CSUN upsets No. 5 ranked UCLA

    CSUN volleyball player jumps up and prepares to spike the ball
    Sophomore, Sam Porter (3), sets up the spike for middle blocker, Josiah Byers (18), over Hope international Friday Night at the Matadome. The Matadors added another victory to their 7-3 record with a three set victory against the Royals. Photo credit: Luis Garcia

    Number 14 ranked CSUN Men’s Volleyball came away with a win last night against fifth ranked UCLA.

    The set scores were 20-25, 25-21, 20-25, 25-23, and 15-9.

    Arvis Greene, CSUN’s junior, stole the show with 25 kills and a hitting percentage of .449. Thus far, that is just two kills shy from beating his season high.

    UCLA’s Dylan Missry had 21 kills and a hitting percentage of .390, but the Matadors continued to prevail.

    It was a kill by Eric Chance, a Matador sophomore, who ended the match. Chance had five kills this game without any errors giving him a hitting percentage of .625.

    The Matadors will hit the road again to take on UC Santa Barbara Feb. 17 at 7 p.m.