Four different players registered double-digit kills as Presbyterian College beat Radford 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-16) on Saturday afternoon in Big South Conference volleyball action.
PC improves to 9-10 on the year and 3-2 in conference play, while the Highlanders drop to 5-12 and 1-4 in the Big South.
Sophomore Trinity Williams paced the PC attack for the second straight contest, registering 11 kills and 10 digs for her sixth double-double of the year.
Fellow sophomore Erin Cooke also registered a double-double, her team-leading 11th of the campaign, as she compiled 10 kills and a match-high 23 assists.
Freshman Paige Cairns notched a career-best 10 kills while hitting .562.
Sophomore Lauren Talbert had 10 kills and seven digs.
Gardner-Webb women’s soccer held on for a 2-0 win over Presbyterian (4-9, 3-3 Big South) on Saturday night at Martin Stadium. The Runnin’ Bulldogs took the lead with a header that snuck in off the crossbar in the first half and pulled away with a penalty kick in the second half to edge the Blue Hose.
Kylie Ameres scored off a header that struck the crossbar at 22:18 off a pass from Alisha Holcombe.
Stina Kleppe converted a penalty kick at 77:00 after the Bulldogs drew a foul in the box.
Gardner-Webb (5-9-1, 4-2) led in shots, 13-8, and in shots on goal, 4-3.
PC’s Cesar Sancho scored another two goals from the center back position on Saturday, but it was not enough as Campbell (10-2-1, 4-0 Big South) pulled away with four goals in the second half to win 6-2 at Martin Stadium. The Camels' Thibaut Jacquel had three goals and two assists.
Sancho leads Presbyterian (4-9, 2-1) with five goals on the season and is tied with four others for fifth most in a Division I season.
Adu recorded his first collegiate point with an assist on Sancho’s second goal.
PC cross country teams had six personal records highlight Friday night’s Royals Challenge at McAlpine Creek Park. Zack Kochert, William Wise, Luke Harmon, Kieran Schuetterle, Kiro Morkos and Abigayle Winnall posted personal records in their respective races.
The men finished 43rd, the women 44th.