Volleyball subdues the Sharks

The Eagles dominate Hawaii Pacific three sets to none.


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Redshirt senior setter Abby Brewster crouches to set the ball.

Caleb Crawley, Sports Editor

Biola’s women’s volleyball team continued their road trip at Hawaii Pacific, winning three sets to none. Senior outside hitter Madison Beebe led Biola’s offense with eight kills en route to a sweep over the Sharks. 


The first set reached a 7-7 stalemate midway through the frame. Beebe’s three recorded kills sparked a seven-point rally for the Eagles, which propelled them to a first-set victory. 

The second set was much closer than the opening set. Hawaii Pacific recorded three straight points which tied the match at 22. Beebe responded to the Sharks’ rally with a kill of her own, which shifted the momentum back to the Eagles’ side. Redshirt senior setter Abby Brewster’s perfect ace secured the second match for Biola 25-22. 

The Eagles continued their offensive success in the third and final set of the match, winning 25-14. Biola recorded a match-high 16 kills in the final frame without committing a single attack error. 

Redshirt senior Emily Smith contributed to the Eagles’ efficiency on offense by providing 12 total kills and a solo block. 

Biola continues their road trip in Hawaii as they take on Hawaii Hilo on Saturday at 10 p.m. PST.

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