Blue Demons Fall in Five Games
UW-Green Bay 3, DePaul 2
For the second time this season, the Blue Demons fought to a fifth frame and came up empty. After dropping the first game 30-21, the Blue Demons bounced back to convincingly win the second frame 30-20.
In the second set, junior Stacy Pando and senior Morgan Ingersoll each hit over .300 and combined for seven of the Blue Demons' 10 kills. After trading sideouts in the early portion of game two, the Blue Demons tied the game at 13 and closed out the game on a 17-7 run.
The third game mirrored the second, except it was UWGB, who went on a long run and won, 30-21.
With the game on the line both teams battled through the fourth frame, which saw four lead changes and 11 ties. Tied at 22, DePaul took a 25-22 advantage on two Correa kills and a
The Blue Demons offense stalled in the fifth set while the
Correa led DePaul with 14 kills. Denae Gibson chipped in10 kills and committed just one error in 19 attempts. Senior libero Ellen Hayes paced DePaul with 18 digs, while freshman Emily McGinnis and sophomore Maureen Zigulich each chipped in 11 digs.
DePaul hosts its first matches of the season this weekend, welcoming