YORK, Pa. — Aimee
Petrides had a team high eight
kills as well as 12 digs and
to a 3-0
York in college
The Bobcats won by scores
of 25-20, 25-21 and 25-23.
April Wolfe added six kills
and 11 digs, Caitlyn Collins
had 14 assists, four aces and
six digs and Brianna Teets
seven kills for the Bobcats (6-
23, 3-3 CAC). Frostburg, which
has won three of its last four
matches, moved up to fifth
place in the conference standings.
FSU plays again Saturday,
at noon, at Salisbury. PNoOtVoAm ac State 23
ALEXANDRIA, Va. —
Potomac State and Northern
Virginia battled to the wire
Tuesday night, with Northern
Virginia prevailing in the fifth
set by 18-16 in college women’s
Northern Virginia won by
scores of 25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 23-
25 and 18-16.
Stephanie Cornachia had an
exceptional night for the Catamounts
with 11 kills while hitting
at 82 percent. Alyssia
Whitacre had 18 service points
with seven aces and 16 digs,
Peyton Smith added 35 assists
and 13 digs, Morgan Mongold
had 11 kills and 13 digs,
Michaela Osbourne nine
points and 14 digs and Julia
Morikawa seven points and 14
digs for Potomac State.
The Catamounts (20-7) visit
Garrett on Thursday night.
YORK, Pa. — Aimee
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