CSUN women’s volleyball fall to Cal Poly

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CSUN women’s volleyball fall to Cal Poly

Erin Indermill, left,  Aeryn Owens, Melissa Eaglin, Lauren Conati, right, starring at their opponent(UCSB) while they re position themselves  at around 8:00pm 9/30/16 at Matadome. Photo credit: Alejandro Aranda

Erin Indermill, left, Aeryn Owens, Melissa Eaglin, Lauren Conati, right, starring at their opponent(UCSB) while they re position themselves at around 8:00pm 9/30/16 at Matadome. Photo credit: Alejandro Aranda

Erin Indermill, left, Aeryn Owens, Melissa Eaglin, Lauren Conati, right, starring at their opponent(UCSB) while they re position themselves at around 8:00pm 9/30/16 at Matadome. Photo credit: Alejandro Aranda

Erin Indermill, left, Aeryn Owens, Melissa Eaglin, Lauren Conati, right, starring at their opponent(UCSB) while they re position themselves at around 8:00pm 9/30/16 at Matadome. Photo credit: Alejandro Aranda

Martin Torres

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The CSUN women’s volleyball came in with a record of 6-12 to play Cal Poly Friday at 7 p.m.

Away from home, the Matadors are 3-5 and are currently braving a four game losing streak. At home, the team has not had success as they are currently 0-3 in the Matadome.

CSUN took advantage early due to errors committed by the Mustangs.

Aeryn Owens gave the Matadors an 8-4 lead after a kill. The Mustangs did not back down and only trailed by one point, bringing the score 9-8.

Both teams were even on points with a service error by CSUN outside hitter Julie Haake making the score 13-12 CSUN. Both teams were giving it there all, as the score was 15-15 midway through the first set. CSUN took the lead and won the first set 25-22.

In the third set, Cal Poly took an early lead, setting the tone for the rest of the set. Attack errors by Haake and Diaz gave the Mustangs a 6-10 lead. Cal Poly won the third set 25-27.

In the fourth set, CSUN trailed by six mid way through. CSUN fought back, but it was not enough as Cal Poly took the fourth and final set 15-25.

The Matadors continues on the road, playing UC Santa Barbara tonight at 7 p.m.