Volleyball reduces errors, gets win
Diane Sheldon had 12 kills as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team defeated the Angelo State Rambelles 3-0 Friday night at the Lionsâ€TM Den.
For the first time during the Amerisuites/Mountain Lion Invitational, UCCS was able to rein in its mistakes and allow its athleticism to come into play. The Mountain Lions (2-5) were plagued by hitting, service and ball handling errors in its previous two games in the tournament.
Kelly Angel added 10 kills with a .421 hitting percentage for UCCS, which outhit Angelo State .197 to .079. Angel also had two solo blocks and two assisted blocks.
UCCSâ€TM two freshman setters played by far their best match of the tournament, with Jessica Stewart getting 23 assists and Jocelyn Evans adding 14 assists and a pair of blocks.
Christina Doris led the Rambelles (2-4) with 12 kills.
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