Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Alberta*


Trinity Western252022151
Alberta172525253« FINAL


Game Date: 2/11/2005Location: Edmonton, AB
Game Time: 8:30pmAttendance: 800
1st Referee: Glen Johnston, 2nd Referee: Trevor Roszell
Trinity WesternAlberta
Trinity Western
2Saralyn Raugust49928.000002170100
3Julie Blackburn4000.0000003120000
4Jodi Schaufele49236.194010130400
5Danielle Foth411424.292114060000
6Keanne Tome3000.000000000000
8Rhonda Schmuland46216.250012002700
9Alicia Van Huizen2011-1.000011100000
10Dayna JansenVanDoorn1102.500000000000
12Natalie Wood3000.000010020000
13Anna Paddock4003.0003701030300
15Julie Koepke47315.267022000100
1Larissa Cundy42021.0003800091100
5Tiffany Dodds3103.333210011000
6Melanie Masson410317.412012040300
7Pamela Parker48119.368112280200
8Alexa Berton2102.500000010000
9Kristin VanEck48111.636021110100
10Chelsea Grimson412724.208301271100
11Amanda Atkinson4000.0001002110000
12Tawana Wardlaw481038-.053110090000
13Jocelyn Blair1000.000000010000

Game Recap

Game Recap

Women’s Volleyball (conference)
Friday, February 11, 2005
TWU Spartans (1) at the University of Alberta Pandas (3)
(17-25, 25-20, 25-22, 25-15)

Spartans Battle Pandas

Edmonton, Alberta –
The eighth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team came out strong against the fourth ranked University of Alberta Friday night in Edmonton, Alberta. The Spartans took the Pandas 25-17 to start the match before falling 3-1 (17-25, 25-20, 25-22, and 25-15).

“We did some very good things tonight. We executed our game plan in the first set, and the second and third sets were real battles, but we made some errors in the fourth which can be attributed to our youth and inexperience,” said TWU Head Coach Carol Hofer. “We are ready to do battle again tomorrow. We feel that they are a team that we can play with if we put a consistent match together.”

The Spartans came out flying and jumped out to an 8-1 lead to start the first set. They carried it to a 16-11 lead before taking the set 25-17.

Alberta responded and took the second set with a solid 25-20 win.

Set three turned out to be the pivotal set for the two squads. The Pandas held the slim lead 8-7 at the first timeout and were able to maintain the lead into the second timeout, 16-15. The two teams matched each other all the way to 20-20. The Spartans then dropped the next two points before a Jodi Schaufele kill made it a one point set at 23-22. The Pandas then closed out the set with kills by Melanie Masson and Larissa Cundy.

The Pandas took control early in the fourth set, jumping out to an 8-3 lead. Alberta extended the lead to 16-9 at the second timeout before finishing the set 25-15.

Danielle Foth (1st yr, leftside/rightside, Abbotsford, BC) with 11 kills, Saralyn Raugust (2nd yr, leftside, Delia, AB) with nine kills, and Jodi Schaufele (3rd yr, leftside, Surrey, BC) with nine kills led the Spartans, while Chelsea Grimson with 12 kills and Melanie Masson with 10 kills led the Pandas. TWU’s Rhonda Schmuland (4th yr, middle, Calgary, AB) led all players with seven block assists and two solo blocks.

The two squads will battle again tomorrow night. Match time is set for 6:30 pm.

Match Notes: The Spartans finished with 17% attack efficiency, while the Pandas finished at 24%...TWU finished with 10 team blocks, while Alberta finished with seven team blocks…




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