ARLINGTON, Va. - The Marymount University men's volleyball team has yet to drop a set in Continental Volleyball Conference play this season, cruising to it's fourth-straight 3-0 sweep on Saturday night against Immaculata University.
Much of the success came from the service, dropping in a program-best 26 service aces for the evening. The 26 service aces was not only a program record for the Saints, but also ranks fourth in Division III men's volleyball history for a three-set match. Although it the aces were spread out among seven players, freshmen Ervin Harrell, Miles Olson and Raymond Tarasi eached paced the team with five each, all career-best marks.
Olson, along with classmate Jason Perkins, each led the offense with match highs of six kills apiece, as Olson landed a .667 percentage and Perkins a .750.
The Saints put their perfect conference record on the line next Wednesday, February 20, when they travel to No. 11 Southern Virginia University. Start time is set for 7 p.m., in Buena Vista, Virginia.