RDC Queens volleyball win 14th straight match

Kings also win over Ambrose

The RDC Queens continue to be the hottest teams in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference women’s volleyball.

RDC picked up its 14th straight victory Saturday, knocking off the Ambrose University Lions in four sets (25-21, 20-25, 25-18, 25-14) on the road.

The Queens got contributions from several different sources, with middle Alex Greenshields and second-year outside hitter Emma Holmes leading the way with seven kills each. Erin Neufeldt, Tess Pearman and Jaiden Ferguson all each chipped in five kills. The Queens had 11 aces in the victory.

Greenshields was player of the game for the Queens and Red Deer product Journey Flewell was player of the game for the Lions. She recorded 16 digs in the loss.

Lions attacker Julia Kemper had 12 kills in the win.

The Queens next host the SAIT Trojans on Feb. 1.

The Kings swept the Lions in three sets Saturday (25-20, 25-20, 25-16).

Kings setter Tom Wass led the charge for RDC, picking up 34 assists in the win. Rookie Carter Hills was also a force, picking up 11 kills for RDC. Outside hitter Patrik Toze had eight kills for RDC.

RDC had three aces and 15 service errors.

Hills was the player of the game for the Kings and Carter McLenahan won the honour for the Lions.

The second win in a row for the Kings pushed them into a tie for third in the ACAC South with the Briercrest College Clippers at 24 points.

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