After dropping a rough first set, the Griffins responded by winning the next three sets to take a 3-1 victory over West Liberty on Tuesday evening.  With the victory, SHU jumps back over 500 at 11-10 overall and is now 5-2 in WVIAC play.  Seton Hill is now the winner of four straight matches.  The Griffins were sluggish in dropping the first set by a 25-20 score.  They responded with a 25-21 win in set two.  Alexis Cerminara keyed a third set victory with a string of 5 straight service points leading the Griffins to a 25-22 win.  It was all Seton Hill in the fourth set as Lauren Teed served the Griffins to a quick 7-0 lead.  SHU continued to pour it on and led 17-4 at one point in the set.  SHU was able to close out the set and match with a 25-13 win.