SACRAMENTO (10-5) -The Hawks returned home after a road win over to Lassen College on Wednesday. The Hawks resumed Big 8 Conference play as they took on Diablo Valley College.
Cosumnes River came out strong during their Pink Night in support of those affected by breast cancer. All the admission and concession funds were donated to the Side Out Foundation in support of breast cancer research.
Besides the third set, the Hawks were in control throughout the four-set match. The Hawks combined for 43 kills, 74 digs, and 10 blocks. Kylie Pires led the Hawks with nine kills and also contributed eighteen digs. Taryn Oberle and Rebakkah McLaughlin both combined for eight kills apiece. Oberle also led the Hawks with four blocks. Emily Cox lead the offense by hitting .667 with four kills coming off the bench strong.
Player of the Game:
Quote of the game:
"We had a great week this week! I'm glad that we could come out strong at home. After a 9 hour bus ride on Wednesday, it would be easy to coast through the week, but we showed that we are a determined team. Now that we have some momentum, I'm excited how we play against the upcoming teams and if we can carry our momentum."
- Brandon Merritt, Assistant Coach
Up Next - The Hawks travel to American River College on Wednesday to take on the Beavers. On Friday, the Hawks will return home to take on Sacramento City College. Both games will begin at 6:30 pm.