STOCKTON, Calif. – The Pacific women's volleyball suffered a tough loss at home after dropping a three-set (19-25, 17-25, 22-25) match to Portland on Thursday night at the Alex G. Spanos Center.
Pacific falls to 6-12, 1-6 in West Coast Conference play. Portland is now 15-4, 4-2 in the WCC.
In Case You Missed it:
- The Tigers struggled against the Pilots most of the match, with Portland out-hitting Pacific .444-.202 and committing just three hitting errors on the night.
- Pacific held and edge in kills 45-43 and matched Portland in digs, with each squad collecting 43.
- The match was played very quickly, only lasting 1 hour, 20 minutes. After falling quickly to an 0-2 deficit, the Tigers battled in the third set to nearly force a fourth.
- The score was tied nine times in the third set before the Tigers were able to take a multiple point lead over the Pilots.
- Portland battled back and were able to tie the game at 13-13.
- The two squads battle back and forth, tying the game six more times and changing leads four times before Portland went on a 4-1 run at 21-21 to claim the match victory.
- Kaitlyn Lines led all players on the court with 14 kills. She hit .259, while also totaling seven digs.
- Alex Holt hit a team-high .438 after totaling eight kills and committing just one error in 16 total swings.
- Hanne De Schrijver totaled 34 assists.
- Jadyn Tubbs and Riley Patterson each collected a team-high 12 digs.
Pacific will host Gonzaga on Saturday, October 13 at 12:00 p.m. in the Alex G. Spanos Center. Prior to the match the first 250 fans will receive a mini Powercat volleyball.
Streaming and live stat links can be found on the Pacific Women's Volleyball schedule page.
Fans, be sure to follow Pacific Women's Volleyball on Twitter (@PacificVball) and on Instagram at pacificvolleyball.