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Men's Volleyball Gets First Set Win of the Season Going 0-3 against Adrian and 1-4 against Hiram

Men's Volleyball Gets First Set Win of the Season Going 0-3 against Adrian and 1-4 against Hiram

(HIRAM, Ohio) - The Thomas More men's volleyball team concluded the Harrier Invitational today as they lost 3-0 to Adrian College and found their rhythm against Hiram, taking them to 4 sets but dropping 4-1. With the losses, the Saints move to 0-3 overall on the season.


  • The Saints fell 3-0 by scores of 25-18, 25-20, 25-14 against the Bulldogs. 
  • All nine players saw action on the floor, and Nick Richard led the way with nine kills, along with one assist and three digs. 
  • Jakob Jones recorded three kills, two digs, and one block. 
  • Robby Cox put up the teams' second highest eight kills, along with two assists, four digs, and one block. 
  • Tanner Miller recorded two kills, a team-high 23 assists, one dig, and one block. 
  • Ryan Hans recorded the team-high seven digs. 
  • Andy Geigle added six kills, two service aces, and five digs. 
  • Brock Cassin recorded three kills, one assist, and three blocks, one solo and two assisted. 
  • Thomas Williams recorded his first block of the season. 
  • The Saints held the advantage in blocks, 7-6.


  • The Saints found their rhythm against Hiram, taking the Terriers to four sets, falling 4-1. 
  • The Saints fell by scores of 13-25, 19-25, 26-24, 25-20.
  • Richard led the game in kills, recording 13, along with one service ace, six digs, and one block. 
  • Cox recorded nine kills, two service aces, four digs, and two blocks, one solo and one assisted. 
  • Cassin put up three kills, along with four blocks, one solo and three assisted. 
  • Miller recorded the game-high of 26 assists, along with one kill and two blocks. 
  • Geigle tied Richard for the team-high with six digs, along with two kills, one service ace, and one block.
  • The Saints won thier first set of the season against the Terriers, in a back-and-forth set three. 
  • The Saints started the set ahead, keeping a steady two-point lead. The Terriers tied it up at 10-10. The Saints battled back for four-straight match points, tying the game up at 24-24. The Saints scored five straight points to take the 26-24 set win. 

  • The team heads to Angola, Ind. to take on Concordia Chicago and Trine on Jan. 25.