McMINNVILLE, Ore. — The Puget Sound women's volleyball team came back to win against Linfield, 3-2, in Saturday night's road match.
The Loggers remained neck-and-neck with the Wildcats at the start of the first set, but Linfield began to pull away and notched the first win, 25-19.
Linfield came out strong in the second set, leading Puget Sound 17-10. The Loggers bounced back with consecutive kills, and lead the set, 24-23, but the Wildcats prevailed winning, 28-26.
The Loggers entered the third set, down 2-0, but rallied to win the next two. Conquering the Wildcats, 25-22, and 26-24.
The two teams were all tied up, pushing the match to the final fifth set. The Loggers and Wildcats exchanged points back and forth but Puget Sound sealed the win, 16-14, with two back-to-back kills from Alli Reviglio and Moira McVicar.
Logger Erika Smith recorded 19.5 points, 15 kills and three digs.
Puget Sound takes on cross-town rival Pacific Lutheran Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.