Men’s Volleyball Winds Down

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A. Pietrykowski

Ali Pietrykowski, Julia Hass, Staff Writers

Although the team lost to Acalanes in three games on Friday, they were proud of how far they’ve come and how much the team has grown.

“We played the best we ever have, we’ve improved so much they were just better,” Mitchell Tang ‘16 said.

With senior setter Dylan Hadlow out due to a hand injury the team had to adjust for their game against Alhambra on

Wednesday. The match went to five games but the boys lost.

On Thursday the team had their last match against Campolindo. They lost but had a great time celebrating their seniors before the match.

“Even though the Campo game didn’t go as we had planned, it was really nice for the seniors to be thanked and appreciated by the team,” Matt Ent ‘13 said.

Considering only four of the 12 team members had played volleyball before this season, the team was content with how much they improved throughout the season and how much fun they had together learning how to play the sport.