Bethel Men’s Volleyball Sweeps Siena Heights

by | Apr 13, 2024 | Bethel University, Headlines, Men's Volleyball | 0 comments

ADRIAN, Mich. — The Bethel Pilots (10-15, 5-13) bounced back as they defeated Siena Heights University (12-14, 9-9) 3-0 Saturday afternoon.

Bethel kept a slight lead in set one until Siena Heights fought back and tied the game at 14-14. Kills from Tiago Silva and Andre Parra helped the Pilots grab a 25-22 win.

In set two, the Pilots didn’t let Siena Heights tie the match. There was only a three or four point difference during the set until Erik Malek earned a kill and then won the set with a service ace 25-19.

The Pilots opened the third set with a 5-0 run and maintained a steady lead till the end to win 25-21.

Marcos Henrike led the team with 14 kills.

Jack Hughes earned 21 assists during the contest.

Sebastian Rodriguez recorded 13 digs in the game.

NEXT TIME OUT

The Pilots await the seeding for the WHAC tournament.

 

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