ECC women’s volleyball team extends win streak after win against Mt. SAC

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ECC women’s volleyball team extends win streak after win against Mt. SAC

El Camino College Warriors setter Caitlin Donatucci sets the ball for middle blocker Ginia Goods during the first set of their match against Mt. San Antonio College on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at home. The Warriors are still undefeated in conference play this year, following wins against Pasadena City and East Los Angeles College. 
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El Camino College Warriors setter Caitlin Donatucci sets the ball for middle blocker Ginia Goods during the first set of their match against Mt. San Antonio College on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at home. The Warriors are still undefeated in conference play this year, following wins against Pasadena City and East Los Angeles College. Jaime Solis/The Union

El Camino College Warriors setter Caitlin Donatucci sets the ball for middle blocker Ginia Goods during the first set of their match against Mt. San Antonio College on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at home. The Warriors are still undefeated in conference play this year, following wins against Pasadena City and East Los Angeles College. Jaime Solis/The Union

El Camino College Warriors setter Caitlin Donatucci sets the ball for middle blocker Ginia Goods during the first set of their match against Mt. San Antonio College on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at home. The Warriors are still undefeated in conference play this year, following wins against Pasadena City and East Los Angeles College. Jaime Solis/The Union

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The El Camino College women’s volleyball team extended its win streak to four in a 3-1 home win against Mt. San Antonio College on Wednesday, Oct. 2.

“I felt great. I knew we were going to win,” Mikayla Clark, ECC Warriors’ outside hitter said. “We knew Mt. SAC was going to be big competition, but we’re winning our conference so far.”

Despite ECC outscoring Mt. SAC 50-35 over the first two sets, Mt. SAC claimed a narrow victory in the third to force a fourth.

However, the Warriors beat Mt. SAC in the fourth set 25-20 and will face Rio Hondo College in their next game.

“You never know when you’re going to have to play another set,” Clark said. “You just have to go out there, ignore what the other team is doing, and play your game.”

 

Next game:

Who: El Camino College Warriors at Rio Hondo College

When: Friday, Oct. 4, at 6 p.m.

Where: Rio Hondo College Gymnasium

Address: 3600 Workman Mill Rd, Whittier, CA 90601

 

 

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