With one game left on the Cal Poly women’s volleyball schedule, the team is forced to play the waiting game. Three consecutive wins cemented the team’s position in third place in the Big West, but they are still out of reach of conference leader Cal State Fullerton and, consequently, without an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
Fresh off an 18th place finish in the NCAA tournament, the Cal Poly wrestling team is back with their sights set on a Pac-10 championship. Of the 10 spots in the starting lineup, seven wrestlers garnered rankings in the top 25 in the country including one All-American, and they have the goals to prove it.
The Cal Poly women’s volleyball team wrapped up it’s final home stand with two wins against Pacific and UC Davis over the weekend. Both matches lasted four games, with the Mustangs only dropping the second game in each. The win move the team to 21-7 overall and 11-4 in the Big West.
The Cal Poly women’s volleyball team cooled off the Gauchos, winners of five straight, in a five-set comeback win in UC Santa Barbara. With Cal Poly down two sets to one and their playoff hopes on the line, the Mustangs rallied around senior Dominique Olowolafe in the middle of the court.
The Cal Poly women’s volleyball team (18-7, 8-4 Big West) quest for a Big West Conference championship got more difficult over the weekend, but the Mustangs are still in the title hunt as they head to UC Santa Barbara (14-11, 8-4) to play the Gauchos on Saturday night.
The Cal Poly volleyball team (17-6, 7-3 Big West) downed UC Irvine (5-16, 1-7 Big West) in three quick sets Saturday night. One night after looking sluggish in a victory over Cal State Northridge, it was like a completely different team took the court against the Anteaters, head coach Jon Stevenson said.