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Virginia vs Maryland (Oct 26, 2004)

Volleyball Box Score


                              Volleyball Box Score
                     2004 University of Virginia Volleyball
            Virginia vs Maryland (Oct 26, 2004 at College Park, Md.)



   Virginia               |     ATTACK      |SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF|  BLOCK |GEN
## Name                 GP|  K   E  TA   PCT|  A| SA  SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE|POINTS
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1  Emily Perilli.......  2|  0   1   3 -.333|  0|  1   0|  0|  3| 0  1  1|  0|   1.5
3  Emily Kirkwood......  5|  3   0   4  .750| 59|  4   2|  0|  6| 0  2  1|  1|   8.0
7  Lindsay Osco........  5| 11   9  53  .038|  0|  2   1|  0| 11| 0  1  0|  0|  13.5
8  Sarah Kirkwood......  5| 23   9  65  .215|  2|  2   2|  2| 15| 0  2  0|  0|  26.0
12 Stephanie Everett...  5| 11   4  26  .269|  0|  0   0|  0|  1| 4  4  0|  1|  17.0
18 Alexis Geocaris.....  5| 18   7  44  .250|  0|  0   0|  0|  2| 1  5  0|  0|  21.5
5  Kristin Chaney......  4|  3   2  11  .091|  3|  0   0|  1| 14| 0  3  0|  0|   4.5
9  Melissa Caldwell....  5|  1   0   1 1.000|  0|  1   1|  1| 36| 0  0  0|  0|   2.0
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   Totals..............  5| 70  32 207  .184| 64| 10   6|  4| 88| 5 18  2|  2|  94.0

 TEAM ATTACK PER GAME                               TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 14.0
 Game  K  E  TA   Pct
   1  12  7  45  .111   GAME SCORES               1  2  3  4  5  TEAM RECORDS
   2  13  6  39  .179   Virginia............ (3) 19 30 27 30 15  (16-7, 6-5)
   3  15 10  55  .091   Maryland............ (2) 30 21 30 27  7  (10-11, 5-6)
   4  21  5  49  .327
   5   9  4  19  .263

   Maryland               |     ATTACK      |SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF|  BLOCK |GEN
## Name                 GP|  K   E  TA   PCT|  A| SA  SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE|POINTS
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3  Aimee Huddleston....  5|  2   1   7  .143| 51|  0   2|  0| 13| 0  6  2|  0|   5.0
6  Jennifer Dewalt.....  5| 14   5  41  .220|  8|  2   0|  2| 12| 1  6  0|  1|  20.0
8  Maria DiLivio.......  5|  0   0   3  .000|  1|  0   2|  0|  9| 0  0  0|  0|   0.0
10 Sarah Treadwell.....  5| 19  10  53  .170|  1|  0   2|  6| 18| 0  1  0|  0|  19.5
13 Rachel Wagener......  5| 10   5  22  .227|  2|  0   0|  0|  1| 1  6  0|  0|  14.0
18 Stephanie Smith.....  5| 10   4  31  .194|  0|  2   0|  0|  9| 0  9  0|  0|  16.5
1  Teryn Papp..........  4|  0   0   0  .000|  2|  0   0|  0|  1| 0  0  0|  0|   0.0
4  Jade Brown..........  5| 16   7  45  .200|  0|  0   0|  0|  5| 0  2  1|  0|  17.0
11 Beth Gillming.......  5|  0   0   0  .000|  1|  0   0|  1| 24| 0  0  0|  0|   0.0
   TEAM................   |                 |   |       |  1|   |        |   |   0.0
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   Totals..............  5| 71  32 202  .193| 66|  4   6| 10| 92| 2 30  3|  1|  92.0

 TEAM ATTACK PER GAME                               TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 17.0
 Game  K  E  TA   Pct
   1  19  5  43  .326   Site: College Park, Md. (Comcast Center)
   2  11 11  39  .000   Date: Oct 26, 2004   Attend: 276   Time: 2:12
   3  19  7  50  .240   Referees: Sherry Morgan, Susan Warr
   4  19  6  54  .241   ID-260080
   5   3  3  16  .000

                                         1   2   3   4   5 Total
                        Tie scores       9   2  12   8   3    34
                        Lead changes     5   1   4   2   2    14


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