Volleyball Wins Third Straight, Defeating Harvard, 3-0
Nov. 3, 2001
CAMBRIDGE, MA - The volleyball team (12-9, 7-2), won it's third straight match and remains in contention for the Ivy League Title with a 3-0 (30-13, 31-29, 30-21) victory at Harvard (9-10, 2-7) on Friday evening.
Led by sophomore Diane Schneider, who had 16 kills and 13 digs and junior Jessie Cooper who boasted 15 kills with a .429 hitting percentage, and three blocks, the Bears cruised to a 30-13 win in the first game on a .581 hitting percentage to Harvard's .107. Brown did not have one member of the team with a negative hitting percentage and saw three Bears reach double-digits in kills, while four hit double figures in digs. In addition to Schneider and Cooper, junior Angela Dunn posted 14 kills, while Ceneca Calvert had eight kills and no errors on 19 attempts for a .421 hitting percentage. Junior Aneal Helms also had a perfect night as she also posted eight kills and no errors on 16 attempts for a .500 hitting percentage.
On defense, Schneider and Calvert led the way with 13 digs a piece, while sophomore Kim Highlund added 12 and Dunn added 10.
Senior setter Corre Myer had 54 assists to go with eight digs and two block assists for the Bears, who continue action on Saturday when they face Dartmouth at 4:00 p.m.