St. Joe’s cruises in blowout of Notre Dame

SHARE St. Joe’s cruises in blowout of Notre Dame
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St. Joseph d. Notre Dame 25-25, 7-5

THE SKINNY

St. Joseph’s hit the ground running and never looked back as the Chargers (2-3) routed the Panthers (0-4) in a total mismatch.

TURNING POINT

After the Chargers got the serve at 4-2 in game one, middle hitter Tiana Little hit an easy service ace followed by four consecutive points to put the Chargers up 9-2 and in the driver’s seat for good.

THE STAR

Little had two service aces along with four kills in the match, as well as some excellent defense on the front line for the Chargers.

BY THE NUMBERS

St. Joseph setter Tara Liczakregisteredthree service aces and four kills, one whichclinchedgame two. Outside hitter Gaylen Rivers added three kills and a service ace for the Chargers.

QUOTABLE

“Communication was our main priority into this game and making sure we worked together as a team. We wanted to cut down on those mistakes.” —Chargers coach Maricarmen Hernandez

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