The Presbyterian College volleyball team rounded out its final road non-conference match of the season with a 3-0 loss at Wofford Wednesday night. The Terriers took the three sets by scores of 25-8, 25-23, and 25-15.

PC, which drops to 3-18, returns home Friday and Saturday to host Liberty and Radford, respectively. PC faces the Flames on the 23rd at 7 p.m., before taking on the Highlanders the 24th at 2 p.m. Wofford improves to 13-12.

Sierra Davis paced PC on offense with six kills, followed by Samantha Del Toro with five. Sara Rogers added 15 assists, with Rachel Elshoff coming away with eight digs.

Lauren Miller led Wofford with 16 kills, while Bella Santoro added 13, to go along with her team-leading six service aces.

Wofford hit .437, with its 48 kills and 10 errors. PC posted a .173 hitting percentage after recording 23 kills and 10 errors. The Terriers held a 10-3 advantage in service aces as well.

After Elshoff cut the Wofford lead to two, 6-4, Wofford scored 11 straight to make it 17-4. Del Toro's kill stopped the PC drought but the Terriers responded by scoring the set's next eight of 11 points to take the 25-8 win.

Down 5-7 in the second set PC used a kill by Davis and an ace by Ashton Stewart to tie it up at 7-7. Tied again at 9-9, PC went on a 7-2 run, capped off by a Rogers kills, to build a 16-11 lead. Wofford rallied back to tie the set at 20-20, with both teams going back and forth the next few points. After a block by Stewart and Rogers knotted the set at 23-23, Wofford collected back to back kills to come away with the 25-23 win.

Wofford stormed out to an 8-2 lead to open the third set before a Stewart kill ended the PC scoring drought. The Terriers extended their lead to 15-5, with a service error stoppign the 4-0 run. Trailing 7-17, PC scored five unanswered to cut the margin to five, 17-12. Trailing by five again at 15-20, Wofford scored five straight to take the set and match, 25-15.