Women's Volleyball Downs NC State, 3-1
Nov. 9, 1999
RALEIGH, N.C. – Fourth-year setter Mary Frances Scott (Phoenix,Ariz./Xavier College Prep) recorded the first triple-double of her careerwith 65 assists, 14 digs and 10 kills to lead the Virginia volleyball teamto a 3-1 (15-7, 5-15, 15-5, 15-9) victory over North Carolina State Tuesdayevening at Reynolds Coliseum. With the 65 assists, Scott increases hercareer total to 5,766 to move into second place on the all-time ACC assistlist. She also moves up to 20th on the all-time NCAA Division I assistlist.
The win snaps a three-match losing streak for the Cavaliers as they improveto 16-9 overall and 9-6 in the ACC. NC State drops to 13-18 overall and3-11 in the conference.
Scott entered the match with 5,701 career assists, good for 24th on theall-time NCAA Division I assist list. With her 51st assist of the matchand number 5,752 of her career, Scott moved past North Carolina’s Erin Berg(1995-98) into second place on the all-time assist list. Andrea Nachtrieb,who played for Georgia Tech from 1993-96, holds the ACC assist record with6,102. Scott also hit .450 in the match with the 10 kills setting a newcareer high. She had one hitting error on 20 attempts and added five blockassists as well.
Third-year outside hitter Andrea Fischer (Santa Barbara, Calif./SantaBarbara) and third-year middle blocker Deanna Zwarich (Overland Park,Kan./Shawnee Mission) combined for 37 kills and a .409 hitting percentage.Fischer led UVa with 19 kills and added six digs and three block assists,while Zwarich totaled 18 kills, 10 digs and four blocks. Fourth-year middleblocker and 1998 first-team All-ACC selection Jessica Parsons (Green Oaks,Ill./Libertyville) rounded out the ‘Hoos in double figure kills with 14.She also added six digs, five blocks and two service aces. Third-yearoutside hitter Katie Jones (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) contributed 11 digsand nine kills.
As a team, Virginia hit an impressive .326, including a .618 hittingpercentage in the first game. Overall, the Cavaliers registered 79 killsin 178 attempts while committing just 21 errors.
Sophomore middle hitter Alison Kreager led the Wolfpack with 19 kills andnine digs. Freshman outside hitter Tara Greene notched 17 kills, eightdigs and four block assists, while sophomore outside hitter ChareceWilliams registered a double-double with 13 kills and 12 digs. Sophomoresetter Erin Vesey handed out 61 assists and added 15 digs.
Virginia returns to action on Friday, November 12, when it travels toHarrisonburg, Va., for a non-conference match against James Madison at 5:00p.m.
Virginia 3, North Carolina State 1
Game Scores 1 2 3 4 Final ScoreVirginia (15-9, 8-6) 15 5 15 15 -- 3N.C. State (13-18, 3-11) 7 15 6 9 -- 1
Time of Match: 2:00