- Cornell volleyball team falls in four sets to Colgate, dropping their record to 1-5 for the season
- Sophomore Eliza Konvicka leads Cornell with 17 kills, 5 block assists, and 3 service aces
- Cornell's marathon third set win ends in a 33-31 victory
The Cornell volleyball team put up a tough fight against Colgate but fell short in a four-set match. After winning a marathon third set, the Big Red couldn’t maintain their momentum and ultimately lost the match. Despite the loss, sophomore Eliza Konvicka had an impressive performance with 17 kills, while freshman Jaida Sione contributed 11 kills. Colgate’s Sophie Thompson led the charge for the Raiders with eight kills and nine block assists. Cornell’s record is now 1-5 for the season, while Colgate improved to 5-4.
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