NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Eleven different Bulldogs had at least one kill to cap a 3-0 weekend and a sweep of Quinnipiac on Saturday evening.
"Overall I thought we had a lot of things were good at, and we have things we have to work on," Yale head coach Erin Appleman said. "We were able to get a lot people on the court and get them into game action which is always important this time of the season."
Yale (3-0) set the tone in its second win of the day with an impressive first set victory. The Bulldogs hit .607 in the opening frame with 18 kills on 28 swings with one error. They went on to hit .330 in the match.
DeJardin for the match had a team-best 13 kills and only two errors on 30 swings.
Kate Swanson, last year's Ivy Defensive Player of the Year, had 20 digs in the match and averaged 5.22 digs per set this weekend. Malias finished with nine kills and seven digs.
Yale returns to action on Friday with a match against Army-West Point at a tournament hosted by Rhode Island.
2018 Battle of Connecticut - All-Tournament Team
Frances Arnautou, Yale
Ellis DeJardin, Yale
Tristin Kott, Yale
Jenna Bridges, Hartford
Megan Anderson, Hartford
Liisel Nelis, Sacred Heart
Sarah Ciszek, Sacred Heart
Julia Murawinski, Sacred Heart
Madelyn Kaprelyan, CCSU
Report filed by Ernie Bertothy, Yale Sports Publicity