Mountain Lions fall in four games
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (5-21, 3-14 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) lost in four games to the Adams State Grizzlies 15-9, 9-7 RMAC).
Adams State dominated Game 1 out hitting the Mountain Lions .364 to 0.87. The Grizzlies built a large lead before a late CU-Colorado Springs run made the score respectable 30-24.
Game 2 saw the Mountain Lions out hit the Grizzlies .389 to .342, but CU-Colorado Springs still lost 30-27.
CU-Colorado Springs jumped out to an early 8-2 lead in Game 3 and held on for the 30-24 win. The Grizzlies closed off the match winning Game 4 30-20.
Adams State out hit CU-Colorado Springs for the match .255 to .169. The Grizzlies also had more blocks 11, than the Mountain Lions' eight
Both teams struggled much of the night to get serves in as the committed a combined 22 service errors.
CU-Colorado Springs was led by Caroline Ottino's 15 kills. Lindsey Hillegass added 46 assists and 13 digs.
The Grizzlies were led by Amy Cousin who had 21 kills and hit .341.
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