It was a tough week for the Riverside City College women’s volleyball team as they managed to lose three straight games from Nov. 7 through Nov. 12.
The Riverside City College women’s volleyball team fell short of a victory after losing 3-0 against Saddleback College Gauchos on Oct. 14.
A 34 match losing streak to Irvine Valley College came to end Sept. 28, when the Riverside City College women’s volleyball team beat the Lasers, 3-2.
The Tigers volleyball team defeated Fullerton, 3-1, Oct. 30 ending its six match losing streak versus the Hornets and winning its fourth match in a row.
The Riverside City College Volleyball team had not beaten Golden West College in over three seasons and prior to that the last dry spell lasted approximately 20 years. The losing streak ended Oct. 28 as the Tigers defeated Golden West, 3-1.
Freshman outside hitter Lauren Wells started her Riverside City College volleyball career on an incredibly high note.
Wells is leading her team in kills this season with 92 as of Oct.6 and is one of the top performers in digs with 68.
Aside from her well-rounded athleticism, what makes Wells such a vital asset to this team is her sweet demeanor and caring nature.
The Riverside City College volleyball team fell to host Golden West College suffering its second loss this season, 3-0, on Oct. 2. Ending its three game winning streak, the defeat was the the worst for RCC all season as it was the first time this season the Tigers were not able to win a single set in the game.
Despite normally being offensively sound, RCC struggled against the Rustlers. By beating RCC 25-11 in the opening set and 25-13 in the final set, Golden West held the Tigers to its two lowest point totals in a set this season.
The Riverside City College Volleyball team collected its seventh overall win Sept. 29 against San Bernardino Valley College. The victory was the third consecutive win for the Tigers.
Both teams maintained close pace with one another. Despite several lead changes both teams were able to get back into close range whenever the other team pulled too far ahead.
The Riverside City College Volleyball team has won five of its last six games, losing only the first game outside of tournament play, 3-1, against defending CCCAA champions, College of the Canyons, Sept. 16 in the Arthur N. Wheelock Gym.
Riverside City College’s volleyball team was defeated by the visiting College of the Canyons, the CCCAA defending champions, 3-1, despite several tied scores throughout the game, on Sept. 16 in the Wheelock Gym.