Cal Poly looks to continue its winning streak with a key Big West matchup at UC Irvine on Saturday at 7 p.m.
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The Cal Poly volleyball team welcomed a new addition to its squad this past January — and she isn’t your average player.
A 6-10 conference record certainly isn’t ideal.
But after going 4-26 overall in 2012, the Cal Poly volleyball team will take whatever it can get from the 2013 season.
Cal Poly staff, faculty and administrators discuss what they are thankful for globally, nationally, locally and personally.
The Cal Poly volleyball team ended its home season on a somber note Saturday night with a loss to Cal State Fullerton. The Mustangs lost one of their key players to injury and dropped the match 3-1, leaving them in sixth place in the Big West Conference standings with two matches remaining on the schedule.
They may have been one of the top players at their high schools, but in the college world they are starting over.
“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.”
Cal Poly volleyball fell to Big West-leading UC Santa Barbara 3-0 in a Blue-Green Rivalry match Saturday night.
For the second night in a row, the Cal Poly volleyball team had three players with over 10 kills, but still came up empty handed, falling to Cal State Northridge, 3-2.