Women’s Volleyball Closes 2017 Campaign on Friday Night; Sangu Puts Stamp on Impressive Career

Women’s Volleyball Closes 2017 Campaign on Friday Night; Sangu Puts Stamp on Impressive Career

LAKEWOOD, N.J. – The University of the Sciences women's volleyball's 2017 season came to an at Georgian Court on Friday evening, as the two teams faced off in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) action at the GCU Wellness Center.

After winning the first and second sets by identical scores of 25-16, Georgian Court held off a charging USciences 25-22 in the third to complete the sweep.  

The match was the last of Simran Sangu's impressive career. Sangu, the lone senior on the team, ends her career in sixth in program history with 134 career block assists, eighth with .76 blocks per set and ninth with 193 total blocks.

Also making their way into the record book were Sarah Miller and Cassandra Moy.

Miller's .72 service aces per set moved her into the top-five in fifth in the program's single-season annals, while Moy ends the season eighth all-time with 6.84 assists per set.

Miller led the Devils in the match with a career-high 11 digs to go along with nine kills to fall one kill shy of her first career double-double. The nine kills were one shy of a career-high, and it was the second time in three matches that she fell one shy of double-figures.

Sangu was second on the team with five kills, and closed out her career with two more block assists.

Brooke Witmer, Elizabeth Checca, Victoria Checca and Dakota Raymond each added three kills.  

Abigail Miller had a match-high 25 assists to fall one assist shy of her career-best for the second match in a row.