SEWANEE, Tenn. - The Sewanee volleyball team were downed by the Birmingham-Southern Panthers in straight sets on Saturday afternoon at Juhan Gymnasium.
The Panthers (7-4, 2-1) took control in the first set, defeating the Tigers, 25-18.
In the second set, Sewanee (6-5, 2-2) got out to an impressive start and had a lead as big as nine points, but trailing 20-14, BSC went on an 11-1 run to claim the second set, 25-21.
BSC wrapped up the sweep in the third set with a 25-17 win.
The Tigers' attack percentage of .080 was the third-lowest on the season.
Destiny Stewart led all attackers with 14 kills and added five digs.
Milea Ray recorded 10 kills to lead Birmingham-Southern, and Caroline Johnson and Melaina Hissam posted 14 digs each.
The Tigers return to the court Sunday with a tri-match with SAA foe Millsaps and Huntingdon. Sewanee will take on the Majors at 11 a.m., Huntingdon will take on Millsaps at 1 p.m., and the Hawks will tackle with the Tigers at 3 p.m.