BOSTON, Mass. – Senior Lexie Cambray (Bedford, N.H.) highlighted two straight-set victories on Saturday afternoon, becoming the fifth player in Wentworth women's volleyball history to reach the 1,000 digs plateau. The Leopards defeated Salem State University and Northern Vermont-Johnson to boost their overall record to 13-4 with their seventh straight win.
Match One – Wentworth 3, Salem State 0 (25-20, 25-8, 25-15)
- Kills – Devin Neal (9), Makenna Salsbury (6), Jade Iadarola (5)
- Digs – Peyton Tague (12), Jade Iadarola (9), Ashley Lavigne (9)
- Assists – Ashley Lavigne (13), Chaise Kakuk (13)
- Blocks – Devin Neal (3BA)
- Neal, freshman Viviann Goulet and senior Morgan Whaley each posted career-high offensive numbers
- Tague put up a career-best 12 digs to lead Wentworth's defense
- Lavigne registered six service aces, including four-in-a-row in the final set, which ranks fourth all-time
- Leopards had 14 aces as a team (fourth all-time)
- WIT is now 4-1 all-time against Salem State
Match Two – Wentworth 3, NVU-Johnson 0 (25-8, 25-15, 25-10)
- Kills – Leah Rogoz (10), Riley Waggoner (6), Mary Zlotosch (5)
- Digs – Claire Quick (10), Lexie Cambray (8), Jordan Chapman (6)
- Assists – Jordan Chapman (30)
- Cambray reached her career milestone halfway through the second set, and now ranks fifth in the record books
- Cambray is the third player to hit 1,000 digs this season
- Leopards hit a season-high .403 as a team which ranks second behind .520 hitting at Anna Maria on 9/29/18
- The Leopards continue a heavy homestand on Tuesday for a 7:00 p.m. conference match against UNE.
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