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Lady Knights Serve up 3-0 Victory over Bulldogs!


Sydney Trudeau

Sydney Trudeau

Warwick, R.I. – October 4, 2019: The CCRI Lady Knights volleyball team hosted the Bulldogs of Bunker Hill Community College for a Region XXI interleague match on Thursday evening. The Lady Knights defeated the Bulldogs 3-0. With the victory CCRI improves to 11-5 overall and 7-2 in Region XXI play.

CCRI defeats BHCC 3-0: 25-11, 25-11 & 25-17

This was the third meeting of the season for the Lady Knights and Bulldogs with the Lady Knights emerging victorious in their first two meetings 3-0 and 3-0. This match would be not different as CCRI was able to dominate the match in every facet. The most dominant statistic for CCRI was their 25 Aces from the service line. CCRI scored 75 points in the match and 25 of them came from Aces. The Lady Knights also had 18 team Kills, 22 Digs and one Solo Block in their three set sweep of the Bulldogs.

Leading the way for CCRI was Sydney Trudeau (Cumberland RI) with a team-high six Aces from the service line to go along with, three Kills, two Digs and an Assist. Captain Manuela Restrepo (Central Falls, RI) also played very well adding four Aces, three Kills and four Digs. Alexis Baffoni (Coventry, RI) had five Aces, two Kills and three Digs. Mia Shola (North Kingstown, RI) chipped in with five Aces and four Digs while Gabriella Blumenstock (Warwick, RI) had a Kill, three Aces, three Digs and a Solo Block. Joanna Wong (Cranston, RI) had 16 Assists, two Digs and two Aces and Christa Fitzsimmons (Warwick, RI) added four Kills and a Dig.

The next matches for the Lady Knights will be this Saturday the 5th when they host the Falcons Fischer College and the Mustangs Monroe College to the Flanagan Fieldhouse for their Dig Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Tri-Match beginning at 9am.

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The Community College of Rhode Island, New England's largest comprehensive community college, enrolls nearly 15,000 students in credit courses and thousands more in non-credit and job training classes. Its athletic program boasts 12 varsity programs and an academic support program for all student-athletes.