Kellogg Community College’s women’s volleyball team fell to conference opponent Grand Rapids Community College in four sets Tuesday at home in Battle Creek.
The Raiders took set one 25-21, set three 25-12 and set four 25-19; the Bruins took set two 25-12.
KCC was led on the court by sophomore Emily Delmotte (Marshall/Marshall High School), who had 11 kills, 2 solo blocks and 4 block assists; freshman Rose Tecumseh (Navajo/Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation), who had 12 kills, 2 aces, 2 solo blocks and 5 block assists; freshman Kameron Haley (Battle Creek/St. Philip Catholic Central High School), who had 36 digs, 5 aces and 3 kills; and sophomore Hannah Landis (Three Rivers/Three Rivers High School), who had 12 kills, 2 blocks and 9 digs.
Head KCC Coach Tom VanWienen said it was a great match by both teams.
“Very proud of the ladies tonight,” VanWienen said. “Good funny match to be a part of and will help us get better moving forward.”
The loss brings the Bruins’ record for the season so far to 8-2 and their conference record to 4-2.
The team’s next match starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, at home at the Battle Creek Central Fieldhouse, 162 Champion St., Battle Creek, against conference opponent Muskegon Community College.
For more information about KCC’s women’s volleyball team, including a full season schedule, roster, results and photos of the team, visit www.kellogg.edu/volleyball.