Volleyball struggles to find wins during season

The East Los Angeles College
women’s volleyball team wrapped
up a devastating season, going 9-21
which translated into a mere .300
winning percentage.
The Huskies started their season
strong as the team won four of their
first five games.
Unfortunately, they went 5-16
the remainder of the way, including
nine-straight losses in their final
nine games.
They never managed to string
together more than two wins in a

row, but had a five-game and a nine-
game losing streak.

The Huskies performed best at
neutral locations, an arena with
no home team, going 3-4, while at

home they were 5-8 and away they
were just 1-9.
They were 2-15 in conference
The Huskies tallied 4.26 kills per
set, with a .203 hitting percentage
and 3.83 assists per set.
They averaged .72 blocks per set,
.93 service aces per set and 5.38
digs per set.
Over the course of the season, the
team racked up 1,352 attacks, 464
kills, 417 assists, 101 service aces,
586 digs and 79 total blocks.
Jimena Gonzalez led the team
in kills with 157, while Samantha
Fierro topped the roster with 259
The Huskies were coming off
back-to-back winning seasons
where they went 13-11 in both 2017
and 2018.

Staff Writer

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