After being on the road for over four hours to Penn State DuBois Brandywine was stir crazy to get on the court and play. With a fast start in game one freshman, Kelsi Wiest lead the team to a 25-10 win with five kills and four service aces. Game two was a small challenge for Brandywine as focus was lost and DuBois started competing. Pulling out the set 27-25 was a test of Brandywine's ability to regain focus and composure. Miranda Biondi set the pace in game three back to normal with six aces while Brandy Flowers and Wiest had three kills each to win 25-16.
Back in their home gym Brandywine faced off against Penn State Schuylkill. It was a fast match, concluded in three sets with scores 25-3, 25-8, 25-10. Setter Miranda Biondi had 17 assists and 15 aces. Libero Kim Russo added seven aces, five digs and one kill.