Trinity Baptist College Volleyball hosted Florida Gateway College Tuesday night at home as the Eagles came off one of their best performances of the young season so far on Saturday. Trinity played hard, but the Timberwolves from Lake City won the match in straight sets by scores of 25-13, 25-7, and 25-11.
Kayla Bass led the Eagles with 3 kills, 12 digs, and a solo block at the net. Charity Braemer and Destiny Green had a pair of kills each, and Abigail Palacios added one of her own. Maggie Burgholtzer assisted on seven points and dug nine shots off the floor while Natalia Lopez notched seven digs and Raven Buytas contributed an ace, a dig, four solo blocks, and an assisted block in the effort.
Palacios and Charity Braemer also combined for eight digs, and Green knocked down three Gateway kill attempts at the net.
The Eagles will play their next two matches on the road when they travel to Florida College on September 20 and NCCAA Division 2 rival Pensacola Christian College on September 22. The next home game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, September 24, when the Eagles host St. Johns River State College.
–Raymond Bureau, TBC Athletics