Cleveland State Volleyball Loses In Four At Walters State

  • Wednesday, September 21, 2022

The Cleveland State volleyball team travelled to Walters State on Tuesday September 20 and lost a hard fought match to Walters State losing sets one, three and four; 25-15, 25-19 and 25-15. The set two score was a Cleveland State 25-22 win.

Cougar head coach Alizabeth Atnip was pleased with her team saying: “Great team game! With
some injuries on the team we had to gut it out and play together. It might have been a loss but I’m
proud of the girls playing as a team.”

Leading the total team effort was the one two punch of Madison Husted and Kathryn Kibler. Husted
had 29 Digs while Kibler had 13 Kills.

The TCCAA Volleyball standings remained bunched with the Cougars just two matches out of the first
place tie of Chattanooga Sate, Walters and Roane State. With an overall record of 5-4 and
conference mark of 0-3, Cleveland State is back at it with a conference home match vs Chattanooga
on Thursday September 22.

Match start time is set for 6:30 p.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on the campus of Cleveland
State. Admission price is $8 per person while Cleveland State students attend with no charge.

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