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Women's Volleyball Remains Tied For 1st In SCC

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For the sixth time this season, the state No. 20-ranked Pasadena City College women's volleyball team was stretched to five sets Friday. The Lancers took a 2-0 lead v. host Long Beach City College, held tough after the Vikings tied it, and won the decisive fifth set in a 25-20, 25-23, 23-25, 19-25, 15-12 victory.

PCC upped its record to 10-8 and remained in now a two-way tie for first place in the South Coast Conference with El Camino College, both at 8-1 league records. Mt. San Antonio dropped to second place at 7-2 with its loss to El Camino Friday. Pasadena is on a season-best five-match win streak.

Lancers' outside hitter Nora To'omalatai continued to be an offensive force with 24 kills plus 15 digs. Outside hitter Thula Parks added 12 kills while middle blocker Kendra Logan chipped in seven kills and seven blocks (one solo). Setter Tiffany Roesler dished out 52 assists and libero Victoria Arreola added 24 digs. Right side hitter Briana Hilton had nine kills, seven digs and four block assists.

PCC trailed 9-7 in set 1 and 11-8 in set 2 but went on to win each game. After the Vikings (7-11, 4-5 in conference) rallied to win the next two games, set 5 started out all Lancers. To'omalatai drilled three consecutive kills for an 8-3 lead. LBCC came back again as Bra'Shawnda Byrd's kill tied it at 10-10. Three straight Long Beach errors put PCC ahead and Lancer middle blocker Angela Banuelos ripped a kill for match point.

Pasadena next hosts Los Angeles Trade Tech on Wednesday, Nov. 6 in a 6 p.m. match at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.

[Photo--Lancer Kendra Logan in action from the team's match v. LA Harbor on Wednesday.]

Release Date: 11/01/13
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