Sea-Hawks compete in first interlock tournament
(Oct. 27, 2013) The Memorial women’s volleyball team finished the weekend 0-4 at the first interlock tournament against the teams of the Quebec conference.
Friday McGill 3 Memorial 0 (boxscore)
Memorial opened the Interlock tournament on Friday evening with a 3-0 loss to McGill. Set scores were 25-20, 25-20 and 25-21.
Catherine Amyot led the Martlets with 12 kills in the win.
Memorial second year Jill Snow led the team with 10 kills. Kirsten Sorensen had 24 assists and 10 digs in the loss. Adrienne Penney had 2 solo blocks and assisted on two others.
Saturday Sherbrooke 3 Memorial 0 (boxscore)
In the first of two Saturday matches Memorial lost to Sherbrooke 3-0 on the second day of the interlock tournament in Fredericton. Set scores were 25-18, 25-19, and 25-14.
Dominique Drouin led Sherbrooke with 10 kills in the win.
Jill Snow led Memorial with 8 kills while Krista Hogan added 5 in the loss. Snow also had a team-high 8 digs.
Saturday Laval 3 Memorial 0 (boxscore)
In the evening draw of Saturday’s women’s volleyball interlock tournament in Fredericton Laval defeated Memorial 3-0. Set scores were 25-17, 27-25, and 25-15.
Valerie Lemay had 10 kills to lead the Laval attack. Emilie Ducharme had 31 assists and 10 digs in the win.
Sam March (pictured on right) had a team-high 8 kills and 7 digs for Memorial. Lauren Miller added 5 kills and 9 digs in the loss.
Sunday Montreal 3 Memorial 2 (boxscore)
The Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s volleyball team lost a thrilling five set match 3-2 to Montreal in the final day of the interlock tournament in Fredericton on Sunday. Set scores were 19-25, 25-13, 25-15, 24-26, 15-7.
Marie Alex-Belanger led Montreal with 17 kills while Stephanie Jojen had 28 digs in the win.
Angela Peddle had a team-high 9 kills for Memorial while Adrienne Penney (pictured on right) and Sam March had 8 each. Lauren Miller led Memorial with 14 digs while Kirsten Sorensen had 25 assists in the loss.
Memorial will host Moncton in their home opener on Saturday night at the Field House at 6 p.m.