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Chelsea Prescott had six kills and eight digs Wednesday while playing in a college volleyball match. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Slow start, hot finish.

The Medaille College volleyball team needed a little time to warm up Wednesday, but rallied to give one of the best teams in its league a stern test.

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford escaped with a 25-9, 25-16, 25-23 win, but the Mavericks and Coupeville sensation Chelsea Prescott made the Panthers work for every point.

The loss drops Medaille to 1-4 in Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference play, 4-14 overall, while Pitt improves to 4-2, 16-5.

The Mavericks have three regular-season games left on the schedule, with their home finale this Saturday, Oct. 23 against Mount Aloysius College.

Wednesday, Prescott continued a run of filling up the stat sheet, racking up six kills, eight digs, a service ace, a block assist, and 7.5 points of offense.

Halle Bogas (12 kills) and Haley Kennedy (28 assists) joined the former Wolf in playing inspired ball against a high-flying Pitt squad.

Prescott has started all 18 matches of her freshman season, playing in all of her team’s 57 sets.

She’s piled up 95 kills, 135 digs, 18 aces, 10 assists, two solo blocks, nine block assists, and 119.5 points.

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Chelsea Prescott delivers a kill back in her CHS days. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Another day, another strong performance.

Coupeville grad Chelsea Prescott filled up the stat sheet Saturday at the┬áRIT Volleyball Invitational in Rochester, New York, though it wasn’t enough to save her team.

Medaille College fell in straight-sets to two high-flying teams, dropping to 4-13 on the season.

The Mavericks lost 25-20, 25-16, 25-15 to Nazareth College, and 25-16, 25-12, 25-21 to the tourney host, the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Prescott finished the day with 12 kills, 11 digs, two service aces, two block assists, and 15 points.

The former Wolf star led Medaille in kills, aces, and points in the opener against Nazareth.

On the season, Prescott has started all 17 matches, rolling up 89 kills, 127 digs, 17 aces, 10 assists, two solo blocks, eight block assists, and 112 points.

Medaille returns to action this coming Wednesday, Oct. 20, when it travels to play the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

The Mavericks have four regular-season matches left on their schedule.

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Chelsea Prescott, third from right, is enjoying a solid freshman season in New York. (Photo property Medaille College volleyball)

West coast, East coast, she’s dynamite in every venue.

Coupeville grad Chelsea Prescott had another well-balanced performance Tuesday, as she and the Medaille College volleyball team pushed a league heavyweight hard.

Alfred State College eventually escaped with a 25-20, 25-22, 25-17 win in Buffalo, but it wasn’t easy.

The victory lifts the Pioneers to 3-0 in Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference play, 12-1 overall, while Medaille falls to 1-3, 4-11.

Prescott was everywhere on the floor Tuesday, piling up four kills, eight digs, two assists, two service aces, a solo block, and seven points.

Mavericks teammates Halle Bogas (eight kills), Baylee Romano (nine digs), and Haley Kennedy (17 assists) also had strong performances.

Alfred State, which has won eight straight, was led by Nayomie Ferrer (30 assists) and Karleigh Haines (15 digs).

Prescott, a freshman at Medaille, has started all 15 matches this season, playing in all 48 sets.

She’s racked up 77 kills, 116 digs, 15 aces, 10 assists, two solo blocks, six block assists, and 97 points.

Medaille returns to action this Saturday, Oct. 16, when it plays at the RIT Invitational.

The Mavericks are slated to face Nazareth College and tourney host Rochester Institute of Technology.

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Chelsea Prescott gets the spotlight. (Photo property Medaille College volleyball)

Chelly is still crunchin’ the volleyball.

Coupeville grad Chelsea Prescott offered up another strong performance Saturday, racking up nine kills, seven digs, and a team-high three service aces during a tense four-set thriller.

Unfortunately, her heroics were not enough to save Medaille College, which fell 26-24, 25-21, 25-27, 25-15 to visiting La Roche University.

The loss drops the Mavericks to 1-2 in Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference play, 4-10 overall.

Medaille gets back at it Tuesday, Oct. 12, when it hosts Alfred State College in another AMCC tilt.

Along with Prescott’s all-around performance, the Mavericks also got strong work from Halle Bogas (13 kills), Haley Kennedy (34 assists), and Cierra Tripp (19 digs).

Prescott has been rock-solid in her freshman year in Buffalo, starting all 14 of her team’s matches and playing in all 45 sets.

The former Wolf has 73 kills, 108 digs, 13 aces, eight assists, one solo block, and six block assists, while scoring 90 points.

She’s #2 on her team in digs, and #3 in kills, aces, and points.

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Chelsea Prescott, seen during her senior season at Coupeville High School, is piling up stats as a freshman at Medaille College. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Call her the streak-buster.

Sparked by the play of Coupeville grad Chelsea Prescott, the Medaille College volleyball team swept visiting Hilbert College Wednesday in New York.

The 25-8, 25-13, 25-15 win snaps a five-match skid for the Mavericks and lifts them to 1-1 in Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference play, 4-9 overall.

Medaille will try and make it two straight when its hosts La Roche University (1-1, 4-12) Saturday afternoon.

Prescott, who has adapted to playing a new position in college, having moved from the left side to the right, tallied five kills, three service aces, and a match-high 11 digs.

Teammates Chase Luebeck (11 kills) and Haley Kennedy (27 assists) also filled up the stat sheet for Medaille.

Having played in all 41 of her team’s sets, Prescott has piled up 63 kills, 101 digs, 10 aces, seven assists, six block assists, and one solo block.

The former Wolf standout has accounted for 78 points, third-best on the team.

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