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Inland college roundup: Wednesday, November 8

By in Press Enterprise on November 9, 2017

By Sports Staff

MEN’S SOCCER
Embry-Riddle (AZ) 3, La Sierra 0:
The Golden Eagles dropped their California Pacific Tournament first round match to Embry-Riddle at El Camino College.
La Sierra ends the season 12-7 overall and 9-2 in conference.
Wolverines clinch championship:
San Bernardino Valley secured the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship after Southwestern College lost to Cuyamaca on Wednesday afternoon.
The Wolverines, who will finish the regular season Friday at home against MiraCosta, obtain their second consecutive championship.
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Cuyamaca 3, San Bernardino Valley 0:
Despite attempting to rally in the third set, the Wolverines fell 25-18, 25-7, 27-25 against Cuyamaca in a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Crossover match at home.
San Bernardino Valley started the third set with a 5-0 lead until Cuyamaca came from behind and closed out the match.
Savanna Aguilar led San Bernardino with 11 kills, meanwhile Maggie Raygoza had 21 digs.
Crystal Chase and Destiny Alvarez each had 11 digs.
Alvarez also added 21 assists and three kills.
Mt. San Jacinto 3, Imperial Valley 1:
The Eagles took a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Crossover match victory over Imperial Valley at home.
Mt. San Jacinto is now 11-11, 4-4 in the PCAC with a 3-2 record at home.
CBU 3, Hawai’i Pacific 0:
The Cal Baptist Lancers defeated Hawai’i Pacific 25-10, 25-23, 25-14 in a PacWest matchup in Riverside, securing the PacWest Championship.
McKenna Witt had a double-double with 10 kills and 12 digs while Sydney Kralj had a match-high 42 assists.
Hawai’i tied the first set twice early on before the Lancers took a 3-2 lead and cruised to its first-set win.
The Sharks caught up to CBU in the second set, tying it 23-23 before Madison Witt delivered the final two kills to give CBU the 2-0 lead.
Hawai’i took the early lead in the third set but an attack error gave CBU the 5-4 lead it kept for the remainder of the match.
CBU remains […]    

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