The women's volleyball team hosted the RIT Tigers tonight and dropped a three-set match, 25-23, 25-19, 25-18. Senior Jessica Schaffer posted 19 kills and sophomore Christina Worth dished 34 assists with 13 digs and four blocks to lead the Tigers. Sophomore Rebecca Moore added seven kills and eight digs and classmate Cat Sullivan chipped in with six kills and five blocks for RIT. Geneseo received 11 kills from senior Krista Frieling, eight kills from junior Kat Strickland and 31 assists from first year Noelle Morrison. In the first set, the Tigers scored five straight points to take a 22-16 lead, but the Blue Knights responded with five straight to cut the deficit to 24-23 before RIT finished off the set. In the second set, RIT took command early at 6-1, but Geneseo bounced back to lead 14-10 on a Frieling kill. The Tigers caught fire to score 13 of the next 15 points to put the set away. In the third set, the Tigers scored three points in a row to lead 15-10 and Geneseo never got closer than three points the rest of the way. The Blue Knights fall to 9-16 on the season and travel to the Cortland tournament on Friday and Saturday.