Women’s volleyball drops penultimate  game

Women’s volleyball drops penultimate game

The season continues to be rocky for women’s volleyball, which lost a home match on Nov. 1 in three sets to Santa Barbara City College, taking their season record to 4-17 overall this season.

Captain Brooke Romano explained how difficult it’s been this season for the Brahmas.

“We lack drive,” Romano said. “We need to improve in teamwork, communication, being positive and learning how to talk to our teammates in a respectful manner.”

Pierce kept it somewhat close, losing 25-15. The second and third sets went to Santa Barbara, 25-6 and 25-13.

With the season almost over, assistant coach Carrie Wright explained what the team needs to improve next season.

“We need to be moving our feet more, we’re too jumpy, and serving, which is a huge thing, we need to work on,” Wright said.

Pierce Athletic Director Deborah Hefter explained what the team needs to do to improve for future games.

“When things get tough, instead of just putting your head down, keep pushing through. We just need to keep pushing when times get hard,” Hefter said.

The season ends against Moorpark College on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 6 p.m.

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