Women's volleyball closes season against Bowdoin
The Hamilton College Continentals wrapped up their season with a NESCAC loss against the Bowdoin College Polar Bears at Hamilton's Margaret Bundy Scott Field House on Saturday.
The Polar Bears (21-6, 8-2 NESCAC) swept the Continentals by scores of 25-9, 25-16 and 25-17. Bowdoin finished the regular season alone in second place in the conference standings and will be the No. 2 seed for the 2013 NESCAC championship at Williams College next weekend.
Anna Brown ’15 led the Continentals (5-17, 1-9) with 11 digs and raised her career total to 1,184. Brown ranks fourth on the program’s all-time list and will enter her senior year needing just two to move into third place.
Sarah Pfund ’14 contributed 10 digs and nine assists in her final collegiate match for Hamilton. Pfund finished her career with 1,397 assists, which is good for sixth place among the team’s career leaders.
The Polar Bears were led by Christy Jewett ‘16, who finished with nine kills and five blocks. Sophia Cornew ’14 had 16 assists and Katie Doherty ’17 contributed 10 digs. Hailey Wahl ’16 notched six of Bowdoin’s 16 service aces and Taylor Vail ’14 added five.
Jamie Granskie ’16 had all three of the Continentals’ service aces. Emma Lonadier ’15 and Courtney Somerville ’16 had two blocks apiece and -- along with Erin Casey ’15 -- recorded three kills each.