Women’s Volleyball Heads to New Hampshire

Women’s Volleyball Heads to New Hampshire

Live Stats
Last Meeting

 Harvard vs. New Hampshire
 Sept. 13, 2016
 7 p.m.
 Lundholm Gymnasium
 Women's Volleyball vs. UNH
 Harvard leads, 14-10-0
 W, 3-2 (Sept. 15, 2015)

The Harvard women's volleyball team currently leads the series against New Hampshire 14-10 (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After a tough weekend of competition at the 2016 Baden Invitational hosted by Long Beach State and Loyola Marymount, the Harvard women's volleyball team takes a quick trip to Durham, New Hampshire to face the Wildcats on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

Last Time Out
Harvard suffered two double-header losses against Duke (0-3), Loyola Marymount (0-3), Arizona State (0-3) and Pepperdine (2-3) at the Baden Invitational. The Crimson fell to 1-5 overall on the season.

Big Numbers at Baden
The Crimson did not go down without a fight at the Baden Invitational, as sophomore Christina Cornelius, junior Caroline Labanowski and freshman Maclaine Fields each posted double-digit kills for the tournament. Cornelius posted 35 kills, Labanowski notched 24 kills and Fields netted 13.

Top of the Pack
Senior Corinne Bain posted seven service aces during the four-game stretch. She holds Harvard's all-time record in service aces, grossing 124 overall. She is climbing the Harvard record books in two other categories including all-time assists and all-time digs per set. Bain currently sits at fourth place in all-time assists, with 1,885 and is tied for sixth in all-time digs per set with 3.02.

Ivy League Accolades 
Bain and Fields were selected to the Honor Roll for Ivy League Players of the Week. Bain has a .231 hitting percentage for the season, while Fields holds a .245 percentage. In the four matches of the season, Bain has recorded 15 sets played and 117 assists while Fields has made appearances in 14 sets and earned 15 total blocks.

Scouting New Hampshire
The Wildcats just wrapped up a three game tournament hosted by Temple. The Wildcats lost in four against Temple (24-26, 21-25, 25-18, 15-25). The Wildcats went on to lose to Cleveland State in four (16-25, 25-22, 26-28, 12-25). Freshman outside hitter, Emily Tanski recorded her fourth double-double of the season with 10 kills and 14 digs. Junior outside hitter Courtney Bowman finished the game with 14 kills.

Harvard currently leads the all-time series, 14-10, with the last meeting occurring Sept. 15, 2015, with Harvard earning a 3-2 win.

What's Up Next
The Crimson are hosting the New England Challenge on Sept. 16-17 with matches set against Boston College on Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. and Northeastern on Sept. 17 at 5 p.m. Both matches will be available to stream on the Ivy League Digital Network