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Women's Volleyball Falls to #6 Juniata in Regional Finals

Women's Volleyball Falls to #6 Juniata in Regional Finals

(HUNTINGDON, Pa.) - The No. 7-ranked Thomas More University women's volleyball team came up short to No.6-ranked Juniata College, taking the Eagles to four sets. Juniata won 3-1, by scores of 16-25, 25-20, 23-25, 23-25. 

  • The Saints finished the season 33-4 overall, facing nine nationally ranked teams, going 6-2 against them.
  • First-Year Emily Mohs (Cincinnati, Ohio / Seton) was named to the All-Tournament team, recording the game-high with 19 kills, along with one dig. 
  • Junior Jenna Mummert (Batavia, Ohio / Clermont Northeastern) had the second most kills, only one shy of Mohs, with 18.
  • Mummert also recorded three digs and two blocks. 
  • Senior Jenna Fessler (Fort Mitchell, Ky. / Beechwood), who played in her final collegiate game, was also named to the All-Tournament team, having the game-high with 49 assists, along with one kill and three digs. 
  • Junior Madison Krumpelman (Crestview Hills, Ky. / Holy Cross) had the team high with 20 digs, along with six kills, one service ace, and one block. 
  • Sophomore Jessica Ginn (Cincinnati, Ohio / Seton) was a close second to Krumpelman, recording 17 digs, along with one service ace. 
  • Sophomore Carlee Lambert (Cincinnati, Ohio / McAuley) recorded four kills, along with two digs and two blocks. 
  • Hannah Just (Louisville, Ky. / duPont Manual) put up 11 digs, along with three assists.
  • Senior Kasey Niesen (Cincinnati, Ohio / Roger Bacon) stepped up big in her final collegiate match, with seven digs. 
  • Julia Popova (Sofia, Bulgaria / Beechwood) recorded five kills, one dig, and one block. 
  • The match was a close, hard-fought match, with Juniata having the one kill advantage, 54-53, Thomas More having the one assist advantage, 52-51, and the advantage in digs, 67-62. 
  • The Saints hit a .181 to Juniata's .203. 

  • With the conclusion of the season, the Saints head to the off-season to prepare for next year.