RAMS FALL AT SAINT LOUIS 3-0

Score: Saint Louis 3, VCU 0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-14)
Location: St. Louis, Mo. (Chaifetz Pavilion)
Records: VCU 18-12 (8-5 A-10), Saint Louis 15-13 (10-3)

The short story: Sophomore Tori Baldwin smacked six kills and added six blocks, but Saint Louis held off VCU Friday night at Chaifetz Pavilion.
 
OPENING VOLLEY
  • Baldwin provided her six kills efficiently, and committed just two hitting errors in 12 swings.
  • Freshman Gina Tuzzolo swung on a team-high seven kills for VCU while hitting .284. She added one block. Junior Rebekah Strange aided the Rams defensive effort with 14 digs.
  • Freshman outside hitter Vicky Giommarini added five kills and hit .273 for the Rams, while classmate Jasmin Sneed kicked in five of her own.
  • Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Year Candidate Danielle Rygelski was impressive Friday, blasting 21 kills on 33 attempts for the Billikens.
THE DIFFERENCE
  • Behind Rygelski, Saint Louis hit .384 on the night. The Billikens also served up five aces, including two by Rygelski.
  • VCU outblocked Saint Louis 7-6, but couldn't overcome its .136 hitting effort. The Billikens also outdug the Rams defensively 33-24.
WHAT'S NEXT
VCU will regroup before heading to face No. 23 Dayton on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 1 p.m. at the Frericks Center in the Rams regular season finale. 
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