Middlebury College volleyball player Jamie Wong (San Francisco, Calif.) has been named to the All-NESCAC second-team. The senior ends her career at Middlebury with more kills (2,074) than any other player in school history.
The Panther women's volleyball team saw its season come to an end as they were defeated 3-0 by Trinity in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC Tournament at Colby. Middlebury ends its season with a 15-12 record.
The Middlebury College women's volleyball team will makes its 12th straight appearance in the NESCAC Women's Volleyball Championship, as they travel to Colby for the eight-team tournament this weekend. The Panthers will take on Trinity in a quarterfinal match-up on Friday night at 8:00 p.m. If victorious, Middlebury would move on to the semifinals on Saturday and the championship on Sunday.
The Middlebury women's volleyball team wrapped up its regular season with a 3-0 win over St. Michael's on senior night at Pepin Gym. Jackie Edwards paced the team with 10 kills, while Lexi Fisher added eight. Jamie Wong had 26 digs in the match, Lindsay Patterson had 14, while Lacee Patterson had 30 assists.
Middlebury dropped to 4-3 in NESCAC play as they lost a 3-0 decision at Williams. Amy Heath led the team with nine kills, while Lindsay Patterson added eight kills to go along with a team-high 17 digs. Jamie Wong had 16 digs in the match, while Olivia Minkhorst added 15.
In match one at Mt. Holyoke, Middlebury picked up a 3-0 win over Wellesley. Heath had six kills in the match, while Lindsay Patterson added five. Four different players were in double digits in digs, led by Olivia Minkhorst with a dozen.
Middlebury spoiled Plymouth State University's senior night at Foley Gymnasium, pulling out a dramatic 3-2 victory in a non-conference women's volleyball match Wednesday evening. Lacee Patterson set a new school record with 67 assists in the match.
Middlebury dropped just its second NESCAC match of the year as they fell at Tufts, 3-0. Lexi Fisher paced the team with a dozen kills, while Jamie Wong had 18 digs in the match. Lindsay Patterson added 12 digs, while Lacee Patterson had 31 assists.
Middlebury dropped a non-conference game by a score of 3-1 to Colby-Sawyer at the Pepin Gym. The Panthers won the second game, and held tough in the third and fourth, but could not muster up another win. Lexi Fisher led the team with 13 kills, while Jackie Edwards added nine. Lindsay Patterson had 26 digs, while Lacee Patterson earned 24 on the night.
Middlebury fell to Skidmore in another 3-2 match for the Panthers. Middlebury has now gone five sets in four of its last five matches and are 3-2 during that stretch. Lexie Fisher (16), Kate Heath (14), Jackie Edwards (13) and Lindsay Patterson (12) led the Middlebury offense with double digits in kills on the night. Patterson led the team with 25 digs, while Lacee Patterson had 22 digs and 53 assists in the match.
Middlebury improved to 7-4 on the season as they picked up a 3-0 win at Union. Lexie Fisher had 11 kills in the match, while Jackie Edwards and Kate Heath had eight kills apiece. Lindsay Patterson earned 13 digs on defense, while Fisher and Lacee Patterson had 10 digs each.
The Middlebury women's volleyball team played three five-set matches as it captured the 2005 Amherst Classic Championship. The Panthers topped the host school 3-2 on day one, before defeating Brandeis 3-2 and falling to Trinity, 3-2.