Fredericksburg, Va.-- The University of Mary Washington women's volleyball team was defeated by Randolph-Macon, 3-0 on Wednesday.
UMW got out to a quick start in game one, winning the first five points of the game. The rest of the game went back and forth, with both sides exchanging points, till Randolph-Macon took control late to take game one. The Yellow Jackets won game one 25-22.
The next two games saw much of the same trend. UMW got up quickly in game two, 3-1. Randolph-Macon went on a 9-4 run of their own to make it 10-7, causing an Eagle timeout. The Yellow Jackets took control late to take game two, 25-21. Game three saw Randolph-Macon get out early and not look back as they sealed the victory with a 25-18 game three win. "We battled and worked hard." said head coach Matt Troy about the match. "We need to clean up defensively. Randolph-Macon is a good team. I'm proud of the way our team played against them."
The Eagles return to action on Saturday, September 14th. The Eagles battle Methodist at the Anderson Center. The match with Methodist begins at 4:00 p.m.