October 13, 2015
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Wrapping up its short break from its treacherous GSAC schedule, The Master’s College volleyball team made quick work of the West Coast Baptist Eagles by beating them in three sets (25-10, 25-16, 25-15) Tuesday night at Bross Court.
Tuesday’s win improved TMC’s overall record to 14-8.
“Our objective tonight was to come out and be professional with our court presence,” commented head coach Allan Vince. “How we warmed up, how we shook hands, how we started, and how we finished. This match afforded us the ability to try different lineups and scoring scenarios. We worked on limiting our errors and strengthening our court vision (in how we attacked and defended). We have had some unexpected injuries this year that have called upon certain athletes to fill different roles, and I am proud of how this team has stepped up to the challenge. I am happy with how we have done so far, and I’m very excited for where we are going.”
Aubrey Bekendam (Orland, CA) tallied 13 assists, Morgan Koch (Auburn, CA) posted seven kills, while Emily Clark produced six digs. Notably, TMC tallied an impressive .415 attack percentage.
Now, TMC returns to its conference slate when they play at new GSAC member Menlo on Thursday (Oct. 15) and at William Jessup two days later.