Paramus, NJ- Bergen Community College’s Women’s Volleyball team ended the season two games short of making the playoffs this Fall with a 9-11 record overall. The team had big wins over CC Morris and Ocean CC who were top teams in their divisions. It was a very successful season after bouncing back from last Fall where they were winless with a 0-17 record.
Top players for Bergen this season were:
Sophia Marquez (Soph)- Marquez was the Libero for the team. She had 605 Digs for the year, which ranked her 6th in the nation in Division III and #1 in the region. In addition, Marquez was ranked #1 in the nation in Digs Per Set. She also ranked 3rd in the nation with 99 Service Aces and 2nd in Service Aces per set, with an average of 1.46. Marquez also ranked 8th in the region in Receptions.
Jaylinn Colon (Fresh)- Colon was the Setter for the team. She ranked 48th in the Nation and 4th in region for Assists (422) and 48th in the nation and 6th Assists per set (6.12). Colon also was 54th in the nation and 6th in the region in Service Aces (52) and 38th in the nation 12th in region in Service Aces per set (.75).
Gianna Scillia (Soph)- Scillia was an Outside Hitter for the team. She ranked 11th in the region for Kills 171 and 14th in the region for Kills per set 2.51. Scillia also was ranked in the region 5th in Total Attacks (589). She was also 9th in points (215) in the region.
Jamie McPartland (Fresh)- McPartland was an Outside Hitter for the team. She ranked 14th in the region for points (199) and 19th in Points per set (2.9).
Bergen looks to build on this successful season with the current freshmen and a new crop of recruits. Bergen wishes the sophomores the best in their future endeavors.
Based in Paramus, Bergen Community College (www.bergen.edu), a public two-year coeducational college, enrolls more than 13,000 students at locations in Paramus, the Philip Ciarco Jr. Learning Center in Hackensack and Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands in Lyndhurst. The College offers associate degree, certificate and continuing education programs in a variety of fields. More students graduate from Bergen than any other community college in the state.
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