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Northeastern played its strongest set of the match in the third, battling to win 27-25.

The Huskies displayed a balanced attack, drawing at least three kills each from outside hitters Dizon and Brigitte Burcescu, middle blocker Carmen Costa and middle hitter Caterina Rosander.

“At times we can play with anybody in conference, there’s no doubt about it,” Nichols said.

Unfortunately for the Huskies, they were unable to bring that momentum into the fourth set. Despite five kills from Dizon, Northeastern lost the set 25-19 to finish the match. Dizon led the team along with Burcescu, both with 12 kills against JMU.

“The best part of the weekend, I think, was Cheri really coming out of her shell and making a name for herself against the likes of James Madison,” Nichols said. “These are two robust, substantial blockers and Cheri just had a day. And so this is what we want from our lone senior.”

Dizon went on to lead the team in kills again on Sunday, and she did it while still battling a lower-body injury from last week.

Having played the last three games on the road, the entire team was dealing with fatigue.

“There was a phrase I used to use all the time – ‘get off the bus,’” Nichols said. “Where you’re on the road and travel is wearing on you and aches and pains – it’s like, ‘Okay now it’s time to go to work.’ And so that’s not atypical for a team on the road.”

The Huskies had a tough time “getting off the bus” at Towson on Sunday. The Tigers (18-2, 5-1 CAA) won eight of the last nine points to take the first set 25-17 and rolled into the second, winning 25-16 to take a 2-0 lead in the match.

Once again, Northeastern looked crisp in the third.

Dizon landed six kills, and Bredahl ended the set with back-to-back points – a kill and a service ace – to lift the Huskies 26-24.

The Northeastern women fought hard in the fifth and had a set point opportunity, but Towson tied the score and registered two straight service aces to win the set 28-26.

“We are so close to winning each time, which is frustrating, but we are able to turn the frustration into fuel for the next match,” Dizon said. “At each practice, we have at least one improvement or goal that we work toward. I have noticed that our serve-receive has improved and because of that, our hitting has become more terminal.”

The Huskies will take on the University of Delaware on Sunday at 1 p.m. and will make up their match against the College of Charleston at 2 p.m. on Tuesday.

The game was originally planned for Oct. 4 before weather forced it to be pushed back. best cfd and forex broker Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics