JACKSONVILLE, Ala.—The Bellarmine volleyball team fell in straight sets to ASUN West Division leader Jacksonville State on Friday night at Pete Mathews Coliseum.
The host Gamecocks got off to a strong start, taking the first set 25-9 as they hit a robust .538 while the Knights struggled to find offense, committing as many attack errors as they had kills.
Bellarmine regrouped a bit in the second set, but Jacksonville State kept its offense humming to take a 25-20 victory.
In set three, the Knights slowed the Gamecock attack, holding JSU to a .200 attack percentage, but the home team pulled out a 25-18 victory to close out the match.
Bellarmine’s top offensive threat was Bailey Roszman, who posted a .438 hitting game while chalking up a team-high nine kills.  Freshman Ashley Nordmann contributed three blocks and five kills while Anna Lococo notched a match-high 11 digs.
Jacksonville State had a dynamic duo in Katie Montgomery and Lena Kindermann who combined for 20 kills on just 31 swings as they led the Gamecocks to a team hitting percentage of .366 for the match.
The Knights fall to 6-18 overall and 2-10 in ASUN play.  The Gamecocks improve to 20-5, 10-2 ASUN.
Bellarmine returns to action on Saturday when they travel to Florence, Alabama to take on the North Alabama Lions.





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