First-year setter Trinity Billaney showed off her passing ability in ACC’s 3-1 win over the PUC Pilots on Friday.
Billaney set up 36 assists throughout the match to help the Cougars capture their fourth consecutive win.
“Trinity was an integral part of the cougars impressive win over the Pilots this past Friday,” said Cougars head coach Jeff Maxwell. “She does a great job of bettering the ball she receives from the passers.”
Billaney also had a presence at the net with five kills and two blocks in the game.
“She is also part of our offence when she attacks the ball on second contact,” said Maxwell.
Billaney is from Boissevain, Manitoba and is taking the medical administration program at ACC.
The Cougars enter the winter break on a four-game winning streak and sit in second place in the MCAC standings.
Billaney and the Cougars will be back in action on Friday, Jan. 10 to play the RRC Rebels.