Sting’s Unbeaten Streak At Home Is Over

Sting player Peter Ostranski-Ayles against Georgian Grizzlies. Courtesy - Senecasting.ca

By – Mnishi Sharma

Seneca Sting men’s volleyball team is preparing to play against George Brown College tomorrow. They faced their first home defeat of the season against the Georgian Grizzlies on Wednesday.

Sting Headcoach Brian Singh

“It’s these inconsistencies that are our problem you know you can not play one game more consistent than the other, against a good team like this, they will win every single time.” head coach Brian Singh said after the loss.

The Sting did not have a great start to the game. They lost the first set by 25 – 13 against the Grizzlies who are yet to lose a game this season. Seneca did even the match with the visitors by winning the second set 20 – 25. They lost the next two sets on a close margin after putting up an intense fight.

“They went on a run right at the end and we couldn’t catch back, it is little things like that, see, when a team goes on a run you have to stop it and score, you can’t stop it and then get an error. It’s the unforced errors.” Singh said in a post-game interview.

The Sting have struggled with serving this season according to Singh. His team is averaging 18 service errors a game. They made a total of 12 serving errors on Wednesday.

The team has an overall record of 4-4 and is sixth in the Eastern Conference. Their away game tomorrow will be the last for this year before they resume the rest of the season in January.

 

 

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