The Seneca Sting (6-10) finished off their home schedule for the season, sweeping the Fleming Knights (0-16) 25-19, 25-18, 25-16.
Fighting for their playoff lives, the Sting won their fourth consecutive match to pull one win ahead of both Georgian and George Brown as the three teams battle along with La Cité for the final three playoff spots. During the winning streak, the Sting defeated both Georgian and George Brown along with wins over Loyalist and Fleming.
Following a pregame celebration recognizing four graduating student-athletes playing their final home game with the Sting, energy levels in The Hive were at a season high. Leading the way for the Sting was four-year graduate Nicole Boyd who finished with 16 kills, her highest total of the season.
Graduating setter Gen Potovszky commanded the offense, finishing with 26 assists as the Sting executed with efficiency while showing some different looks against the Knights.
Joining the graduating class was libero Taylor Butcher who organized the defensive effort to finish with 9 digs. The second year libero currently sits in second in the OCAA in digs. The final member of the group was Kayla Golla who was unable to dress due to injury.
Charis Ho helped with the offense for the Sting, finishing with 7 kills to go along with a pair of aces. Gabrielle Wicks had 5 kills, 2 aces and 5 digs. Elizabeth Chow topped the Sting with 11 digs to go with a team high 3 aces.
Sara Grosse led the Knights with 5 kills and a pair of blocks. Sarah Heffernan 4 kills, 10 digs) and Selyna Roy (4 kills, 7 digs) also contributed for the Knights.