The Violets have been unable to interrupt their three-game dropping streak, going 2-3 within the opening spherical of the event.
The NYU males’s volleyball crew completed its season with a loss towards St. John Fisher College within the quarterfinals of the United Volleyball Convention Championship on Friday, April 14, in Poughkeepsie, New York.
The sixth-seeded Violets misplaced two units to 3 towards a powerful third-seeded St. John Fisher crew that later went on to lose the finals to eventual winners and hosts Vassar Faculty. The match began nicely for the Violets, who took a 2-1 lead after the third set, however the Cardinals took over within the fourth set, successful 25-13.
The deciding set seemed to go in favor of the Cardinals at 10-6, however NYU responded with 5 uncontested factors to take the lead for the primary time within the body. Nonetheless, the Violets weren’t in a position to capitalize on their momentum, finally falling 15-13.
NYU senior Gautham Dasari closed his Violets profession with 18 kills and 17 digs, whereas Ryan Li and Kyle Rasmussen, each seniors, concluded theirs with match-high 46 assists and 10 digs, respectively.
“I do know this season didn’t end in how we needed it to, however we gave the whole lot we had throughout our remaining recreation, and I’m pleased with everybody for a fantastic season,” Violets sophomore Buddy Cohen stated. “I particularly wish to thank the seniors Ryan, Gaudi and Kyle for being nice leaders and giving their the whole lot to the crew.”
The lads’s volleyball crew completed the season 12-10 general, bettering on their 10-11 document final season. They ranked thirteenth out of 15 groups within the NVA/AVCA males’s Division III Coaches Ballot, bettering on the fifteenth place they got in pre-season.
“Enjoying with this group of men this yr was extraordinarily gratifying,” stated sophomore Zach Knudsen. “We’re dissatisfied we didn’t make the NCAAs however we’re completely satisfied that we went down combating. Now we have quite a bit to look ahead to within the years to return.”
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