With a 14-game winning streak riding in behind them, the Sonoma State University women’s volleyball team is looking unstoppable. The 22nd ranked Seawolves have won 14 consecutive matches in a row, improving their record 18-3 overall and 14-1 in the CCAA.
“We are improving so much as a team with each match we play and when we make mistakes, we recover from them very fast,” said sophomore Calan Seitz.
With the gymnasium stuffed on Friday night for the Pack the Den event, school spirit came alive as the Sonoma State volleyball team took a win against San Francisco State with a final of 3-0.
Outside the court, there was free food, candy and cups for the Sonoma State students who came out and supported their volleyball team as a part of the Pack the Den rally.
Junior Rachel Andrews led with 13 points with eight blocks and eight kills, along with senior Madelyn Densberger, who had 11 kills with a .524 hitting percentage. With the dominating performance, the Seawolves swept SFSU 3-0 (25-14, 25-18, 25-13).
Senior Jaclyn Clark from San Francisco State had nine kills on the night, which made her the sixth player in San Francisco State history to hit the 1,000-career, kill milestone.
On Saturday against Cal State East Bay, the Sonoma State volleyball team took in another home sweep, with a final of 3-0.
The Seawolves hit .400 as a team for the third time this season.
Senior Caylie Seitz led with 14 kills, while junior Lexi Reddick scored a match-high of 15 points and 11 kills. Calan Seitz led the team with 19 assists and Densberger had nine digs and three blocks.
With great teamwork all around the board, the Seawolves are continuing to roll through the competition.
“The games have been going really well, we have been extremely steady with our ups and downs and I think that is very important,” said Calan Seitz.
With the last three regular season matches coming up this weekend against Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State L.A. and Cal State San Marcos, the Seawolves will head to Southern California to compete. Their last home games are Nov. 13 against Stanislaus State and Nov. 14 against Chico State.