Each of the first four sets against UC Irvine were decided by three points or less before the Mustangs asserted their dominance taking the final set 15-10.
The match was the first in conference play as the Mustangs tacked on its 11th win of the season compared with only three losses.
Freshman Kristina Graven had 22 kills, bringing her total number of double digit kill games to 11. Catie Smith and Jennifer Keddy also had kills in double figures with 19 and 15, respectively. Graven finished with 20 digs and her eighth double-double of the season.
Junior Sarah Cawrse helped propel the Mustangs over the Anteaters with 49 assists along with senior Alison Mort who had a team leading 27 digs.
Facing Cal State Northridge, the Mustangs brought their winning streak to 10 games beating the Matadors in straight sets, 25-22, 25-23 and 25-19.
For the second straight night, a freshman, this time Kate Walters, lead the team in a key statistic. She tallied 21 assists.
Graven also continued her dominance at the net with 12 kills but was second on the team behind Smith who had 13. Keddy and Graven combined for nine blocks, two of Graven’s were by herself.
Cal Poly exchanged the lead four times in the first set, only once in the second set and led wire to wire in the final set. The Mustangs hit .219, .200 and .250 in consecutive sets, consistently outhitting Northridge, which did not hit over .200 in any set.
The team will look to win their 13th game and third conference match when the Mustangs host Cal State Fullerton at home on Oct. 1.