Pair of Road Sweeps Give Titans Longest Win Streak Since 2013

Cal State Fullerton vs. UMass Lowell (8/24/18)
Photo Credit: Matt Brown

Box Score 1 (CSUF 3, Bucknell 0) | Box Score 2 (CSUF 3, SFBK 0)

BROOKLYN, NY – For the Titans (6-1), the wins also run it win streak to six straight, which equals the program's longest since the 2013 campaign. Fullerton has also swept six consecutive matches, winning an incredible 18 straight sets.

In the morning's opening match vs Bucknell, Fullerton was tested early, just managing to squeak out a 25-23 opening set victory, but the Titans soon woke up and dominated from there.

For the first time all season, it was someone other than Madeline Schneider who led Fullerton in kills. Felicia Marshall collected a double-double, recording a match-high 14 kills and a team-best 10 digs. Schneider may not of have led the Titans in kills, but she had one of her most efficient matches of the season, recording 11 kills on 15 total attacks for a superb .533 attack percentage. Nastassja Bowman and Neena Dimas each sported eight digs for Fullerton.

Tyler Fezzey, Summer Kerins and Haley Carmo were also superb defensively, as each earned three block assists en route to the 3-0 sweep. Kerins also came through with a team-best three service aces.

In match two vs. host Saint Francis Brooklyn, Schneider retook her post as Fullerton's kills leader, striking for a match-high 14 on a .355 attack percentage to go along with two block assists. Felicia Marshall was fantastic once again, providing 11 kills and seven digs on a .308 attack percentage.

Neena Dimas provided a career-high 18 digs and Tyler Fezzey chipped in with nine kills on a .381 attack percentage. Maya Riddlesprigger struck for a career-high four service aces.

This time the Titans got off to a much better start, dominating the opening set 25-16, but a highly contested second set, showed Fullerton's true colors. After falling behind by three points late in the frame, the Titans rallied to claim a 30-28 second set victory. Both team played well, as the Titans boasted a .370 attack percentage in the set and the Terriers countered with a .286 attack percentage.

After that, it seemed as if the Titans took the fight out of SFBK, finishing off the sweep with a 25-18 third set victory.

Fullerton finished off the weekend going a perfect 3-0 in tournament action, while improving to a perfect 4-0 away from Titan Gym this season. The Titans look to stay hot, as they'll stay on the road and travel to Las Vegas for a tournament hosted by UNLV beginning next Friday vs. Eastern Kentucky at noon PT.

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