Hartford, CT – Williams (16-9, 8-2 in NESCAC) beat Trinity College (8-14, 1-9 in NESCAC) in three sets (25-21, 26-24, 25-12) on Saturday afternoon.
Egan lead the team in kills with 15 total and a hitting percentage of .278%. Weinland followed with 8 kills and a hitting percentage of .667%. Tori Jasuta '17 lead the team in digs with 14 total. The team hitting percentage was .241%. Elizabeth Cromack '18 and Morgan Richman '19 also contributed for the Ephs. Cromack had 2 kills (.167%) and Richman earned 4 total service aces.
For Trinity, Kate Gliddens lead in kills with 10 total and a hitting percentage of .083%. Shelby Deck lead Trinity in both assists and digs with 11 total assists and 13 digs. Hannah Engstrom had the highest hitting percentage with .375% and 4 kills.
Head Coach of the Ephs Christi Kelsey was enthusiastic on the weekend as a whole when she said, "I am really proud of our entire team for closing out the regular season with two strong wins. Again everyone contributed today and overall we played consistent steady volleyball from start to finish."
The Ephs are looking forward to post-season play and the upcoming NESCAC tournament. The Ephs are reining back-to-back NESCAC tournament champions. Coach Kelsey added, "As we look ahead to the NESCAC tournament, we are excited to have the opportunity to compete and battle. The best part about our conference tournament is that any one of the eight teams can come out as the champion next weekend. There are a lot of great athletes and coaches so it makes for an exciting weekend of volleyball!"
The Ephs play in the first round of the NESCAC tournament this Friday at Bowdoin in Brunswick, Maine. They are seeded second in the tournament.