Women’s volleyball team ended the season and Sophomore Night with a 3-0 win against Los Angeles Trade Tech on Nov. 16 in PCC’s Hutto-Patterson gymnasium.
The win appeared effortlessly and the game ended within an hour with scores 25-10, 25-11 and 25-14, putting them in second place in the South Coast Conference with an 11-3 record.
As the sophomore players played their last game at PCC they looked to be having fun doing so, and kept the laughs among themselves all game long.
Freshman setter Kailey Faust said, “It was a good way to end our season and it was a good Sophomore Night.”
“I think we did really well, we pushed points like we needed to and tried to send out the ball every time,” said Faust.
The top players were sophomores Jessica Xu with 20 assists, Jessica Vargas with 14 digs, and Ella Moe with 16 kills and 26 attacks.
However, sophomore outside hitter Jennifer Estrada had higher expectations from the team.
“Our momentum needed to be faster. We’re much better than the way we played,” she said.
“We just needed to come out stronger.”
Head coach Tammy Silva felt proud of the win and the sophomores’ performance.
“Our sophomores played the majority of the game and did well for the last regular season match,” said head coach Tammy Silva.
“We were aggressive.”
They are scheduled to play the first round of the Southern California Regional Playoffs on Nov. 22 in PCC’s Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
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