BYU women’s volleyball wins tight game against Pacific

Ari Davis
Jaiden Achermann bumps the ball in the game against OSU. The Cougars won in a 3-2 game against Pacific. (Ari Davis)

The BYU women’s volleyball team came out on top against the Pacific Tigers in a 3-2 game in California on Thursday night.

The Tigers won the first two sets with the scores 25-20 and 25-18.

The third set appeared as if it would be similar to the first two sets, but the Cougars pulled ahead and won with the score of 25-16. The Cougars also won the fourth set 25-14.

BYU won the fifth and final set 15-8.

The Cougars ended the night with 153 attacks, 48 kills, 44 set assists, 69 digs and 19 team blocks. The Tigers had 178 attacks, 58 kills, 54 set assists, 78 digs and 5 team blocks.

Alexa Gray and Amy Boswell lead the team in kills with 14 and 13 kills respectively. Whitney Young Howard had a total of 12 blocks. Camry Willardson lead the team with 29 assists. Ciara Parker had 19 digs.


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