VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Friday evening, Bryant & Stratton College volleyball team hosted their Annual Pink Out game to observe Breast Cancer Awareness for the month of October at Tidewater Volleyball Association (TVA).
Pitt Community College (7-4) came out with a force to upset the Bobcats in three straight sets 21-25, 24-26, 17-25. Savannah Hawkins led the defense with 16 digs to hold the Bulldogs back. Teammate, Merissa Evans, consistently kept the pressure on with 9 kills in tonight's match. Bobcats fought to keep the Bulldogs close to the very end in the first set, but the Bulldogs pulled away to a 21-25 victory.
Start of the second set, the Lady Bobcats (3-9) took an early 5-0 lead. After a few intense rallies and taking turns for the win, the Bobcats winning fight overcame the Bulldogs and tied up the set 23-23. A down to the wire time out by Pitt, stopped the Bobcats momentum and helped seal the victory 24-26. Third set, Bobcats rallied to force a fourth set, but was unable to gain the lead.
"We struggled at the net tonight, low number of kills, and too many net violations," BSC head coach William Stein said. "Pitt dug just about everything out."
The Bobcats travel to Prince George County in Richmond, VA Tuesday October 17th to square off against Richard Bland Community College at 6pm.