Lancers’ volleyball swept No. 18 Ventura College in a remarkable three set match (25-13, 25-19, 28-26) Saturday night at the SoCal Regional Playoffs, play-in-round.
PCC Women’s volleyball was unable to hand El Camino its first loss in the South Coast Conference on Wednesday at the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
Less than 24 hours after pulling the upset of the week on Friday by defeating No. 4 ranked Santa Barbara Community College and snapping their six game win streak, the PCC women’s volleyball team once again found themselves losing the first set of their match.
Before the 2014 season began, the Lancers volleyball team and coaching staff were well aware of the big shoes to team had to fill. Gone from last year’s team are the Lancers’ all-time aces and kills leader, Nora To’omalatai, and last season’s vocal leader Thula Parks.
The Lancers’ volleyball team looked poised for a deep run in this year’s SoCal Regional Playoffs.
As the tears ran down the face of Nora To’omalatai and sadness overcame the rest of the Lancers’ volleyball team, sophomore outside hitter Thula Parks was nowhere to be found.
The Lancers’ volleyball team will have to settle for second place in the South Coast Conference
The Lancers will host the El Camino College on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium in the regular season finale.
The No. 14 ranked Lancers’ volleyball team extended its current win streak to eight games
It started out so well, with the Lancers controlling the first two sets, and it seemed like they would win the third and head home early.