Box Score QUINCY, Ill. — The Lewis University women’s volleyball team rallied from down 2-1 and won two straight sets to defeat Quincy 3-2 Saturday (Nov. 11).
No. 13 Lewis (23-6, 11-2 GLVC) | No. 22 Quincy (24-4, 10-3 GLVC)
Kills: Juliana Van Loo (Burbank, Calif./John Burroughs) (23), Megan Schlechte (Strasburg, Ill./Stewardson-Strasburg) (19), Hannah Alvey (Mapleton, Ill./Illinois Central College) (14)
Digs: Ally Hickey (Granger, Ind./Penn) (30), Schlechte (19), Elena Gubera (Jamestown, Ind./Western Boone) (12), Alvey (11)
Assists: Lauren Stenman (Maplewood, Minn./North St. Paul) (54)
Blocks: Bella Ray (Plainfield, Ill./Joliet Catholic) (6), Alvey (5), Emma O’Neill (Papillion, NE/Papillion La Vista South) (5)
Aces: Gubera (2)
Set 1: Quincy 25, Lewis 23
Lewis started the contest with the first two points before Quincy rallied for five straight points. The Flyers were able to respond with six out of the next eight points after an ace from Gubera make it 8-7.
Both teams would trade points back-and-forth before the Hawks grabbed a 16-13 advantage midway through the opening set. Lewis bounced back and scored four points in a row capped off by a block from Ray and Alvey which gave the Flyers a 17-16 lead.
Quincy used another rally to pull ahead 23-19 and would not give up the lead. Van Loo cut it down to 23-22 with a kill but the Hawks put the Flyers away.
Set 2: Lewis 25, Quincy 22
Lewis jumped out to an early 4-3 lead after a kill from Alvey. Quincy scored five unanswered points to grab a 8-4 lead in the early stages of the second set.
The Flyers were able to rally and get three straight kills from Van Loo to tie the second set at 14-14. Both teams traded seven points each to make it 21-21.
Lewis grabbed a 23-21 lead after a kill from Schlechte and an attack error from Schlechte. The Hawks scored the next point before the Flyers scored two straight to win 25-22 to tie it at 1-1.
Set 3: Quincy 25, Lewis 22
Lewis jumped out to an early 5-1 lead after a block from Ray and Van Loo. Quincy responded with three straight to pull within one.
Moments later, QU grabbed a 10-9 lead to switch momentum over to their side. Later in that set, the Hawks led 17-14 before the Flyers scored five straight points including four straight kills from Schlechte…