Immediate Release: August 30, 2008
"Our offense really clicked well," head coach Glenn Kiriyama said. "Our hitters did well and hit for a high percentage and it was a really strong team effort all the way around."
Sophomore setter Lindsey Mueller (West Bend, Wis.) tallied 41 assists in the match, going over the 40-assist plateau for the 12th time in her career. Mueller also had seven digs.
The Bearcats trailed the Zips 20-18 in the third set before Kiriyama called a key time out. Binghamton stormed back on to the court to a tune of a 7-1 run aided by three McDonough kills to close out the match.
also used a crucial 12-3 run in the first set to fight back from
a 10-7 deficit to take control of the frame and set the tone
for the match.
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