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Men's Volleyball Notches Two More NEAC Wins

Men's Volleyball Notches Two More NEAC Wins

BOX SCORE (MATCH 1)

BOX SCORE (MATCH 2)

3/4/2017 — CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Penn State Altoona men's volleyball team added two more wins to its North Eastern Athletic Conference record, as the Lions defeated Lancaster Bible College 3-1 and Wilson College 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.

The Lions (13-4, 7-1 NEAC) dropped the first set to Lancaster Bible (16-6, 6-2 NEAC) by a score of 25-20 before battling back to take the next three by scores of 25-19, 25-19, 25-19.

Bradley Colditz (Upper St. Clair, PA/Upper St. Clair) led all players in the match with 16 kills and added four digs. Daniel Downs (Reading, PA/Daniel Boone) added nine kills and one block assist, and Brandon Arentz (Mount Wolf, PA/Northeastern) finished with eight kills while leading his team with 14 digs and three block assists. Brian Sheddy (Shrewsbury, PA/Susquehannock) contributed seven kills and nine digs.

Tommy Kisick (Latrobe, PA/Greater Latrobe) led the Lions with 35 set assists, and he also added three digs and one solo block.

Waldemar Rivera-Berrios (Toa Alta, Puerto Rico/Samuel Clemens) posted 13 digs.

In Penn State Altoona's second and final match of the day, the Lions defeated Wilson (4-15, 2-6) in three sets by scores of 25-19, 25-22, and 25-15.

Colditz again led the Lions in kills with 15, and he also had one block assist. Downs recorded nine kills, five digs, and a block assist. Arentz and Sheddy finished with five kills apiece, with Arentz chipping in three digs and a solo block and Sheddy tallying five digs.

Kisick had a match-high 33 set assists to go along with three digs.

Rivera-Berrios led all players in the match with 13 digs.

Next up, Penn State Altoona men's volleyball hosts non-conference opponent Wilkes University on Wednesday, March 15 for a 7:00 p.m. match in the Adler Gym.


Photo: Penn State Altoona sophomore Bradley Colditz had 31 total kills in two matches on Saturday for the Lions.

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