NEW YORK – Despite five different players totaling double-digit kills and hitting percentages of .458 and .500 from Christina Cornelius and Maclaine Fields, the Harvard women's volleyball team (11-7, 6-3 Ivy) suffered a setback at Columbia (8-10, 3-6) on Friday evening. The teams traded sets, tying the score 21 times in the process with the lead changing 10 times over the course of the five-set match.
Additionally, Christina Cornelius and Erin McCarthy notched their fifth double-doubles of the season. Cornelius posted 11 kills, with zero errors, along with 13 digs while McCarthy recorded 53 assists and 11 digs.
Anna Uhr contributed three service aces and was one dig short of her season high with 19.
The Crimson averaged a sideout percentage of 63, bolstered by an 84 percent mark in set one.
The Crimson will trek to Ithaca, N.Y. for a 5 p.m. matchup with Cornell tomorrow evening.