USC Women's Volleyball Sweeps British Columbia in Exhibition
Sept. 4, 2004
All-American middle blocker Emily Adams had 10 kills and 5 blocks, both match highs, to lead the top-ranked and two-time defending NCAA champion USC women's volleyball team to a 30-13, 30-17, 30-20 sweep over the University of British Columbia in an exhibition contest on Friday (Sept. 3) in the Lyon Center.Adams hit .500, one of seven Trojans who eclipsed the .400 barrier as the team hit .420 overall. Bibiana Candelas and Alicia Robinson each also hit .500, with 9 kills apiece, while Staci Venski hit .571 with 8 kills. Libero Debora Seilhamer had 18 digs.The Women of Troy were never threatened, as BC hit just .092 in the match. Emily Cordonier led BC with 8 kills and 6 digs, while Shelley Chalmers had 4 blocks.USC, 2-0 this season after winning last weekend's NACWAA Championship, next hosts Georgia (1-0) on Saturday (Sept. 4) at 3 p.m. in the Lyon Center. Then, on Sunday (Sept. 5), the Women of Troy travel to No. 5 Pepperdine (0-0) for a 3 p.m. match that will be shown live on CSTV.