Box Score

Scheduled Game: CIS Championship - Laval

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GAME RESULTS12345T
UWO2325182582
Trinity Western25192519153« FINAL

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Game Date: 3/3/2011Location: Quebec
Game Time: 18:00Attendance: 0
UWOTrinity Western
GamesKETAPCTKETAPCT
19738.05314742.167
211526.23111841.073
310632.12516434.353
410830.0679841.024
53217.0598320.250
UWO
ATTACKSETSERVESRVDEFBLOCKGEN
#NAMEGPKETAPCTASASEREDIGBSBABEBHE
2Jenna Thomson5207.28638320140201
3Kelly Frittenberg511628.179042031400
4Claire Morrow5001.0000002230000
5Sarah Johnston59121.381000140900
7Stephanie Kantzos1000.000000000000
8Maria Krahn31111.000011350301
9Rebecca Oxland55625-.040000070300
12Elaine Screaton5141038.1050110160200
14Jennifer Pierce31412-.250122130100
Totals/Average4328143.1053911877512402
Trinity Western
ATTACKSETSERVESRVDEFBLOCKGEN
#NAMEGPKETAPCTASASEREDIGBSBABEBHE
2K.-Jansen Van Doorn5191164.1250218150200
3Jodi Neufeld5000.000000050000
7Nicole Bazin56414.143020040510
8Andrea Ball5001.0003001210000
9Chelsean Hudson2000.000101020000
10Lauren O Reilly53111.18248020190401
11Amy Leschied59835.029101180310
13Chelsea Wand513233.3330111100300
18Alicia Perrin58420.200023021702
Totals/Average5830178.1575379118612423

Game Recap

Game Recap

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL (CIS CHAMPIONSHIP)
MARCH 4,2011
TWU SPARTANS (3) VS UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS (2)
(25-23, 19-25, 25-18, 19-25, 15-8)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

No. 2 Spartans prevail in five sets against Mustangs

QUEBEC CITY (CIS)
– In a hard-fought quarter-final game, number-two seed Trinity Western University Spartans needed all their resources to defeat the No. 7 UWO Mustangs in five sets Friday evening at University Laval PEPS Stadium, in the third game of the CIS women’s volleyball championship.

Championship website (live webcasts): http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wvball

The first set was premonitory of the whole match, with long rallies and tight play. With lots of lead changes, the Spartans eventually captured the set 25-23 on a surprise second-touch kill by setter Lauren O’Reilly.

The Ontario champions tied the match in the second by winning 25-19, but the Spartans regained the lead in the third set. Ahead by one point at the first technical timeout, TWU went on to distance their opponents and finally managed to win the set with a score of 25-18.

Pushed to the wall, the Mustangs responded very well. They took the lead early in the fourth set and never let it go, forcing a final set with a gain of 25-19.

The Spartans pushed harder in the last set, taking an early 5-1 lead and keeping it going to 10-4 before confirming their victory by a final score of 15-8.

“Western played phenomenal defence, they forced us to pass well,” said Spartans head coach and CIS coach of the year Ryan Hofer. “They are a good serving team and they got us into a little bit of servicing trouble. So with that we just had to keep chipping away. We had to find our rhythm on their serving and just put balls on good locations.”

“I want to congratulate Trinity Western for a fine game, but I’m not taking anything away from our team,” commented Western Ontatio head coach Dave Edwards. “We played right until the very end. We just came here tonight and showed that we could fight with the very best, so again I have nothing but pride for my team.”

Kara Jansen Van Doorn led the Spartans offense with 19 kills and O'Reilly was named player of the match for the winning team. The fourth-year setter piled up 48 assists and 19 digs.
 
For the Mustangs, Elaine Screaton was the best in offence with 14 kills. Middle Sarah Johnston was selected MVP for UWO. The Stratford, Ontario native managed to get nine kills, four digs and nine assisted blocks.

STATS LEADERS

Trinity Western
Kills: Kara Jansen Van Doorn (19), Chelsea Wand (13)
Points: Kara Jansen Van Doorn (22), Chelsea Wand (15.5)
Blocks: Alicia Perrin (4,5)
Digs: Andrea Ball (21), Lauren O’Reilly (19)
Service aces: Kara Jansen Van Doorn, Nicola Bazin, Alicia Perrin (2)
Assists: Lauren O’Reilly (48)
 
Player of the match: Lauren O’Reilly
 
Western Ontario
Kills: Elaine Screaton (14), Kelly Frittenberg (11)
Points: Kelly Frittenberg (18), Elaine Screaton (16)
Blocks: Sarah Johnston (4.5)
Digs: Claire Morrow (23), Elaine Screaton (16)
Service aces: Kelly Frittenberg (4)
Assists: Jenna Thomson (38)
 
Player of the match: Sarah Johnston

CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE & RESULTS

NOTE:  Live webcast of all matches at http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wvball

Friday, March 4

Quarter-final #1: UBC 3, Sherbrooke 1 (25-13, 25-18, 23-25, 25-12)
Quarter-final #2: Alberta 3, Montreal 1 (18-25, 25-23, 25-20, 25-22)
Quarter-final #3: Trinity Western 3, Western Ontario 2 (25-23, 19-25, 25-18, 19-25, 15-8)
20:00 Quarter-final #4: No. 3 Laval vs. No. 6 UNB

Saturday, March 5

12:00 Consolation #1: Sherbrooke vs. Montreal
14:00 Consolation #2: Western Ontario vs. Loser quarter-final #4
18:00 Semifinal #1: UBC vs. Alberta
20:00 Semifinal #2: Trinity Western vs. Winner quarter-final #4

Sunday, March 6

11:00 5th place
13:00 Bronze medal
16:30 Championship final

About Canadian Interuniversity Sport

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