College of St. Joseph's volleyball team concluded their season with three games over the weekend, falling by the scores of 3-0, 3-0, and 3-1. The Lady Saints' first two games were played at Fisher College on Saturday, Oct. 14, and the final one at Unity College on Sunday, Oct. 15.
In their first game against Fisher on Saturday, the Saints fell 9-25, 12-25, 19-26. Kali Drum recorded a game-high eight digs and four assists, while also contributing two kills and a service ace. Jordan Mixon led the team with three service aces and three kills, and managed five digs. Leila Sakanova added two kills, an assist and a dig.
In the second game of the day in Boston, the Lady Saints fell 3-0 in a closer contest (13-25, 16-25, 12-25). Mixon went off for 10 digs, six kills, five assists and two service aces. Drum also had 10 digs to go along with three kills. Timell Montgomery led in digs with 12, and provided three kills, two assists and a service ace.
After Saturday's doubleheader, CSJ traveled to Maine for a game at Unity College on Sunday. CSJ won the first set 25-21, but dropped the next three 18-25, 12-25, 22-25 to fall 3-1 in a competitive conference match-up.
The Fighting Saints end the regular season 11-11, and 6-5 in Yankee Small College Conference play. The 2017 season marks the first winning YSCC conference record in CSJ Volleyball program history.