Lady Bruins barely clinch a win


Sheridan’s Jordie Bevan at the net, led the way with 28 points and 18 digs. (The Sheridan Sun/ Natalia Camarena)


After struggling through five sets, the Lady Bruins managed to hold on to a win against Conestoga College.

The women’s volleyball team is a real threat in the league this year, but had a lot of difficulty overcoming the Condors at Friday’s game.

After battling back and forth they finished with a 3-2 win (25-17, 26-24, 25-20, 25-23, 15-12) over the Condors.

“I thought we were terrible for about four and a half sets,” said head coach Scott Hunt. “I thought we were fortunate to still be in the match going in to the fourth.”

Many points were forfeited over mistakes on the Bruin’s side.

“I thought for the most part we weren’t very good. We made a lot of errors on our side of the net,” said Hunt. “It was disappointing. We made a bunch of mistakes and we didn’t really challenge them.”

Despite this game not being one of their finest, overall the Lady Bruins have been having a great season.

“In previous years this team has not been known to perform well at all,” said the team’s athletic therapist Steven Pauhl. “But this year within just the first few weeks, Scott Hunt turned the team around and made them a contender in the league.”


This was their final home game of the regular season, however they have clinched a playoff berth this season.

Their final regular season games will determine whether or not it is a home game.

The Lady Bruins have two road games to finish off the regular season, against Niagara College, and Redeemer University College.