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Nichols pointed out that a full year has passed since Fry suffered the lower body injury that ended her season last year.
“I’m thrilled for Hannah that she’s healthy and about the level she’s been playing at,” he said.
On Sunday the team took on Boston College, and the Northeastern women really clicked.
The team’s success was partially due to a healthy Brigitte Burcescu. The junior outside hitter followed Saturday’s 12-kill performance with 11 against the Eagles (5-5).
Bredahl led the team with 13 kills in the match, landing five in the first set. The Huskies won the game 25-19.
The following set was a bit of a marathon, with Northeastern fighting back from four BC set points to stay alive.
“Our ability under pressure in close sets has really stood out,” Nichols said. “We definitely have a lot more assets this year. What’s most encouraging is that when we need people to step up late, it’s been a different person each time.”
This time it was Bredahl who stood up, landing two timely kills to propel the Huskies, 32-30.
The Eagles appeared worn out in the third, and Northeastern took advantage, winning 25-16 to complete the sweep.
Junior setter Kristen Walding provided 43 assists Sunday, and sophomore libero Gabrielle Eyl bolstered the backline with 16 digs.
Tuesday’s match against New Hampshire was close early on. The Wildcats (7-8) pushed the Huskies late in the first, but kills from Burcescu and Bredahl lifted Northeastern to a 27-25 win.
New Hampshire built a lead in the second, and though the Northeastern women strung together a comeback, the Wildcats pulled away 25-23 to even the match.
The rest of the night belonged to the Huskies, who won both of the following sets to extend their winning streak. Rosander came up big in the match, leading the team with 14 kills – her season high.
With the win, Northeastern rolls into the CAA season with plenty of momentum.
“The conference is a little more wide-open than I anticipated,” Nichols said. “I don’t think anyone has enough measure in terms of wins against top teams to determine who will emerge. I forecast a lot of hairsplitting.”
In-league competition begins Friday, as the Huskies head south to take on the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.