RICHMOND, Ind. - Women's volleyball falls 3-1 to Hanover.
Hanover's defense was their biggest weapon. They allowed very few balls to hit the ground no matter how hard Earlham's attacks were. The Panthers also were very effective of blocking at the net accumulating 13 blocks.
The Panthers has no shortage of offensive weapons either. Claire Dennis was the kill leader for Hanover with 14 kills. Both Hanover's offense and defense made few mistakes.
Megan Hedinger was the dig leader for this match. Hedinger is only three digs away from breaking the 26-year old all time dig record. She has been a single season dig leader for two years in a row.
Hanover won sets one three and four, Earlham won set three. This loss puts Earlham at 3-3 in conference play.
Earlham will be on the road for the next two HCAC matches beginning with Anderson on October 20th at 12:00pm
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