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San Diego Athletics | November 8, 2013

No. 8 Toreros cruise to 11th consecutive victory

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- San Diego ran its winning streak to 11 with a 3-1 win against Santa Clara on Thursday evening in a West Coast Conference match at the Leavey Center.

With the 27-25, 25-22, 18-25, 25-12 win, the Toreros improve to 20-3 overall, move to 12-2 in the WCC, and increase their winning streak to 11. With the loss, the Broncos fall to 8-14 overall, and 3-10 in the WCC.

Chloe Ferrari led the team with 15 kills, while hitting for a .462 clip, and she recorded six blocks. Alaysia Brown was the only other Torero in double-digit kills, as she had 13, while hitting .342, and she recorded six blocks. Jianna Bonomi recorded a double-double with 27 assists and 18 digs, while C'era Oliveira also recorded 18 digs. As a team, USD hit .206.

In the first set, it was close in the early going, then with the score knotted at 4-4, the Broncos went on a 7-2 run to take a 11-6 lead, and grab control of the momentum. An SCU attack error then sparked a 5-1 USD run of its own, to pull to within one at 12-11. SCU then managed to maintain a two- to three-point lead, and took a four-point lead at 21-17, but San Diego refused to be denied. A Katie Hoekman kill then sparked a 4-1 Torero run to pull back to within one at 22-21, forcing the Broncos into a timeout. SCU managed to take set point at 24-22, however the Toreros scored the next three points to complete the rally, and take set one 27-25.

In the fourth and final frame, USD raced out to a 6-1 lead, to grab all the momentum. USD then continued to dominate and eventually took a 17-6 lead, and never looked back, as it cruised its way to a 25-12 win. 

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