The Camels improve to 9-14 overall on the season, while CCU falls to 11-12.
Goldbach, a senior outside hitter, came up one shy of her career-high in kills, blasting seven in the opening frame and six in set four. The Jupiter, Fla. native did, however, surpass her career best in digs, gathering 23 in the win. Goldbach also added a pair of aces and a block.
Reaves collected a career-high with those 21 kills, adding 14 digs in the double-double effort. The sophomore outside hitter punched in a stellar nine kills on 15 swings in the fourth set, helping the Camels hit .463 (20-1-41) in the frame.
The Camels' tandem in the middle, Caitlin Bendy and Annie Kobeski, combined for another 21 Campbell kills with seven blocks. Bendy recorded 13 scores, tying a career-high, with three blocks, while Kobeski totaled eight kills and four denials. Kobeski, a junior from Palm Beach, Fla., connected on eight of 15 attempts with only one misfire, hitting .467 on the night. The Camels' .267 (69-17-195) overall hitting percentage was the second highest of the year for the team.
Hope Leatigaga and Heather Wilson combined for 54 assists on the night, with Campbell tallying a season-high 63 team assists. Leatigaga added 13 digs, while Wilson posted three kills and a pair of blocks. Junior libero Kelsey Campbell also registered a season-high, gathering 28 digs. Lauren Garza also collected 14 digs.
Leading the Chanticleers was senior outside hitter Chelsy Chimes, who recorded a match-high 22 kills with 13 digs and two aces. Sierra Livesay and Erika Lightsey also collected 12 and 10 kills respectively. Lightsey, a junior outside hitter, added 22 digs in the loss. Kelsie Mauck and Lauren Alejo combined for 49 assists and 28 digs. Freshman libero Lindsay Gill notched 29 digs for the Chanticleers.
Campbell ambushed Coastal in the first set, hitting .406 with 15 kills and only a pair of errors to take a 25-14 win. CCU evened the match in the second set with a 28-26 edge, recording 18 kills, including eight from Kimes. Coastal took the lead in the third stanza, edging the Camels again, 25-20, on the strength of five more scores from Kimes.
Reaves and Goldbach combined for 15 kills in the fourth set to lead Campbell to a convincing 25-12 win, hitting .463 (20-1-41), while holding Coastal Carolina to a .130 (10-4-46) clip. Trailing 13-12 in the deciding set, a Chanticleer attack error followed by a pair of Bendy kills sealed the win for the Camels.
After taking the remainder of the week off from match action, Campbell will get back into Atlantic Sun play the following weekend, hosting Kennesaw State and Mercer.