The tables were turned on the Chico State women’s volleyball team as it was swept 0-3 by Cal State Stanislaus in Turlock, California on Oct. 6 after dealing out a 3-0 sweep of the Warriors at home last Saturday at home.
The Cal State Stanislaus Warriors won in three sets: 26-24, 25-17, and 25-22.
The game started off with a neck-and-neck battle between the ‘Cats and Warriors with the score tying up twice in the set at 9 and 16-all. Chico State took the early 4-2 lead and were on top 24-22, but the Warriors finished the set winning with a 4-0 run to take it 26-24.
The second set was all Cal State Stanislaus as it took an early lead, 14-9. The closest the ‘Cats would come in the set was 14-11 before the Warriors took over and finished the set 25-17.
Even though Chico State played its heart out in the third set, it lost the third and final set of the game 25-22. The ‘Cats took an early lead 14-9, however the Warriors were able to fight for the sweep and tie the game at 16 and 18-all with Chico State. Cal State Stanislaus went up 22-18 and ultimately won 25-22 finishing the sweep.
Shannon Boling, senior outside hitter:
12 Kills3 Blocks
Shelby Frank, first-year outside hitter:
Torey Thompson, junior setter:
After the sweep by the Cal State Stanislaus Warriors, the Wildcats are now 14-5 overall for the season and 6-3 in CCAA Conference play. The ‘Cats are back in action on Friday night facing off against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos at home at 7 p.m.
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