The Foresters came out flat and never got on track as they fell 30-27, 30-26, 30-26 to the University of St. Francis. From the early stages of the match, the Cougars out-hustled HU and played with more emotion and intensity. The Foresters committed 68 errors in the three games and couldn't put anything together. "With the scores as close as they were and that many errors, this is clearly a match we should have won," said Coach Schroeder. "Obviously I did not have us mentally prepared for this match."
For the Foresters, Tiffany Malfait was the lone bright spot. She finished with seven kills, a block and two aces with no errors. Amy Wilson led the Foresters with 11 kills and she added a block and 10 digs. Kellie Hanson dished out 31 assists and Stephanie Stearns had a team-high 23 digs.
The loss drops the women to 9-6 for the year and evens their record at 2-2 in conference play.