October 10th, 2012
Vassar volleyball wins as McGuire breaks 1,000 kills
Vassar’s Chloe McGuire reached 1,000 career kills in a win against Bryn Mawr.
BRYN MAWR, PA – Vassar College women’s volleyball senior Chloe McGuire broke 1,000 kills for her collegiate career on Saturday afternoon at the Seven Sisters Championships with 3-0 sweeps against Bryn Mawr (25-18, 25-22, 25-18) and Smith College (25-16, 25-11, 25-12). With the two victories, the Brewers advance to a record of 12-5 on the year.
McGuire was four kills short of the 1,000 career kill mark going into the match against Bryn Mawr. She recorded seven kills in each of the two matches and now stands at 1,010 kills in her impressive career.
Senior Brittany Stopa had 10 kills with a .643 average in the first match against Bryn Mawr. Sophomore Clara Cardillo followed with nine kills and a .727 average with McGuire’s seven kills right behind her.
Avary Taylor of Bryn Mawr led with 21 assists while Hannah Rosebrock led with nine kills.
The second game of the match proved to be the closest of the day for the Brewers with Bryn Mawr nipping at the heels of Vassar 25-22. Freshman Chloe Hallum led a strong defense with 13 digs while senior Hilary Koenigs recorded 25 assists.
Cardillo recorded another 10 kills in the match against Smith. Junior Jessie Ditmore and sophomore Marie Pitre both added another nine kills in the match. Hallum added another 14 digs against Smith.