The Kappa Sigma Chi Knights crushed the Chi Epsilon Delta Wolves two sets to zero.
The Knights led the set 14–3 when they served the ball into the net, giving the Wolves an opportunity to make a run. They couldn’t capitalize, however, and the Knights continued to pull away. The Knights went on another run until the score came to 18–3.
Despite the big deficit, the Wolves continued to work hard. They eventually got the serve back, served an ace and stepped up their blocking game as well.
The late push would not be enough though as the Knights finished off the first set with a strategically placed tip to win the set 25–8.
The Wolves again started slowly in the second set. The Knights pulled ahead early, but the Wolves slowly started to catch up—pulling to within four points. The Knights continued to step up their game as the set went on.
In the end, the Knights won the set 25–16 and the match 2–0.