2016 Citrus College Volleyball News

  • Volleyball Has Six Named All-Conference
    December 08, 2016
    Glendora, CA - Despite a slow start to their 2016 campaign the Citrus College Volleyball team, the Owls rallied late and finished in a respectable third place in the Western State Conference East Division. As a result, the Owls had six individuals named to the All-Western State Conference East Division team.
  • It’s Not How You Start
    November 11, 2016
    Santa Monica, CA - Prior to Western State Conference South Division play, things arguably could’t have been more difficult for the Citrus College Volleyball team. Citrus didn’t pick up their first victory until their 13th game of the year, and they entered conference play with a 2-15 record. The Owls proved that it’s not how you start, but how you finish as they never lost sight of the bigger picture and never gave up. That effort paid off as they finished off conference play a solid 4-4 after beating Santa Monica College in four sets on Friday evening in their final match of the year.
  • Owls Battle Brahmas
    November 09, 2016
    Glendora, CA - When Los Angeles Pierce College comes calling at the Owls’ Nest, there are usually two things that you can count on. First, is that the Brahmas will be good, and coming into Wednesday night’s Western State Conference contest with the Owls, Pierce was 23-3 overall and ranked #2 in the State. The second thing is that the Owls will almost always battle the Brahmas no matter what the records are, and Citrus did just that despite being swept in straight sets 16-25, 19-25, and 19-25.
  • On All Cylinders
    November 04, 2016
    Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team played one of their best matches of the 2016 season on Friday afternoon when they hosted Glendale College. The Owls were firing on all cylinders, posting a season high 46 kills (in a three set match), and also posted a season low of 10 attack errors in a sweep of the visiting Vaqueros.
  • Owls Downed by Rams on Road
    November 02, 2016
    Victorville, CA – The Citrus College Volleyball team hit the road on Wednesday evening for another WSC East showdown with Victor Valley College. The Owls put forth a solid effort, but didn’t have enough in the end in as they were downed in straight sets.
  • Owls Move to .500 in WSC East Play With Home Victory Over Santa Monica
    October 26, 2016
    Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team moved to .500 in Western State Conference East Division play on Wednesday evening. The Owls rallied after a sloppy first set to run away with the next three in a 17-25, 25-10, 25-19, and 25-19 win over visiting Santa Monica College.
  • Owls Fall at Pierce
    October 21, 2016
    Woodland Hills, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team put together a solid effort on Friday afternoon when they traveled to Woodland Hills to take on the #2 ranked team in the State of California in Los Angeles Pierce College. The Owls hit the 19 and 18 points mark in the first two sets, before being put away in the third 25-12.
  • Owls Beat Vaqueros in Four; Win First WSC East Match
    October 20, 2016
    Glendale, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team hit the road on Wednesday evening to take on Glendale College in Western State Conference East Division action. The Owls rallied after losing the first set to win the next three in a 21-25, 25-16, 25-19, and 25-19 victory.
  • In Error
    October 14, 2016
    Glendora, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team kicked off their 2016 Western State Conference East Division schedule at home on Friday evening against Victor Valley College. The Owls fell in straight sets, due in large part to the amount of errors they committed, 33 in total, in the 19, 20, and 20 loss.
  • State #3 Santa Barbara too Much for Owls Volleyball
    October 12, 2016
    Santa Barbara, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team knew they would have their hands full when they made the 115 mile trek up to Santa Barbara City College to take on the State ranked #3 Vaqueros. The Owls put up a solid fight, but fell in straight sets 18-25, 19-25, and 21-25.
  • A Sweep Feeling
    October 10, 2016
    Lancaster, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team got to experience what was a rare feeling for them on Monday evening when they travelled to Antelope Valley College. The Owls swept the host Marauders, putting together arguably their best performance of the year in a 31-29, 25-18, 25-19 victory.
  • Owls Swept by Cuesta in Home Opener
    October 07, 2016
    Glendora, CA - After nearly a month and a half of playing on the road and a tough 14 match start to their 2016 campaign, the Citrus College Volleyball team finally made their way home on Friday evening. Unfortunately for the Owls it wasn’t a welcome homecoming as they were swept by visiting Cuesta College 25-15, 25-23, and 25-17.
  • Good Effort Not Enough in Loss to Mission
    September 30, 2016
    Sylmar, CA - Fresh off their first win in 2016, the Citrus College Volleyball team headed West on the 210 freeway to take on fellow WSC member Los Angeles Mission College. The Owls put forth a good effort, but it wasn't enough in a four-set loss to the host Eagles.
  • Owls Win First of Year in Five Sets at San Bernardino
    September 28, 2016
    San Bernardino, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team picked up their first victory of 2016 on Wednesday when they defeated San Bernardino Valley College on the road in five sets. Citrus nearly did their best to give it away, but in the end prevailed.
  • Fifth Set Nightmares
    September 23, 2016
    Victorville, CA - In Citrus’ first 10 games of the 2016 season, the Owls suffered losses in five sets in three matches. Citrus’ fifth set nightmares continued over the weekend when they lost two five-set matches, one to Mt. San Jacinto College and the other to new conference rival Victor Valley College.
  • Volleyball's Woes Continue at PCC Triangular
    September 14, 2016
    Pasadena, CA – The early season issues for the Citrus College Volleyball team continued on Wednesday evening at the triangular hosted by Pasadena City College. The Owls opened up the night by getting swept by the host Lancers, before falling in five sets to Mt. San Jacinto College, their second loss to the Eagles this year.
  • No Momentum
    September 08, 2016
    Riverside, CA - While the 2016 Citrus College Volleyball season had gotten off to an inauspicious and slow start, the Owls had some hope heading into Wednesday night’s matches against Mt. San Antonio and Riverside City Colleges. Citrus had steadily improved over its first six matches, getting progressively closer and closer to that elusive first win. That building momentum wasn’t there for the Owls on Wednesday however, as they were swept in straight sets by the Mounties and Tigers.
  • Getting Closer
    September 02, 2016
    Costa Mesa, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team came home winless again on Friday afternoon when they travelled to Orange Coast College for the triangular hosted by the Pirates. Still the Owls got closer as they took Southwestern College to five sets and also the host team in perennial contended Orange Coast College.
  • 2x4
    August 31, 2016
    Norwalk, CA - The Citrus College Volleyball team got back in action on Wednesday afternoon when they travelled to Cerritos College to take on the host Falcons along with Fullerton College later in the afternoon. In the end the Owls came back with a pair of losses, losing in four sets in both contests.
  • Owls Shows Promise Despite Two Opening Sweeps
    August 27, 2016
    San Diego, CA - With just four total sophomores dotting their 2016 rosters, only two of whom played significant time for the Owls last season, Citrus knew there would be some growing pains as their new campaign kicked off. The Owls certainly experienced those on Saturday afternoon when they were swept by Mt. San Jacinto College and San Diego Mesa College.