STONY BROOK, N.Y. - The University of New Hampshire volleyball team lost to Stony Brook 3-1 Friday night at the SBU Sports Complex. The Wildcats, who saw their five-game winning streak snapped, now stand at 16-11 overall and 7-2 in America East, while the Seawolves improve to 15-11 and 6-3 in the league. The game scores were 21-30, 30-26, 30-14, 31-29.
Alyson Coler (Monte Sereno, Calif.) led New Hampshire with a match-high 21 kills. She also recorded 12 defensive digs. Erin Walker (Fulton, N.Y.) added 14 kills on the strength of a .306 hitting percentage, while Natasha Otte (Plymouth, N.H.) chipped in with 11.
Sasha Scott (North Branford, Conn.) led UNH with 18 defensive digs. Anne Davis (Groveland, Ill.) led UNH with 32 assists, while Katie Weidner (Warrenville, Ill.) notched 18 assists.
The Wildcats won the first game after recording 21 kills and a .419 hitting percentage, but managed a hitting percentage of .071 over the final two games. The Seawolves hit at a .272 clip for the match and a .293 clip over the final three games.
The New Hampshire women's volleyball team returns to action on Saturday when it travels to Hartford for a 5:00 match. The next Wildcat home match is November 14, when UNH hosts Northeastern. That match is set for a 7:00 start at Lundholm Gymnasium.