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Panthers Swept at Broome

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

TC3 volleyball

The struggles continued for the Tompkins Cortland Community College volleyball team Wednesday as the Panthers lost in straight sets at SUNY Broome. After opening the season with a win, TC3 has now dropped six straight. Broome improves to 7-3 with the win.

The Panthers lost by scores of 25-18, 25-22, and 25-6. Brooke Torrey (Dryden H.S./Dryden) had seven assists and five digs. Elisabeth Olcott (Fabius-Pompey H.S./Fabius) had a team-high three kills and Ashley Morgan (Elmira Free Academy/Elmira) had five digs, two kills, and an ace.

The Panthers are home Saturday.

Roster–2002 Women's Volleyball

Team photo holder

No. Name Pos. Year Ht. Wt. High School/Hometown
3 Shannon Sullivan So. Lansing/Lansing
4 Jennifer Shepard Fr. Henninger/Syracuse
6 Andrea Duchnycz Fr. Mohawk/Mohawk
7 Lareina DeMarco Fr. Rome Free Academy/Lee Center
9 Kari Smith Fr. Watkins Glen/Watkins Glen
11 Alicia Weimer Fr. Vernon-Verona Sherrill/Durhamville
14 Andrea Chamberlain Fr. Home School/Dryden
15 Sheena Adger Fr. East/Rochester
16 Arielle Bonnell So. Dryden/Freeville

Statistics–Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball

2014 Season

Overall (1-6)
MSAC (0-3), Region III Pod (0-4)

Statistics

Previous Seasons

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12 and previous years

Records

Team Records

Most Wins

19 (2005)
18 (1987)
16 (1992)

Most Consecutive Wins

8 (1987)
6 (2005)
5 (2004)

Best Winning Percentage (Season)

.620 (1987)
.594 (2005)
.536 (1986)

Most Aces (Match)

27 (vs. Corning, 9/7/04)
24 (vs. Davis College, 9/5/07)
19 (vs. Erie CC, 9/24/06)
19 (vs. Broome CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Most Aces (Season)

334 (2005)
254 (2004)
251 (1994)

Most Kills (Match)

58 (vs. Mohawk Valley CC, 10/7/06)
57 (at Jefferson CC, 9/8/07)
56 (vs. Niagara County CC, 9/24/06)

Most Kills (Season)

878 (2005)
751 (2007)
682 (2006)

Most Assists (Match)

57 (vs. Broome CC, 9/11/07)
53 (vs. Jefferson CC, 9/8/07)
51 (at Jefferson CC, 9/21/06)
51 (vs. Alfred State, NJCAA Playoffs, 10/25/05)
51 (vs. Mohawk Valley CC, 10/7/06)

Most Assists (Season)

728 (2005)
677 (2007)
607 (2006)

Most Digs (Match)

197 (vs. Mohawk Valley CC, 10/7/06)
172 (vs. SUNY Delhi, 9/27/06)
134 (vs. Niagara County CC, 9/24/06)

Most Digs (Season)

1879 (2005)
1668 (2006)
1460 (2007)

Most Blocks (Match)

27 (at Fulton-Montgomery CC, 10/26/04)
21 (vs. Jefferson CC, 9/8/07)
19 (vs. Broome CC, 9/13/05)

Most Blocks (Season)

295 (2005)
226 (2004)
207 (2007)

Individual Records - Player

Most Aces (Match)

16 Jessica Page (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 9/29/03)
11 Amber Stanton (vs. Corning CC, 9/7/04)
11 Jessica Page (vs. SUNY Delhi, 10/1/03)
11 Nickie Calale (vs. Corning CC, 9/7/04)

Most Aces (Season)

92 Kelsey Muka (2005)
69 Shannon Main (1996)
68 Jessica Page (2003)

Most Aces (Career)

96 Shannon Main (1995-96)
92 Kelsey Muka (2005)
89 Lisa Harper (1993-94)

Most Consecutive Serves (Match)

21 Jessica Page (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 9/29/03)
13 Amber Stanton (vs. Onondaga CC, 8/28/04)
13 Jessica Page (vs. Jefferson CC, 9/26/03)

Most Kills (Match)

26 Megan Sherman (vs. SUNY Delhi, 9/27/06)
25 Megan Sherman (vs. Niagara County CC, 9/24/06)
24 Megan Sherman (vs. Mohawk Valley CC, 10/7/06)
24 Megan Sherman (at Jefferson CC, 9/21/06)

Most Kills (Season)

295 Kelsey Muka (2005)
288 Megan Sherman (2006)
216 Kali Hemly (2007)

Most Kills (Career)

362 Audrey Cullen (2010-11)
344 Lindsey McCutcheon (2007-08)
295 Kelsey Muka (2005)

Most Assists (Match)

44 Amanda Christofferson (vs. Alfred State, NJCAA Playoffs, 10/25/05)
41 Brianne Butters (vs. Broome CC, 9/11/07)
40 Kristina Bement (at Jefferson CC, 9/21/06)

Most Assists (Season)

554 Amanda Christofferson (2005)
487 Brianne Butters (2007)
404 Kristina Bement (2006)

Most Assists (Career)

737 Brianne Butters (2007-08)
691 Caitlyn Potter (2010-11)
554 Amanda Christofferson (2005)

Most Digs (Match)

67 Jenna Dunkelberger (vs. Mohawk Valley CC,10/7/06)
49 Alicia Fultz (at Mohawk Valley CC, 10/8/05)
49 Jenna Dunkelberger (vs. SUNY Dehli, 9/27/06)

Most Digs (Season)

687 Alicia Fultz (2005)
535 Jenna Dunkelberger (2006)
490 Nickie Calale (2004)

Most Digs (Career)

957 Jenna Dunkelberger (2006-07)
740 Alicia Fultz (2004-05)
490 Nickie Calale (2004)

Most Blocks (Match)

17 Andrea Salinas (at Fulton-Montgomery CC, NJCAA Playoffs, 10/26/04)
13 Kelsey Muka (vs. Onondaga CC, MSAC Playoffs, 10/22/05)
11 Kelsey Muka (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 10/9/05)
11 Andrea Salinas (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 10/1/04)
11 Andrea Salinas (vs. Herkimer CCC, 10/3/04)

Most Blocks (Season)

185 Kelsey Muka (2005)
144 Andrea Salinas (2004)
84 Shannon Main (1996)

Most Blocks (Career)

185 Kelsey Muka (2005)
144 Andrea Salinas (2004)
128 Shannon Main (1995-96)

Team Playoff Records

Most Aces (Playoff Game)

19 (vs. Broome CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)
15 (at Fulton-Montgomery CC (NJCAA), 10/26/04)
12 (at Monroe CC, 10/30/07)
12 (vs. Jamestown CC (NJCAA), 10/29/05)

Most Kills (Playoff Game)

53 (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)
47 (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)
46 (at Monroe CC (NJCAA), 10/30/07)

Most Assists (Playoff Game)

51 (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)
44 (at Monroe CC (NJCAA), 10/30/07)
39 (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Most Blocks (Playoff Game)

27 (at Fulton-Montgomery CC (NJCAA), 10/26/04)
16 (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)
16 (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Most Digs (Playoff Game)

124 (at Fulton-Montgomery CC (NJCAA), 10/26/05)
115 (at Monroe CC (NJCAA), 10/30/07)
108 (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)

Individual Playoff Records

Most Aces (Playoff Game)

6, Amanda Christofferson (vs. Jamestown CC (NJCAA), 10/29/05)
6, Kelsey Muka (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)
6, Amber Stanton (vs. Broome CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)
6, Kelsey Muka (vs. Broome CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Most Kills (Playoff Game)

17, Andrea Salinas (at Fulton-Montgomery CC (NJCAA), 10/26/04)
16, Kelsey Muka (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)
16, Kelsey Muka (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Most Assists (Playoff Game)

44, Amanda Christofferson (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)
30, Amanda Christofferson (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)
22, Amanda Christofferson (vs. Broome CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Most Blocks (Playoff Game)

17, Andrea Salinas (at Fulton-Montgomery CC (NJCAA), 10/26/04)
13, Kelsey Muka (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)
10, Kelsey Muka (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)

Most Digs (Playoff Game)

41, Nickie Calale (at Fulton-Montgomery CC (NJCAA), 10/26/04)
40, Alicia Fultz (vs. Alfred State (NJCAA), 10/25/05)
35, Alicia Fultz (vs. Onondaga CC (MSAC), 10/22/05)

Honors

Total All-Region Players
6

Total All-MSAC Players
23

Miscellaneous Honors
MSAC Player of the Year (2005)

          

Coaches–Women's Volleyball

Alfie Okaru

Head Coach

Alfie OkaruCoach Okaru joined the volleyball staff as an assistant coach in 2008 before being promoted to head coach in 2009. His teams have qualified for the Mid-State Athletic Conference playoffs three times, and in 2010 the Panthers made a return trip to the NJCAA Region III postseason. Coach Okaru brings an expertise in conditioning and fitness to the coaching staff, along with enthusiasm and dedication to the team. "Coach O" is also the recreation coordinator at the College.

Contact: aoo@TC3.edu, 607-844-8222, Ext.4495


Irisa Kelly

Assistant Coach

Contact: athletics@TC3.edu


Highlights–2002 Women's Volleyball

Panthers Roll Over Elmira College JV to End on High Note

Thursday, October 17, 2002

The season came to a close on a positive note for the TC3 volleyball team Thursday as the Panthers ended the year playing their best volleyball, pounding the Elmira College JV in straight games, 30-25, 30-18, and 30-21. The Panthers finish the year 5-13-1, including four wins and a tie in their final eight games.
 
At Elmira, sophomore Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) ended her TC3 career in style. The 2001 all-conference player recorded game highs of 11 kills and 4 aces while adding 4 digs and 2 assists. Freshman Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) dished out 27 assists and classmate Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) had 11 digs and 6 kills. Sophomore Shannon Sullivan (Lansing High/Lansing), who played in 2000 before sitting out last year, completed her return season with a solid outing that featured 4 digs, 2 aces, and a kill. Sheena Adger (East High/Rochester) tied for the team lead with 6 blocks to go with her team best 17 serves. Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden) recorded 6 blocks, 7 kills, and 2 assists while fellow freshman Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) added 7 digs, 5 kills, and an ace. Kari Smith (Watkins Glen High/Watkins Glen) rounded out the scoring with an ace and 2 digs.


TC3 Takes Third at SUNY Cobleskill Invitational

Saturday, October 12, 2002

The TC3 women’s volleyball team continued its strong play over the final weeks of the season with a third place showing at the SUNY Cobleskill Invitational Saturday, October 12. The Panthers went 2-1-1 in two-game matches. TC3 won 5 of 6 games in the three pool play matches before falling to Corning in the semi-finals. TC3 is now 4-13-1.
 
In pool play, TC3 split with Hudson Valley Community College, 16-30, 30-25, beat host Cobleskill 30-23, 30-28, and beat Rockland Community College 30-25, 30-19. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) led the way, registering 41 assists in pool play. Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) paced a balanced attack with 12 kills, while 7 different Panthers had kills. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) and Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) each had 10 digs.
 
In the semi-final round, TC3 fell to nationally ranked Corning 30-21, 30-18. Shepard again had a solid match, putting up 12 assists, and earning a spot on the all-tournament team. TC3 earned the third place title based on their tournament record and points scored.
 
TC3 concludes the season on the road vs. the Elmira College JV on Thursday, October 17.


TC3 Takes Third at SUNY Cobleskill Invitational

Saturday, October 12, 2002

The TC3 women’s volleyball team continued its strong play over the final weeks of the season with a third place showing at the SUNY Cobleskill Invitational Saturday, October 12. The Panthers went 2-1-1 in two-game matches. TC3 won 5 of 6 games in the three pool play matches before falling to Corning in the semi-finals. TC3 is now 4-13-1.
 
In pool play, TC3 split with Hudson Valley Community College, 16-30, 30-25, beat host Cobleskill 30-23, 30-28, and beat Rockland Community College 30-25, 30-19. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) led the way, registering 41 assists in pool play. Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) paced a balanced attack with 12 kills, while 7 different Panthers had kills. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) and Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) each had 10 digs.
 
In the semi-final round, TC3 fell to nationally ranked Corning 30-21, 30-18. Shepard again had a solid match, putting up 12 assists, and earning a spot on the all-tournament team. TC3 earned the third place title based on their tournament record and points scored.
 
TC3 concludes the season on the road vs. the Elmira College JV on Thursday, October 17.


TC3 Takes Third at SUNY Cobleskill Invitational

Saturday, October 12, 2002

The TC3 women’s volleyball team continued its strong play over the final weeks of the season with a third place showing at the SUNY Cobleskill Invitational Saturday, October 12. The Panthers went 2-1-1 in two-game matches. TC3 won 5 of 6 games in the three pool play matches before falling to Corning in the semi-finals. TC3 is now 4-13-1.
 
In pool play, TC3 split with Hudson Valley Community College, 16-30, 30-25, beat host Cobleskill 30-23, 30-28, and beat Rockland Community College 30-25, 30-19. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) led the way, registering 41 assists in pool play. Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) paced a balanced attack with 12 kills, while 7 different Panthers had kills. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) and Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) each had 10 digs.
 
In the semi-final round, TC3 fell to nationally ranked Corning 30-21, 30-18. Shepard again had a solid match, putting up 12 assists, and earning a spot on the all-tournament team. TC3 earned the third place title based on their tournament record and points scored.
 
TC3 concludes the season on the road vs. the Elmira College JV on Thursday, October 17.


TC3 Takes Third at SUNY Cobleskill Invitational

Saturday, October 12, 2002

The TC3 women’s volleyball team continued its strong play over the final weeks of the season with a third place showing at the SUNY Cobleskill Invitational Saturday, October 12. The Panthers went 2-1-1 in two-game matches. TC3 won 5 of 6 games in the three pool play matches before falling to Corning in the semi-finals. TC3 is now 4-13-1.
 
In pool play, TC3 split with Hudson Valley Community College, 16-30, 30-25, beat host Cobleskill 30-23, 30-28, and beat Rockland Community College 30-25, 30-19. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) led the way, registering 41 assists in pool play. Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) paced a balanced attack with 12 kills, while 7 different Panthers had kills. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) and Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) each had 10 digs.
 
In the semi-final round, TC3 fell to nationally ranked Corning 30-21, 30-18. Shepard again had a solid match, putting up 12 assists, and earning a spot on the all-tournament team. TC3 earned the third place title based on their tournament record and points scored.
 
TC3 concludes the season on the road vs. the Elmira College JV on Thursday, October 17.


TC3 Pushes Ranked Team, But Falls

Thursday, October 10, 2002

Playing at nationally ranked Onondaga Community College, the TC3 volleyball team gave the hosts all they could handle before falling in games, 30-17, 31-29, and 30-25. TC3 is now 2-12, while Onondaga, ranked #11 in the nation, improves to 14-9.
 
TC3 featured a balanced attack that saw seven different players register a kill, led by Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) with six and Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) with five. Jennifer Van Atta (Spencer-Van Etten High/Spencer) led the team in digs with ten, while Duchnycz chipped in eight. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) dished out 21 assists and Alicia Weimer (Vernon-Verona Sherrill High/Durhamville) fired 3 aces.
 
TC3 plays at the SUNY Cobleskill Invitational Saturday.


TC3 Volleyball Can't Hold On, Lose to #5 Team in Nation

Monday, October 07, 2002

The TC3 women's volleyball team played one of its best matches of the year Monday night. Unfortunately, they were playing against one of the best teams in the nation. After winning game one, TC3 dropped three close games to lose to Mohawk Valley Community College 30-25, 23-30, 23-30, and 19-30. TC3 is now 2-11. MVCC, ranked #5 in the nation, is now 17-4.
 
The Panthers looked poised for the upset early, controlling play the entire first game before winning on a block by Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden). Game two saw TC3 give up a six point rally early and never recover, staying six to eight points back the rest of the way. Game three was a classic seesaw battle, with the two teams trading the lead six times before MVCC took the lead for good at 20-19. In the final game, TC3 again took control early, and led the game as late as 16-15, before an eight point MVCC rally turned the tide for good.
 
Sheena Adger (East High/Rochester) and Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) led the offense, each with eight kills. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) dished out 28 assists, one shy of a TC3 record. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) had 10 digs and Lariena DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) 8 digs and 4 aces.
 
TC3 travels to Onondaga Community College Thursday, October 10 for their conference finale.


Panthers Beat Ranked Team

Saturday, October 05, 2002

The TC3 women's volleyball team picked up a big win Saturday, topping the seventh ranked team in the region in straight games. TC3 beat Herkimer County Community College 30-28 and 30-17.
 
In the win over Herkimer, TC3 was lead by the inspired play of Sheena Adger (East High/Rochester), who collected ten kills. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) dished out 15 assists and Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) had 7 digs and 4 kills. The win snapped a seven match losing streak for the Panthers.


TC3 Falls to Jamestown

Saturday, October 05, 2002

The TC3 women's volleyball team lost to eighth ranked Jamestown Community College, 30-12 and 30-13.
 
TC3 was led by Jennifer Van Atta's (Spencer-Van Etten High/Spencer) six kills.


Slow Start Hampers Panthers Again

Wednesday, October 02, 2002

Playing at Delhi, the TC3 volleyball team showed tremendous resolve, but again fell victim to a case of too little, too late. The Panthers fell in four games, 14-30, 30-26, 22-30, 20-30. TC3 is now 1-9.
 
As has been the case several times this season, a slow start put TC3 in a bad position early. And, like other times, the visitors battled back led by several outstanding individual efforts. Sheena Adger (East High/Rochester) continues her inspired play of late, recording six digs, five kills, and four blocks. Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) fired seven aces to go with four kills and four digs, Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden) added six kills, one ace and one block. Jennifer Van Atta (Spencer-Van Etten High/Spencer) chipped in with six kills and two digs and Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) dished out 24 assists.
 
TC3 returns to action on Saturday, October 5 with tri-match with Jamestown CC and Herkimer County CC. The homecoming contests start with TC3 taking on Jamestown at Noon.


TC3 Falls at Morrisville

Monday, September 30, 2002

A slow start doomed the TC3 volleyball team Monday, as the Panthers lost at SUNY Morrisville 30-19, 30-24, and 30-28. TC3 is now 1-8 on the season.
 
TC3 was led by Sheena Adger (East High/Rochester), who had a balanced night of five kills, five assists, and three blocks. Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) added six kills and two aces, and Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) had five kills and three digs. Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) added 16 assists.
 
TC3 plays at SUNY Delhi Wednesday.


TC3 Goes Distance in Loss

Saturday, September 28, 2002

On Saturday, TC3 opened with Alfred State in a contest where every game was settled by just two points. Alfred won the opener 30-28, TC3 took the second in overtime 33-31 before dropping the deciding game in overtime18-16. Bryanna Nieves (Clarkstown South High/Nanuet) had five kills and five digs, while Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) had five aces. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) had 6 digs and 3 aces and Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) had 15 assists.
 
TC3 returns to action Monday, September 30 at SUNY Morrisville.


Panthers Lose at Canton

Saturday, September 28, 2002

TC3 fell to SUNY Canton in straight games, 30-19 and 30-26. Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk) had four kills aces and Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) had five assists.


Panthers Fall in Five

Friday, September 27, 2002

TC3 took the first game 30-27 before falling in the second game 30-18. Game three went to TC3, 30-25, before the home team won the final two games, 30-27 and 15-8. TC3 was led by ten kills from Jennifer Van Atta (Spencer-Van Etten High/Spencer) and nine blocks and six kills from Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden). Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) had 18 assists.


TC3 Falls at Cobleskill

Wednesday, September 25, 2002

In a rare match that saw the losing team outscore the winners, the TC3 volleyball team fell to SUNY Cobleskill in five games, 30-23, 18-30, 30-25, 15-30, 15-7. The Panthers lost despite outscoring the Tigers in total points over the five games, 115-108. TC3 is now 1-4 while Cobleskill is 4-11.
 
TC3 was led by Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville), who had team highs of 15 assists and 4 aces. Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden) tallied 11 kills and Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) had 7 digs and 6 kills. Jennifer Van Atta (Spencer-Van Etten High/Spencer) had 5 digs and 4 kills and Sheena Adger (East High/Rochester) added 4 digs and 5 kills.
 
TC3 returns to action Friday, September 27 at Jefferson Community College.


TC3 Sweeps Canton For First Win

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

For the first time this season, the TC3 volleyball team got off to a fast start. And for the first time this season, the end was sweet for the Panthers. After jumping to a 6-1 lead in game one, TC3 stretched the margin to as much as 10 en route to a 30-21 win. TC3 completed the sweep with wins in games two and three, 30-27 and 30-28. TC3 is now 1-3 overall and 1-2 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference (MSAC). Canton falls to 0-3 overall and 0-2 in the MSAC.
 
After TC3 controlled game one, not letting Canton within five points, the two teams played nip-and-tuck for games two and three. In game two, TC3 took a 12-10 lead on back-to-back kills by Andrea Duchnycz (Mohawk High/Mohawk). The Panthers enjoyed the lead the rest of the way, but, despite stretching it to six points (19-13), could never shake the visitors. After Canton battled back to within two points, a Northstar service error gave TC3 the win. In game three, the two teams traded the lead until TC3 went on a run that turned a 10-10 game into a 16-10 TC3 lead. Canton continued to fight back, but TC3 held a lead until the Northstars tied it at 25-25. From there TC3 moved ahead 29-25, but couldn't put the visitors away until an Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) kill found it's mark and gave the Panthers the win.
 
Bonnell led the winners with six kills, while Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) had ten assists. Bryanna Nieves (Clarkstown South High/Nanuet) had a team-high five aces, and Jennifer Van Atta (Spencer-Van Etten High/Spencer) collected four digs.
 
TC3 returns to action Wednesday, September 25 at SUNY Cobleskill.


TC3 Falls to Third Nationally Ranked Opponent In A Row

Tuesday, September 17, 2002

A slow start cost the TC3 women’s volleyball team in its Mid-State Athletic Conference (MSAC) match at Broome Community College Tuesday. The Panthers fell behind early, dropping the opening game 30-13, en route to a 3-0 loss to the Hornets. TC3 lost game two and three 30-20 and 30-23 to drop to 0-3 overall and 0-2 in the MSAC. Broome improved to 7-4. The match with Broome was TC3’s third-in-a-row against a nationally ranked opponent. Broome, Fulton-Montgomery CC, and Corning CC all each ranked in the top 15 in the nation.
 
The Dryden-duo of Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden) and Arielle Bonnell (Dryden High/Freeville) led the visitors. Chamberlain finished with 3 kills, 7 blocks, and 2 aces, while Bonnell had 2 kills, 2 aces, and 2 assists. Bryanna Nieves (Clarkstown South/Nanuet) paced TC3 with 24 assists.
 
TC3 returns home to take on SUNY Canton on Wednesday, September 18. The game starts at 6 PM.


Panthers Fall Just Short

Thursday, September 12, 2002

After opening the season with a straight set loss to the defending Region III champions on Tuesday, the TC3 volleyball team was looking for some improvement on Thursday against Fulton-Montgomery Community College. While the home team did show improvement, they couldn't turn it into a win, as FMCC defeated TC3, 30-27, 30-28, and 30-20. TC3 is now 0-2; Fulton-Montgomery improves to 9-3.
 
Games one and two saw the two teams stay close the entire way, with neither team taking a big lead. FMCC pulled out the wins in both games, thanks in part to a combined 13 TC3 service errors. Game three was tied 6-6 when Fulton-Montgomery went on an 11-1 run to pull away.
 
Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) led TC3 with 21 assists. Lareina DeMarco (Rome Free Academy/Rome) added 6 kills and Andrea Chamberlain (Home School/Dryden) had 3 aces.
 
TC3 returns to action Tuesday, September 17 with a MAC match-up at Broome Community College. The game starts at 6 PM.


Panthers Drop Opener

Tuesday, September 10, 2002

The TC3 women's volleyball dropped its season opener 3-0 to defending Region III champion Corning Community College tonight. TC3 is now 0-1 while Corning improves to 6-1.
 
The two teams started play evenly, with TC3 holding leads of 1-0 and 7-6 in the first game. Despite the strong play of Corning sophomore Kristin Wheaton, TC3 kept the score close, cutting the lead to just two late in the game, 25-23. TC3 could get no closer as the Red Barons posted a 30-24 win in game one. Games two and three saw the Panthers fall behind early and never recover. In the second game, TC3 fell behind 15-4 before playing the rest of the game evenly, losing 30-19. Game three was all Corning, with the visitors jumping to a 14-5 lead, spreading it to 21-7 before posting a 30-18 victory.
 
Jennifer Shepard (Henninger High/Syracuse) led TC3 with 12 assists, while Melissa Sullivan (Mynderse Academy/Seneca Falls) added 4 aces and 4 kills.
 
TC3 returns to action Thursday, September 12 with a non-conference match with Fulton-Montgomery Community College. The game starts at 7 PM.


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2002 Women's Volleyball Schedule
Date/Time
Opponent/Location
Results
Tue 09/10
Corning CC
Home
Thu 09/12
Fulton-Montgomery CC
Home
Tue 09/17
SUNY Broome
Broome CC
Wed 09/18
SUNY Canton
Home
Wed 09/25
SUNY Cobleskill
Cobleskill
Fri 09/27
Jefferson CC
Jefferson CC
Sat 09/28
SUNY Canton
Canton
Sat 09/28
Alfred State College
Canton
Mon 09/30
Morrisville State
Morrisville
Wed 10/02
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