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Volleyball turns it around

USF volleyball posted its first Big East win in a convincing fashion against Georgetown on Saturday.

Middle blocker Kristina Fabris and outside hitter Michelle Stalbaum both turned in outstanding performances as the Bulls (2-14, 1-6 Big East) defeated the Hoyas (5-14, 1-6 Big East) 3-0. Fabris and Stalbaum’s combined 35 points equaled Georgetown’s entire offensive output.

USF’s strong play held the Hoyas to a .083 hitting percentage. Stalbaum and outside hitter

Stephanie Augustavo each had double-digit digs.

While Georgetown kept USF within range during the first and second games (30-24, 30-21), the Hoyas played the third game like a defeated team. USF took advantage, smashing Georgetown 30-13.

After the final point was scored, the proud Bulls came together in celebration. It was USF’s first win in eight games and their first sweep of the season.

On Sunday, the Bulls also beat Jacksonville 3-2.

Fabris had 17 kills and team-high eight block assists, while junior Johari Williams had 16 kills.