With the score in the second set sitting at 20-19 in favor of Maryland volleyball, it was anybody’s game as Ohio State held a 1-0 match lead. The Buckeyes refused to let the second set slip away from them and took advantage of the opportunity as outside hitter Jenaisya Moore connected on an empathic kill to tie the set at 20.
This kill sparked a 4-0 Ohio State run, giving them a three-point lead. The Buckeyes were able to finish the job, gaining a 2-0 match lead.
Maryland could not muster up a comeback, falling to Ohio State in three sets (25-19, 25-23, 25-18).