The women's volleyball team swept the visiting Seahawks on Friday.

The energy was intense at Hutto-Patterson gym as the women’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.

“We kept the energy level up. We played like we wanted to from start to finish,” 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 Lancers’ 25. The Lancers were just too aggressive.

“We played well, we kept up the speed of the game and stayed aggressive. We did a great job with service errors,” said Coach Tammy Silva, who reached her 100th victory as a PCC women’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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