Lakehead downed quickly by Marauders

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The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team got a rough start to the second half of their season, falling in three straight sets to the McMaster Marauders in Hamilton, ON Friday night. 

“Not the way we wanted to start the season but I’m expecting a big turn around,” said head coach Craig Barclay. 

“We were unable to find and rhythm tonight and for the first time our inexperience came out.” 

Thunderwolves middle hitter Meghan Routier led the Thunderwolves with two aces, three kills and three blocks, while libero Rebekah Hara led Lakehead with 10 digs. 

The Marauders setter Rebecca Maxwell led McMaster with seven kills, four aces and 11 digs. 

“This team is very capable of responding to this and I’m expecting to see a different team prepared to play tomorrow,” said Barclay.

The Thunderwolves will face off against the Marauders for the second of their back-to-back games Saturday night. The first serve is set for 7:00 pm. 

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