Weekly Sports Round Up

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Women’s Volleyball Setting Up for OCAA Championships

(Windsor, Ontario) – The St. Clair College women’s volleyball team hosted the Sheridan Bruins on Sunday afternoon at the Sportsplex.

After a tough loss to the top ranked Humber Hawks on Saturday afternoon the Saints rebounded with a solid match and came away with a 3-0 win. St. Clair got off to a great starting taking the first set 25-16 over the Bruins. The Saints continued to roll in the 2nd set winning 25-20. The Saints put the game away in the 3rd set winning 25-16. Sheridan now has a season record of 6-9 and are ranked 7th in Ontario. Kaila Crough had a great match for St. Clair with 16 kills, 4 service aces and 4 digs.

With the win St. Clair improved to 10-4 on the season and are in 3rd place in the OCAA West Division. The Saints are ranked 4th in the OCAA.

The St. Clair women are hosting the OCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship at the Sportsplex from Feb 24-26. The Saints first match will be at 8 pm on Friday, February 24.

The Saints are next in action on Saturday, February 5 when they travel to Ancaster to take on the Redeemer Royals..

St. Clair Men's Volleyball Continue to Roll with Big Win Over Humber

(Windsor, Ontario) – The St. Clair College men’s volleyball team hosted the Humber Hawks on Saturday afternoon at the Sportsplex.

In an intense back and forth match the Saints came away with a hard fought 3-2 win. St. Clair got off to a great starting taking the first set 25-22 and the second set 25-19 over the Hawks. However, Humber bounced back winning an amazing third set 32-30. Humber kept the momentum going by taking the 4th set 25-16. St. Clair got off to a great start in the 5th and deciding match and finished Humber off 15-12. The strength of the Saints in this match was their ability to spread their offense around. St. Clair had 4 players with double digit points. Rookie Robert Carter led the way with 14 kills, 2 stuff blocks and 6 digs.

With the win St. Clair improved to 7-6 on the season and are tied for 5th place in the OCAA West Division with Sheridan and Niagara. The Saints are ranked 8th in the OCAA. With the loss Humber dropped to 9-5 on the year and are ranked 6th in Ontario.

The Saints are next in action at the Sportsplex on Sunday, January 29 at 3 pm when they host the Sheridan Bruins. Sheridan is currently 7-7 on the season and are ranked 7th in the OCAA.