Oct. 20, 2007
Stockton, Calif. - The Tigers' Kara Uhl collected 18kills as Pacific snapped Cal State Fullerton's two-game winning streak with a 30-11, 30-25, 30-25 victory Saturday night at the Alex G. Spano Center in a Big West Conference volleyball match.
With the win, Pacific improves to 13-5 overall and 6-3 in Big West play while Fullerton falls to 10-10, 5-4.
The 1,103 Tiger fans in attendance saw the Tigers lead wire-to-wire in the first two frames and also saw them tie a school record for the largest margin of victory in single game in the rally scoring era with the 19 point advantage.
The third game was the most competitive of the three for Fullerton, and featured 12 tie scores and seven lead changes. Fullerton held a 15-14 lead, but Pacific rallied to score eight of the next nine points of the match to extend to 23-16, and never looked back. The Titans got to within three points, but dropped the third straight game to snap the Titans' modest two game winning streak.
Brittany Moore collected a team-high 13 kills on the night, and missed her fifth straight double-double by one dig. Alex Wolnisty and Erin Saddler led all players with three blocks apiece while the Titans did out-block the Tigers 6.0 to 3.0 in the losing effort.
Fullerton returns to the court on Thursday, Oct. 25 as Cal State Bakersfield will visit Titan Gym in a non-conference affair in Fullerton.