PHILADELPHIA – The University of the Sciences volleyball team could not get anything going in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) loss at Holy Family on Tuesday evening.
The Tigers would score the first seven points of the match and would lead throughout much of the evening, outside USciences scoring the first point of the third set.
Danielle Taylor was a bright spot for the Devils, falling two digs shy of a match-high with 15.
Kerrigan Clem fell one block shy of a match-high with four.
Angeli Roman Medina had a team-high nine assists, to go along with seven digs.
University of the Sciences takes a break from CACC play to host Saint Rose for its non-conference finale on Friday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m.