CAMBRIDGE - Waterloo swept Cambridge 25-12, 25-19, 25-20 in a Capitol South volleyball match on Thursday.
Taylor Stenklyft had 15 assists for the Blue Jays. Mayah Holzhueter tallied six kills, Saveea Freeland had eight digs and Emma Nottestad notched two blocks.
For the Pirates, Sophia Schneider served three aces, also contributing 16 assists. Kamden Fitzgerald dug out 10 shots, Quinnly Hush had a block and Rylee Duessler had 13 kills.
"The girls came out strong in the first set, building an early lead on strong serving from Sophia Schneider and aggressive hitting by Rylee Duessler," Waterloo volleyball coach Christy Mosher said.
"Cambridge came out with a bit more fire the second 2 sets and stepped up their passing and were able to get some touches on our attack. We were missing our starting Libero tonight and Senior Kamden Fitzgerald stepped in nicely along with Madelyn Ponti at defensive specialist to keep a lot of rallies going throughout the match.
"It was back and forth early in the third set we got a nice contribution from Allie Fitzgerald as she notched 3 kills at key points in the set."