Gryphon volleyball men swept aside by Waterloo

Gryphon volleyball men swept aside by Waterloo

WATERLOO – The Guelph Gryphons were swept for the fifth consecutive match as they were defeated 3-0 by the Waterloo Warriors Saturday night in OUA men’s volleyball play on the Carl Totzke Court in Waterloo’s Physical Athletics Centre.

Waterloo won 25-17, 25-14, 25-17 to hand the Gryphs their sixth consecutive loss. Last win by the Gryphs was a 3-2 victory over the Western Mustangs Jan. 13. The loss was also Guelph’s eighth consecutive road loss.


Waterloo Warriors 3 Guelph Gryphons 0

The Gryphs had more errors (21) than kills (20) in the match for a -.013 kill percentage while the Warriors had a .406 kill percentage.

Guelph had 20 kills, an ace, three blocks, 18 assists and 18 digs in the match while Waterloo had 38 kills, two aces, nine blocks, 37 assists and 30 digs.

Cameron Chadwick had five kills and four digs for the Gryphs while Arjun Selhi had five kills and four digs and Alexander Odle had three kills and a block. Joshua Glasbergen had the ace and a block while Andrew Song had 10 assists, Jack Richards had six assists and Daniel Pickett had an assist and four digs.

Liam Mcarthur had 11 kills and eight digs for Waterloo while Ben Newell had both aces. Fehin Awobodu had six blocks and Logan Wenzel had 35 assists.

Guelph and Waterloo both remain in the playoff races as they are tied for ninth in the standings with 8-10 records. Top eight qualify for the playoffs and the Western Mustangs and Toronto Metropolitan Bold are tied for seventh at 9-9.

The Gryphs are to finish their regular season with a pair of matches with the winless RMC Paladins (0-18) at the Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre. They’re to play both Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.

 

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Gryphon volleyball men swept aside by Waterloo

WATERLOO – The Guelph Gryphons were swept for the fifth consecutive match as they were defeated 3-0 by the Waterloo Warriors Saturday night in OUA men’s volleyball play on the Carl Totzke Court in Waterloo’s Physical Athletics Centre.

Waterloo won 25-17, 25-14, 25-17 to hand the Gryphs their sixth consecutive loss. Last win by the Gryphs was a 3-2 victory over the Western Mustangs Jan. 13. The loss was also Guelph’s eighth consecutive road loss.


Waterloo Warriors 3
Guelph Gryphons 0

The Gryphs had more errors (21) than kills (20) in the match for a -.013 kill percentage while the Warriors had a .406 kill percentage.

Guelph had 20 kills, an ace, three blocks, 18 assists and 18 digs in the match while Waterloo had 38 kills, two aces, nine blocks, 37 assists and 30 digs.

Cameron Chadwick had five kills and four digs for the Gryphs while Arjun Selhi had five kills and four digs and Alexander Odle had three kills and a block. Joshua Glasbergen had the ace and a block while Andrew Song had 10 assists, Jack Richards had six assists and Daniel Pickett had an assist and four digs.

Liam Mcarthur had 11 kills and eight digs for Waterloo while Ben Newell had both aces. Fehin Awobodu had six blocks and Logan Wenzel had 35 assists.

Guelph and Waterloo both remain in the playoff races as they are tied for ninth in the standings with 8-10 records. Top eight qualify for the playoffs and the Western Mustangs and Toronto Metropolitan Bold are tied for seventh at 9-9.

The Gryphs are to finish their regular season with a pair of matches with the winless RMC Paladins (0-18) at the Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre. They’re to play both Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.

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