NCCC comes up empty at TC Pod

NCCC comes up empty at TC Pod

Niagara County Community College lost all three of its contests at this past weekend's Region III pod hosted by Tompkins-Cortland Community College. The Thunderwolves are now 3-13 on the season with their final Western New York Athletic Conference matchup set for 6 p.m. Tues. Oct. 15 at Genesee Community College.

Corning CC 25-25-25, Niagara CCC 17-16-10

Freshman Allysa Prytula had four kills and three digs in the straight-set loss. Sophomore Maddie Phillips finished with eight digs and two service aces and classmate McKenna Collignon notched nine assists.

SUNY Broome 25-25-25, Niagara CCC 17-17-18

Phillips led the offense with seven kills and nine digs in the three-set setback. Sophomore Jessica Cruz-Jackson added four kills and seven digs, Collignon racked up 14 assists and freshman Brooke Wisor had 16 digs off the bench.

Tompkins-Cortland CC 25-26-19-7-15, Niagara CCC 16-24-25-25-7

Freshman Jenn Myers had a career-best 11 kills, but it wasn't enough as NCCC lost a five-set heartbreaker. Phillips ripped 10 kills to go with seven digs and four aces and Cruz-Jackson had seven kills, 11 digs and seven aces. Wisor added 16 digs and six assists, Collignon had 22 assists and sophomore Haley Freeburger chipped in with seven kills.