History is in the making for the Sonoma State women’s volleyball team; the Seawolves broke a program record with their 12th consecutive win after defeating Cal State Dominguez Hills on Saturday night.
Nothing seems to be getting in the way of the record season for the Seawolves, as they now stand 16-3 overall. The Seawolves are at the top of the CCAA conference standings at 12-1.
The four leaders of the game were senior Madelyn Densberger with ten kills, three blocks and one ace.
Junior Lexi Reddick was not far behind with seven kills, six blocks and a pair of aces. Sophomore Kelsey McIntire had six kills and six blocks. Lastly, senior Caylie Seitz had six kills.
The Seawolves pride themselves on being a complete team.
Senior Calan Seitz is embracing her journey with this amazing team.
“Its very special to be a part of this season; It’s an amazing feeling to contribute to such a hard working talented team,” said Seitz. “We are working hard every day in practice to continue to get better as the season continues.”
Seitz was asked what the driving force behind the team was and how they will attempt to keep the streak alive.
“We play every opponent as if it was toughest match of our season.” The Seawolves record shows how hard the team has worked all season.
The Seawolves hard-working team will try to keep the winning streak alive against San Francisco State at home in the Wolves’ Den on Friday at 7:00 p.m.