Womens Volleyball

Stanford 3, Villanova 0

Date of competition: Friday, August 27, 2021

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The No. 21 Stanford women's volleyball team opened the 2021 season with a 25-14, 25-20, 27-25 sweep at Villanova, Friday, in the first volleyball match held in Finneran Pavilion.

Stanford (1-0) had five players register eight or more kills, led by junior Kendall Kipp’s 10. The Cardinal hit .302 in the match, while holding the Wildcats (0-1) to a .167 clip. Stanford applied pressure on the Wildcats from the service line, notching six aces.

Freshman setter Kami Miner registered a double-double with 40 assists and 14 digs. The Redondo Beach native, who played with the U.S. women's national U19 team over te4 summer, also had a pair of kills and an ace in her collegiate debut.

Senior middle blocker Holly Campbell, who missed the entire spring season due to injury, returned to the lineup to hit .615 with nine kills on 13 swings with just one error. Junior middle blocker McKenna Vicini added eight kills on a career-high .533 hitting percentage.

Outside hitters Caitie Baird and Natalie Berty each notched nine kills. Baird finished with five digs and three blocks, while Berty had two digs, a solo block and an assist. Sophomore libero Elena Oglivie racked up 19 digs and matched her career-highs in assists (5) and aces (3).

Defensive specialists Alex Lougeay and Taylor Beaven both made their Stanford debuts against the Wildcats. Lougeay totaled four digs and an assists, while Beaven had a dig.

Junior setter Selina Xu, a former standout at Menlo School, appeared in all three sets as a serving sub and posted a dig.

Stanford closes the opening weekend on Saturday at Temple. First serve is slated for 3 p.m. PT from McGonigle Hall.
-- Regina Verlengiere/Stanford Athletics.

posted by Regina on Aug 27, 2021 at 11:30 pm

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