Cumberland College Drops Chatt State Volleyball In Three Straight

Monday, September 23, 2019

The Chattanooga State volleyball team went on the road Monday evening and dropped a match to Cumberland College in three sets.

Match scores were 16-25, 18-25 and 28-30.

Kayla ford had 15 digs and Dakota Rawszier contributed 17 assists to lead the Lady Tigers. Madysun Steele had 11 kills at the net.

According to head coach Janet Tate,  “We played a great 3rd game with good effort by everyone.

The girls played hard and are improving game by game.”

Chatt State’s record is now 4-3. They play next at Cleveland State in a conference match on Wednesday, September 23rd,

Highlights:

Kayla Ford: 15 digs

 Madysun Steele: 11 kills

Ricki Lynn Bickley:  5 kills,12 digs

Elaina Kirkendoll:  4 kills,3 digs

Bailey Orr: 3 blocks

Dakota Rawiszer: 17 assists


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Photos are by Randall Brewer (click for more)

Photos by Randall Brewer (click for more)


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