PUC Volleyball Team Learns Lessons on the Road
by Jonathan Watts
The Pacific Union College Lady Pioneers played Dominican College on Sunday, Oct. 13, and lost 4-15, 0-15, 9-15.
The Pioneers started off slow with communication and passing errors. They came back strong in the third game with a 6-1 lead, but Dominican's servers proved to be a challenge to the Pioneers.
"We needed to move our feet," said sophomore outside hitter Shannon Owen, co-captain of the Pioneers. "We didn't play up to our level."
Carrie Wade, freshman outside hitter, said she'd like to see a higher level of game intensity during away games. "It's easy to be pumped up at home when we have a crowd, but we need to work out getting that same focus and intensity when we're on the road," Wade said.
The Pioneers currently have a 4-6 overall record.
Note: This is an archived article and does not necessarily represent current issues at Pacific Union College.