Bakersfield College’s volleyball team loses to El Camino College

Sarah Armendariz, a freshman setter, jumps to spike the volleyball to over the net.

Megan Fenwick, Social Media Editor

The Bakersfield College women’s volleyball team lost 3-0 to El Camino College on Nov. 21 during the first round sweep of the South Regional Playoffs, putting them out of the running of the California Community College Athletics Association State Championship.

In the first set, the Renegades lost to the warriors 25-20, although the BC team stayed close throughout the set. During the second set of the game, the Bakersfield volleyball team lost to El Camino with its largest gap, at 25-14. The teams remained neck to neck during most of the third and final set, but Bakersfield College still lost 25-21.

Brooke Horack, a sophomore middle blocker, led the BC team in number of kills, of which she scored 10, while Jourdon Muro, a sophomore outside hitter, got 21 total attacks.

The women’s volleyball team has done well overall this semester, winning 19 out of 25 of their games since August.