on 32 attempts for a .219 hitting percentage, while Van Huizen notched five kills, 12 digs and three blocks. Stephanie Kurz (Parksville, B.C.) put forth a solid effort in place of the starting right side Kirby Dow (Kelowna, B.C.), who is out with an ankle injury, contributing 10 kills and 17 digs.

The two squads battle again Saturday at 6 p.m. at War Memorial Gym.

Match Notes: The T-Birds recorded a whopping 94 digs on the night compared to the Spartans’ 83… TWU held the edge in blocks at 11-9…TWU hit at 12.9%, while UBC hit at 19.6%...

-contributions from UBC Sports Information

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