The Bakersfield College Volleyball team (4-5) went 2-1 at the 31st San Diego-Mesa Tournament on September 9th, 10th, and 11th.
BC lost to host San Diego-Mesa (5-3) in three straight (25-23, 25-20, 26-24), but that was the last time they'd lose a game in the tournament.
They beat Palomar and Pasadena City both by scores of 3-0 and showed improvement in both wins according to Coach Carl Feirrera.
"We are about recognizing why things don't work and why they do work regardless of the score," Coach Carl said, "And they are doing that in both competition and practice. There is a dirrect correlation between serve-receive passing and scoring, and we saw a lot of improvement there. Hannah Pope did a fantastic job."
There were also personnel moves that helped BC.
"Logan Minnie's range and attack selection is improving, thus she is scoring more points and minimizing her errors and that's what we need out of the outside hitter position. She didn't start the weekend as a starter; but she came in and replaced a player and instantly did a really good job. So it's a day to day kind of thing, but she started the last two matches and did a great job," Feirrera said.