Cleveland State Volleyball Falls 3-0 At Wallace State

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - by Josie Worley

Cleveland State Volleyball suffered a 3-0 defeat at #14 Wallace State on Tuesday night.

 

The first set, the Lady Cougars fell to the Lady Lions 25-4. In the second, they fell 25-12. In the second set, Aly Grace Lemons posted three kills,  Abbie Stinnett recorded two kills and Madeline Dasher also scored on a kill of her own. 

 

The third set was the closest set for Cleveland State, as they fell 25-13.

Celie Patterson and Stephanie Burke each recorded a kill in the set, while Josie Worley served two straight in the frame.

 

The Lady Cougars will return home on Thursday night to face Snead State. Match time is set for 7:00 ET.


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