After scoring the first goal of the game, the team eventually fell to a nail-biting series of penalty kicks. Despite the dissatisfying loss, the girls regrouped and appreciated their hard work exerted on the field.
“It was a hard match for us to generate kills and to score points from our side of the net,” head coach Sam Crosson said. “Usually in volleyball, the team that hits for higher efficiency will win more times then not.”
For materials engineering freshman Josh Ledgerwood, the center gives students a feeling that the school is trying to help people. “I think it enhances Cal Poly because it’s one of the many things they offer,” he said. “They are looking out for our success.”