LANGHORNE, Pa. – Even when its match at Ramapo got canceled, the No. 4 Marymount men's volleyball team still went into competition on Friday night when the Saints and Cairn agreed to move their Saturday match up a day. The Saints didn't hesitate to take full advantage, sealing up another CVC sweep with the 3-0 decision (25-22, 25-17, 25-15).
Sophomore Sam Safley paced Marymount for the night with a match-high 11 kills on a .240 hitting percentage, while also sending out a match-high four service aces. Junior Eric Wiles added eight kills, and junior James Knight added six on a .357 hitting percentage.
With the sweep, the Saints have won eight-straight sets dating back to February 17 when they dropped the second set to CVC division foe Eastern Mennonite en route to the 3-1 victory.
They will remain on the road for one more match before returning home to close out the regular season with seven-straight matches in the Verizon Sports Arena. Marymount will head to Stevenson University next Wednesday, March 7 for a 7 p.m., start time.