“The key is to be able to move on.”
Entering Thursday night’s contest trailing UC Davis by half a game in the Big West Conference standings, the Mustangs had a golden opportunity to solidify their position as a legitimate conference champion contender with a victory.
“We went into the game without the energy we needed to be successful.”
“Eventually, these last-second shots are going to go in and we’re going to close these close games out.”
The Mustangs allowed 60-plus points for the first time in nine games.
“Every time I get the ball, I look to be aggressive,” Awich said.
“It’s been a hell of a ride.”
“Our inconsistencies continue to plague us.”
“There is a lot of optimism,” head coach Faith Mimnaugh said.
Erik Chu [follow id = “CPMustangSports”] The Cal Poly volleyball team (9-13, 4-8 Big West Conference) won the second match of its two-game homestand Saturday evening at Mott Athletics Center, […]
“We shouldn’t have been down two sets, but the way we fought back showed all the growth our team has made this season.”