Courtesy: Big West Conference Back-to-back Big West Conference champions Cal Poly secured at least a share of all three top…
For the second consecutive year, the Cal Poly volleyball team has won the Big West conference and clinched a spot in this year’s NCAA Tournament after sweeping UC Riverside (25-17, 25-11, 25-14) Friday
Hawaii was able to get by #12 Cal Poly to snap the Mustangs 18 match winning streak and move into a tie in terms of losses atop the Big West.
13th-ranked Cal Poly made history Saturday, downing Long Beach State in 4 sets to secure its best start in program history at 19-1. The Mustangs have not lost a Big West matchup since 2016, boasting a program record 25 conference win streak.
13th-ranked Cal Poly came out on top of a battle of the Big West unbeatens, outlasting Hawaii in 4 sets to move to 5-0. UC Riverside, UC Irvine and Long Beach State also collected Saturday victories.
15th-ranked Cal Poly and Hawaii are still perfect against Big West Conference competition after Saturday sweeps. UC Davis was also victorious, recovering from an 0-2 deficit to outlast UC Santa Barbara in 5 sets.
15th-ranked Cal Poly and Hawaii swept past their opponents Friday night to stay undefeated in the Big West Conference slate. UC Irvine also notched a win in straight sets, while UC Santa Barbara was victorious in 4.
Torrey Van Winden set a new season-high in kills in the Mustangs’ four-set victory over UCLA.
Torrey Van Winden led Cal Poly to victory against her former team in #11 UCLA last night behind 18 kills and a double-double.
Pitt closed out a solid opening weekend at home with a 3-0 record and its own Panther Challenge championship trophy, wrapping up the tournament with a sweep of Pepperdine.