LAURINBURG, N.C.—Junior Margaret Madison (Savannah, Ga.) lifted the Coker College volleyball team to a 3-1 (30-24, 13-30, 30-27, 30-26) Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference victory over host St. Andrews Presbyterian College with 10 kills, four blocks, and two services aces on Thursday in Harris Court.
The Lady Cobras evened their overall record to 8-8 and increased their CVAC mark to 7-2; while the Lady Knights fell to 10-9 and 4-2.
Coker broke away from a 13-13 first game with an 11-4 run to take a 24-17 lead. The Lady Cobras would hold on for a 30-24 win to take the early one-game advantage. SAPC answered back with a dominating second. After 11 straight points on junior Tara Lemieux (
Coker regained control of the match in the third by taking a slim led early and held on during a back-and-forth set all the way to the 30-27 win. The Lady Cobras finished the match after overcoming a 21-16 deficit in the fourth with a 14-5 run to end the evening at 30-26.
Senior Lauren Larsen (St. Croix, USVI) added seven kills for Coker while freshman Bragg (
Freshman Galina Podolsky (
St. Andrews will play a non-conference double dip on Saturday in