Biola falls to Holy Names

Eagles lose 3-1 to the Hawks.


Courtesy of Biola Athletics

Redshirt senior setter Abby Brewster leaps into the air to set the ball.

Caleb Crawley, Sports Editor

Biola University’s women’s volleyball team lost 3-1 on the road at Holy Names Wednesday night. The loss drops the Eagles’ overall record to 9-8 and 6-4 in the PacWest. Biola currently sits fifth in the league standings. 


Holy Names captured the first set against Biola 25-23. The Eagles responded in the second set, winning by a wide margin of 25-13. The Hawks recorded 17 kills in the third set and took advantage of five Biola errors to pull ahead 25-18. HNU recorded four of their 10 total aces in the fourth set to finish off Biola 25-21. 

Despite the loss, Biola out-blocked Holy Names 9-5 at the net. Senior middle blocker Abigail Copeland led Biola with five blocks, including three solo and two assist blocks. Redshirt freshman middle blocker followed Copeland with a solo block and two block assists. 

Senior outside hitter Madison Beebe recorded six out of a team-total 13 kills in Wednesday’s contest, including the final point of the second set. 

Biola continues conference play against Dominican on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m.

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