The Seneca Sting (4-10) won their second consecutive match, sweeping the George Brown Huskies (5-9) 26-24, 27-25, 25-16.
The theme of the match for the Sting was resilience. After facing set point in the opening set, the Sting were able to capture the opening set. In the second set, the Sting saw a late lead disappear, only to regroup and win a close second set for a commanding 2-0 lead in the match.
With the confidence built over the first two sets showing, the Sting dominated the third set, jumping out to a 17-7 lead before watching the Huskies cut the lead to five. With a victory in sight, the Sting gathered themselves to win five of the final six points of the set for the win.
Nicole Boyd topped the Sting with 8 kills to go along with 4 digs. Gabrielle Wicks and Charis Ho each finished with 5 kills. Gen Potovszky added 22 assists and 4 aces while Taylor Butcher had a match-high 15 digs.
Beatriz Vilches had 9 kills for the Huskies while Tiana Samuel chipped in 8 kills and 7 digs. Jasmin Walia finished with 21 assists and Ashley Lau contributed 13 digs.