Salisbury University's volleyball team held its Senior Day game Saturday, taking on the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays at Maggs Physical Activity Center.
After three close sets, the Sea Gulls lost 3-0 (25-23, 28-26, 25-22).
The Sea Gulls will go on to close out the regular season Oct. 28 and 29, facing Nazareth College, Hunter College and Rowan University at the Rowan Quad in Glassboro, New Jersey.
Gallery by Photo Editor Benjamin Lausch
The Salisbury University volleyball team takes time before Saturday's game to celebrate its senior players (from left): Angelina Casserly, Amanda Chew, Jenna Feinauer, Blair Pausic and Jensen Haas. The senior setters smile behind commemorative jerseys, joined by Head Coach Nikki Binetti.
Photo courtesy of Salisbury University Athletics
Senior Angelina Casserly reaches for one of nine kills landed in the match against Johns Hopkins University.
(Left) Blue Jays set up for a kill, only to be blocked by sophomore Sea Gull Delaney Madsen and senior Amanda Chew (right).
Sophomore Natalie Uibel serves the ball during the game's second set.
Sea Gulls celebrate after tying the game at 24-24 during the second set.
Junior Brooke Young ends the game with 15 assists and four digs.
Senior Amanda Chew goes for the kill, getting the ball past two blocking Blue Jays.
Chew finishes the Senior Day game with a team-high of ten kills.
By BENJAMIN LAUSCH
Photography courtesy of Benjamin Lausch & Salisbury University Athletics.