Match 1 Final: Colby-Sawyer 3, Dean College 0 (25-16, 25-18, 25-16)
Match 2 Final: Regis College 3, Colby-Sawyer 0 (25-20, 25-16, 25-21)
Match 3 Final: Regis College 3, Dean College 0 (25-14, 25-18, 25-)
Location: Pieri Gymnasium, Franklin, Mass.
MATCH 1 RECAP: Colby-Sawyer 3, Dean 0
Powered by a dominating performance from Orlando Plagata (Los Angeles, Calif.), visiting Colby-Sawyer pushed past host Dean College, 3-0.
Plagata finished with a match-best 15 kills to go along with 15 digs as the Chargers improved to 5-1.
In addition to Plagata's effort, CSC got 11 kills from Eric Miller (LaGrange, Ill.), while AJ Gnieski (Needham, Mass.) handed out 29 assists.
Dean's offense was paced by John Kauffman (East Providence, R.I.), who racked up nine kills and seven digs. He was aided by five kills from Tywan Jones (Newark, N.J.) and four more from Holdjer DeCarvalho (New Bedford, Mass.).
Colby-Sawyer hit .292 for the match, including a sizzling .429 in the final frame as they closed out the match.
MATCH 2 RECAP: Regis College 3, Colby-Sawyer 0
Regis College used a balanced attack to sprint past Colby-Sawyer, 3-0, in a neutral site affair.
Matt Ferrara (Haverhill, Mass.) led the Pride with eight kills and eight digs, while Fernando Gomez (San Juan, Puerto Rico) chipped in with seven kills and five digs of his own.
Kostea Andreenko (Marstons Mills, Mass.) was a huge factor in Regis' success, collecting six kills in just ten swings to go along with nine service aces. Meanwhile, Sebastian Valdes (Diamond Bar, Calif.) doled out 17 assists.
Plagata paced the Chargers with nine kills and seven digs.
MATCH 3 RECAP: Regis College 3, Dean College 0
Led by Inelson Alves and Fernando Gomez, who each recorded eight kills, Regis swept past Dean College, 3-0, in non-league action.
In addition to those two, Drew Beimel added seven kills of his own, while Jayson Vega handed out 16 assists.
Meanwhile, Kauffman added three kills and Aaron Brody (Webster, Mass.) chipped in with two of his own.
Dean is back in action on Friday when they face Emmanuel at the Johnson & Wales Invitational, while Regis squares off with Newbury on Wednesday. Finally, Colby-Sawyer is off until next Tuesday when they host Johnson & Wales.