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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Both Holland College Hurricanes volleyball teams wrap the first half of the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) season Sunday versus the UNBJ Seawolves.
Game times are 2 p.m. for the women and 4 p.m. for the men at Holland College.
Entering the weekend, the Seawolves are tied with the ‘Canes for third place in the ACAA women's standings with 5-3 records. The only previous matchup between these two teams came in November in Saint John, N.B., when the Seawolves earned the five-set victory.
Brittany States (61 kills) and Katie Wood (99 digs) lead the Hurricanes in those categories, while Rachel Van Gestel (49 kills) and Sophie Landry (55 digs) have had strong seasons so far for the Mounties.
Meanwhile, the men (2-4) sit in third place in the ACAA, just behind second-place UNBSJ (3-2). UNBSJ also scored a five-set win the last time the teams met.
Brett Butler tops the ‘Canes in kills (78) and digs (49 digs), while Zane Hamilton (45 kills) and Ryan Farrell (49 digs) have paced the Seawolves.
The Hurricanes regular season resumes Saturday, Jan. 12.
Watch the games live at www.acaatv.ca.