MVB: Wildcats Lose in Four at Keuka.

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KEUKA PARK, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly men's volleyball team lost their match Saturday against Keuka College in four sets. The Wildcats took the first set 25-23. Poly went on to drop set two, three, and four with scores of 20-25, 21-25, and 21-25 to lose the match 3-1. The Wildcats struggled on the attack hitting just .089 as a team. Keuka hit .255 as a team in the match. The Wildcats are now 3-6 this season.



  • Connor Schultz (Lancaster, Pa.) had 17 kills on 38 attempts hitting .184. He also added three digs and one block for the Wildcats.
  • Matthew Russo (Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.) had five kills for the Wildcats. He contributed six digs and a match-high four service aces.
  • Nathan Farnham (Penfield, N.Y.) had 34 assists, four kills, and two service aces.
  • Brad McKnight led the Wolves with 16 kills on 30 attempts hitting .400.
  • Marcus Davic added 10 kills for the Wolves. He also contributed eight digs and 2 blocks in the four-set victory.



The Wildcats will head to Aurora, N.Y. for a tri-match at Wells College on Sunday, February 9th. The Wildcats will take on NEAC opponent Wells at 12:00 PM and non-conference opponent Elmira at 2:00 PM.



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