Panthers Face Tough Competition in Colorado

Panthers Face Tough Competition in Colorado

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.  – The Birmingham-Southern women's volleyball team fell 3-1 to Transylvania Saturday to close out play at the Pikes Peak Challenge.  BSC moved to 6-3 overall with the loss.

Milea Ray (Alabaster, Ala./Pensacola State) finished with a double-double.  She and Alyssa Coats (Nolensville, Tenn./Nolensville HS) led the Panthers offensively, earning 15 and 13 kills, respectively.  Ray also netted 10 digs. And setters Ansleigh Dailey (Daphne, Ala./Bayside Academy) and Reilly Vought (Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort HS) combined for 42 assists.

Defensively, Caroline Johnson (Lucas, Texas/Lovejoy HS) controlled the back line, picking up a team-high 21 digs.  Rebecca Erwin (Duluth, Ga./Duluth HS) dominated up front, earning a match-high 10 blocks.

BSC stays on the road.  They open Southern Athletic Association play at No. 3 Berry College on Friday, Sept. 20.  Match time is set for 5 p.m.



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