The Rams have recently lost a match to North Wilkes, marking their first conference loss of the season, but now stand at 4-1 in MVAC play after the victory over Ashe.
Ashe claimed the victory in game two with a 25-22 score, following a 25-13 loss in game one. The Rams then swept games three and four to win the match.
“We have never beaten Starmount in a game,” commented Coach Foster, “so we are pretty pleased to take a game from them.”
Ashe was led by numerous players with impressive statistics in the tough match. Caitlin Elliott and Kim McNeil continue to be a force for the Huskies. McNeil was 13-15 with serving, driving home three aces, and seven kills at the net, while Caitlin Elliott went 9-11 serving, and drove home twelve kills at the net. Kendra Yearick was 10-11 serving, with two aces, and a non-error night at the net with six kills.
All around impressive serving gave the Huskies the edge in game two, along with the blockers for Ashe.
“Our blockers did a good job of taking