Goods-Morris led her team with a .333 hitting percentage.
Dillard's offensive superstar Carolyn Baker was held to a season low
nine kills as the Lady Bleu Devils dropped their second straight game in a row in
three sets, this time to the University of Mobile (25-18, 25-12, 25-18).
Senior middle blocker Jessica
Goods-Morris had a positive game with five kills, five blocks and had a
team high hitting percentage of .333.
The Lady Bleu Devils (3-7 overall, 2-5 GCAC) hit a dismal .055 as
a team and struggled to find rhythm throughout the game. Meanwhile the Lady Rams were led by outside
hitter Bailey Nations with 11 kills
and also outside hitter Kiara Gay, middle
blocker Disah Kolassiba and right
side hitter Tayler Houseknecht with
nine kills each.
Setter Courtney Devold led
Dillard with 13 assists on the afternoon and also had one dig. Defensive specialist Destinee Higgans, outside hitter Megan Laday, and setter Shelbi
White chipped in on the defensive end with three digs each.
The Lady Bleu Devils looks to bounce back on Friday, October 19 as
they travel to Houston to face NCAA Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) opponent
Texas Southern University.
*Photo provided by Rusty