Blue Demons Fall at Cincinnati
The Blue Demons were unable to find an offensive rhythm as they hit .016 for the match and had their best offensive output in game one. The first frame saw DePaul register 11 kills for a .091 attack percentage, but the Bearcats also hit a match-high .385 and terminated 18 balls as they sailed to a 30-17 win.
The Bearcats continued to attack the ball well in the second and third set.
Senior Morgan Ingersoll led the Blue Demons offense for the second consecutive match, tallying 13 kills and a .273 attack percentage. Sophomore libero Maureen Zigulich led the defense with 16 digs, while freshman Sarah Cullen and junior Stacy Pando chipped in nine digs apiece.
The Blue Demons return to the court, Friday, November 3 at USF. The first serve is scheduled for 6 p.m. at The Corral.