The energy was intense at Hutto-Patterson gym as the womenâ€™s volleyball team, Friday, beat LA Harbor College with a dominating 3-0 performance which featured a season-high 19 aces.
From beginning to end, the Lancers did not let up as they commanded the tempo of the game throughout the three sets and played with electrifying energy.
â€œWe kept the energy level up. We played like we wanted to from start to finish,â€ said middle blocker, Jackie Valle-Acosta.
The first set ended at 25-5 and featured concrete-like cohesion and poise by the Lancers which seemed to disrupt the Seahawks communication and confidence level as they went down by as much as 14-1 in the first set.
The closest the Seahawks ever got to winning a game was the second set in which they scored 12 against the Lancersâ€™ 25. The Lancers were just too aggressive.
â€œWe played well, we kept up the speed of the game and stayed aggressive. We did a great job with service errors,â€ said Coach Tammy Silva, who reached her 100th victory as a PCC womenâ€™s volleyball coach last week against East Los Angeles College.
The Lancers are now 8-3 overall and 2-0 in conference play.
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