BC volleyball continues roller coaster season

Daniel Ojeda, Sports Editor

The Bakersfield College volleyball team continued its up-and-down season as they dropped two of the last three games, leaving them sitting at fourth place in the division.

The rollercoaster season has seen the Renegades struggle to win consistently and these last few games have followed suit.

On Oct. 29, BC lost to Santa Monica College three sets to one.

Tyler Herring finished the game with a team-high 18 kills while her teammate Lorena Ramirez chipped in with 17 kills. Jade Delgadillo finished with a team-high 39 assists.

Against Glendale College on Oct. 24, the Renegades easily won taking all three sets. Kourtney Grantz led the way for the Renegades finishing the game with a team-high 10 kills while Delgadillo once again led the team in assists with 26.

With a chance to see how they measure against a first place squad, the Renegades lost all three sets against College of the Canyons on Oct. 22.

Grantz led the way with nine kills while Delgadillo had 20 of the team’s 21 kills for the day.

The Renegades have an overall record of 7-12 with a division record of 3-4.

Next up for the volleyball team are two home games against Antelope Valley College on Nov. 5 and West LA College on Nov. 7 with both games starting at 6 p.m.