USD moves up to No. 12 in the latest polls.
Oct. 7, 2013
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The University of San Diego women's volleyball team has moved up one spot to No. 12 in the latest AVCA top-25 poll. This marks the sixth consecutive week that the Toreros have appeared in the top-25.
San Diego posted a perfect 2-0 record this past week, as they rallied back from a 2-0 deficit to claim a 3-2 win over Loyola Marymount on Thursday. USD then picked up a clean sweep over Pepperdine on Saturday to improve to 11-3 overall and 3-2 in the WCC.
In Thursday's win, Chloe Ferrari recorded a match-best 19 kills on 34 swings, while only committing three errors to hit for a .471 clip. Both Alaysia Brown and Sandra Lozic recorded 13 kills a piece, with Lozic also recording 12 digs to post a double-double. The final Torero in double-digit kills was Taylor Hollins, who had 12 kills. Jianna Bonomi recorded 41 assists in helping steer the Torero offense to a .210 team attack percentage, while C'era Oliveira recorded 15 digs to lead the defense.
Then in Saturday's win, Brown paced the Torero offense with a match-best 17 kills, while hitting for a .433 clip. Hollins was the second Torero in double-digit kills, as she had 13 to go along with 10 digs to post a double-double. Bonomi recorded 31 assists and had 10 digs to record a double-double, while Oliveira led the defensive side of things with 22 digs. As a team, USD hit .304.
San Diego will return to action on Thursday, as they resume WCC play when they welcome the University of San Francisco to town for a 7 p.m. match inside the friendly confines of the Jenny Craig Pavilion.
Men's Soccer Season Opener
Previewing No. 16 Cal
Training Camp Update
Coach Lindsey Recaps the First Two Weeks
2015 WSOC Preview
A brief preview of the 2015 Toreros.
The Will to Win
2015 Celebration of Excellence.
Get to Know Kyle Holder
One of the top SS in the country.
From Serbia to San Diego
Four stand-out student athletes hail from Serbia.
Torero Profile: Lauren Schad
One of a few Native American female athletes in DI.