Volleyball ACCtion: Tuesday, October 16
Oct. 16, 2007
Maryland 3, Boston College 1
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Senior Jade Brown had 17 kills to lead four University of Maryland players in double figures in kills as the Terrapins ran their record to 8-0 in home matches this season with a 3-1 victory over Boston College in an Atlantic Coast Conference volleyball match played Tuesday at the Comcast Center Pavilion.
The Terrapins won their third straight match and improved to 13-6 overall and evened their league record at 5-5. The Eagles fell to 10-10 overall and 4-6 in the league.
Maryland won the opening game 30-26, but dropped the second game 22-30. After the break, the Terps finished the match with wins of 30-25 and 30-21 in the third and fourth games.
Mary Beth Brown had 14 kills and no errors in 21 attempts for the Terps, while Michelle Kenning added 12 kills and Beth Gillming finished with 11 kills and a team-high 15 digs for the Terps. Meredith Doyle had five blocks to lead Maryland, which got blocks from seven different players.
Clemson 3, Georgia Tech 0
Murphy also posted six block assists to aid the defensive effort, tying with Danielle Hepburn for match-high honors at the net. Hepburn added 10 kills on the night while Jeannette Abbott led the team with 12. Lia Proctor also recorded double figures in kills for Clemson with 11, including seven in the third game.
"After coming off a big win at Duke on Saturday, I am so proud of how the team came here and played tonight," Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover said. "Georgia Tech is always a good team and this was a big win for us on the road."