PSU Women’s Volleyball wins twice on Day Two of Granite State Challenge

PSU Women’s Volleyball wins twice on Day Two of Granite State Challenge

Panthers post wins over Daniel Webster and Keene State

            KEENE, N.H. – The Plymouth State University women's volleyball won both of its matches Saturday afternoon on Day Two of the Granite State Challenge at Keene State College's Spaulding Gymnasium.

             The Panthers swept Daniel Webster College in three sets in the opener, finished up the day with a 3-1 triumph over rival Keene State College. PSU finished the two-day event with a 3-1 record, improving its season record to 7-2.

            Junior Dani Tabor (Olympia, Wash.) led the Panthers with 11 kills against Daniel Webster, and classmate Brianna Wojtas (Salem, N.H.) added eight winners. Tabor made it a double-double as she also recorded 10 digs along with three blocks. Sophomore Megan Bailey (Canterbury, N.H.) took over as setter for the last two sets and recorded 22 assists.

            Sophomore Claire Sporer (Medford, Ore.) was the leader for PSU against Keene State with a double-double of her own, posting 16 kills and 12 digs. Tabor added 14 kills and Wojtas chipped in with nine, and senior setter Kirsten Perrotta (Hudson, N.H.) finished with 41 assists.

            The defense was led by sophomore libero Brenna Peruch (Cave Creek, Ariz.) and junior Rachel Morrissey (Salem, N.H.), who made 21 and 13 digs, respectively.

            The Panthers are back in action Tuesday in a non-conference match at Saint Joseph's College of Maine (7:00 p.m.)

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