Menlo women record volleyball sweep of William Jessup


Courtney Calicdan recorded 14 kills, including the go-ahead kill in the third set, and the Menlo College women's volleyball team downed visiting William Jessup, 25-16, 25-9, 25-23, Saturday in a nonconference match.

The Lady Oaks (3-4) host Holy Names in a 7 p.m. nonconference match on Tuesday.

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Calicdan, last year's Cal Pac Player of the Year, currently averages 17.1 kills and 10.3 digs per match.

Courtney Wong made the most of her three kills, all of which came in the third set. Her first one put Menlo ahead to stay at 12-11. She added another kill before ending the match with her final swing.

Menlo was ahead, 19-13, before the Warriors (0-6) rallied to tie the score, setting up the two Courtney's for their final points.

Renn Isobe added 10 digs and setters Kelly Sung and Kaya Johnson combined for 25 assists.

Women's soccer

Brittany Squarcia converted a penalty kick in the 66th minute but Menlo College could not convert other chances and lost, 3-1, to host William Jessup in a nonconference match on Saturday.

The Lady Oaks (3-2) host Oregon Tech on Friday at 1 p.m. in a nonconference match.

Squarcia has 10 points on three goals and four assists through Menlo's first five contests.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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