The Wells College men's volleyball team won both of its matches on Friday, March 1 as the Express played on its home court for the first time this season. Wells defeated Misericordia College and Lasell College, each in straight sets.
During the second match against Lasell, Josh Undari reached a career milestone with more than 2,000 career assists.
Wells improved to 13-6 overall. The Express has won six of its last seven matches, with the only defeat in that time coming in five sets against the nation's top-ranked team.
Wells is hosting a 12-match, two-court event at the Schwartz Athletic Center this weekend, featuring six teams. Six more matches will take place Saturday, March 2 beginning at noon. For results thus far, and for Saturday's schedule and coverage links, visit the tournament page.
WELLS 3, MISERICORDIA 0
Wells won the opening match of the evening by set scores of 25-14, 25-20, 25-17. The Express hit .407 in the match with 40 kills and seven errors. Josh Undari had 34 assists. Caden O'Loughlin led Wells with seven digs and Liam Kaylor had six digs.
Ryan Turner had two solo blocks, three block assists and four kills.
WELLS 3, LASELL 0
The Express cruised by set scores of 25-12, 25-14, 25-16. Wells hit .452 in the match with 36 kills and eight errors.
Six different players had four kills or more, led by eight from Robert Patzer and seven from Ryan Turner. Josh Undari had 26 assists to go past 2,000 assists in his career. He is within 10 assists of the all-time record at Wells, held by Scott Litvin '18. Undari also served four aces.