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
Playing at home for the first time in nearly three weeks, the Cal Poly volleyball team swept UC Irvine, meanwhile senior Aeryn Owens and junior Morgan Salone each had 13 kills to lead Cal State Northridge to a 3-1 victory over UC Riverside.
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.
#13 Cal Poly continued its dominance of the Big West with a sweep of UCSB while Hawaii rebounded for a four-set win over Long Beach State.
Cal Poly’s Torrey Van Winden notched her third Big West Player of the Week nod of 2018, while teammate Avalon DeNecochea collected her second Freshman Player of the Week honor. UC Irvine’s Idara Akpakpa nabbed her second career defensive accolade.
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.