Martina Urgo had a match-high-tying 10 kills with 14 digs and four aces to lead the Bears to their first Skyline win of the season.
Cristina Morales had a match-high 14 kills at a .324 clip, but the Bears couldn't hold off the Sarah Lawrence in their Skyline opener.
Despite jumping out to a two-set lead, the Bears suffered their first loss of the season against their borough rivals. Grace Kane had 11 kills and 16 digs.
The Bears start the season at 2-0 for the first time since 2012. Cristina Morales led the Bears with nine kills.
A former Division I outside hitter, Lilliquist joins fellow LIU alumna and first-year head coach Vera Franzese on the Bears sidelines.
Please be advised of the following policies for fans attending Bears home games.
Thursday's women's volleyball game and Saturday's women's soccer game have been postponed. Saturday's men's soccer game originally scheduled for a road game at Hunter will now be a home game at Aviator Field at 6:30 pm.
The Bears lost the first 11 points of the contest and erased 5 set points in the second set to upend the hosts, 3-1.
Bears student-athletes collectively had a 3.328 grade-point average for the Fall 2020 semester
The LIU alumna who was a four-time Setter of the Year and led the Blackbirds to three conference titles was named to the Northeast Conference Women's Volleyball Mount Rushmore and interviewed in an "I Was An NEC Student-Athlete" feature.
The four-time NEC Setter of the Year for Long Island University led the Blackbirds to three NCAA Tournament appearances and becomes the fifth head coach in program history.
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