The Quincy University men's volleyball team topped the Milwaukee
School of Engineering 3-0 on the road on Thursday night to record
their sixth consecutive win. The Hawks won with ease, winning
25-15, 25-20 and 25-15 to improve to 14-8 on the season.
The Hawks offense was on fire all night long, hitting .392 as a team with 36 kills and just seven errors. They improved their attack percentage in each set of the match concluding the match by hitting .591 in the third set. The Hawks also limited their mistakes with just nine service errors while also compiling six service aces.
After MSOE scored the first two points of the match the Hawks rolled off seven straight to take command. Steven Battaglia started the run for Quincy with three consecutive kills off sets by Andrew Ouano and Joseph Sokol added an ace while serving six straight points for Quincy. MSOE committed attack errors on three of the final five points of the set as Quincy took the game 25-15. The second set was an even battle with Quincy leading just 22-20 late before back to back kills from Joseph Ascher gave the Hawks some breathing room. Ouano finished off the game with a service ace for Quincy.
MSOE jumped out to a 3-1 lead in the third set but the hawks did not waver and unleashed a potent attack in which they finished with 14 kills and just one error. MSOE hit just .104 as a team with 28 kills and 20 errors. The Hawks were led by Steven Battaglia's 11 kills while Joseph Ascher added 10 kills. Andrew Ouano finished with 34 assists and Tanner Wright added nine digs.