FORT WAYNE, Ind. (USF) -- After a 25-21 loss in the first set, the University of Saint Francis pulled its game together and won the final three sets for a 3-1 win over Goshen College at Hutzell Athletic Center on Wednesday night.
Maybe the slow start was due to a seven-day layoff, but no matter the reason, what mattered was the result -- three consecutive 3-point wins for the Lady Cougars to complete a regular-season sweep of the Maple Leafs. USF won 3-2 at GC on Sept. 13.
Cassidy Rammel led the USF attack with 18 kills while Anne Clark added 14, Kendra Siefring and Megan Diagostino nine apiece to help USF halt a four-match losing streak. USF improved to 7-8 and is fifth in the Crossroads League with three more home matches in the next five days to complete regular-season action.
Maria Pelak recorded her sixth match with 50 or more kills settling at 53, a season high for the freshman setter who also chipped in with 14 digs.
Valorie Flick led USF in digs with 22, her ninth match with 20 or more digs.
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