MVB: Wildcats Lose Last Game of the Regular Season to Wells College.

MVB: Wildcats Lose Last Game of the Regular Season to Wells College.

AURORA, N.Y. - The SUNY Poly men's volleyball team lost to Wells College on Saturday in straight sets  25-11, 25-19, 25-13. The Wildcats did not hit well in the game hitting just .139 as a team while Wells College was efficient, hitting .538 to earn the win. The game had some seating implications for the North Eastern Athletic Conference postseason, but the Wildcats and Wells Express were destined to meet in the first round of the playoffs regardless. With the loss, the Wildcats are the three seed while Wells earns the two seed. The NEAC postseason will be hosted by Lancaster Bible starting on Saturday, April 13th.



  • Donovan Suguitan (Clifton Park, N.Y.) led the Wildcats with nine kills on 24 swings. He also had two digs and a solo block.

  • Connor Schultz (Lancaster, N.Y.) had seven kills on 18 swings and had two block assists.

  • Garrett Hassard (Oneonta, N.Y.) had five kills and hit a team-high .625.

  • Peter Kasza (Queens, N.Y.) had 22 assists.

  • The Wildcats did not have a service ace in the game

  • Caden O'Loughlin led Wells with a game-high 12 kills on 25 swings. He hit a very efficient .440. O'Laughlin also had a game-high eight digs and a service ace.

  • Robert Patzer had 10 kills for the Express. He also had two service aces four digs and two block assists.

  • Justin Williams had eight kills, one dig, and two block assists for Wells.

  • Joe Zimmerman had seven kills on 11 swings.



The Wildcats have qualified for the NEAC postseason earning the number three seed in the tournament with a NEAC record of 7-3. The Wildcats will take on Wells College in the first round on Saturday, April 13th At 2:30 PM. Lancaster Bible College will be the host for the NEAC Final Four after earning the number one seed with an undefeated record in conference play.


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