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The Huskies lost the first set but came back in the second to edge the Bears 25-22, driven by five kills from Bredahl, who led the team with 18 in the match.
The third set was tight, and it ended up being crucial as the teams battled back and forth. The Huskies trailed early but were able to come back and take a 21-19 lead. Bredahl was stellar, landing three kills in a 5-point run.
But California scored five of the next six points, and though the Huskies were able to keep it close, the Bears eked out a 25-23 set.
The Huskies did well in the fourth frame, winning 25-21 and knotting the match at two sets apiece.
The final set was close early on, but four points in a row for California tipped the balance, and the Huskies ended up losing 15-11.
While Northeastern was not able to pull out the win, one positive takeaway was the depth of the team’s attack. Four players totaled double-digit kills for the match—and that’s with Underdown and junior outside hitter Brigitte Burcescu both out with lower body injuries.
One of the Huskies who really stepped up was middle blocker Shaina White. The freshman from Mission Viejo, California had 11 kills against California and a team-best nine against UC Irvine.
White is one of seven players on the team who are originally from California, so the bleachers were packed with Northeastern supporters during the tournament.
“I was thrilled that they all came out,” Nichols said. “We had a number of alumni at the games too.
If it’s that type of support that fuels the team, the Northeastern women should have no trouble finding more of it as they return to the Cabot Center to host this weekend’s tournament, beginning with a match against Fordham University on Friday.
photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics