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Women’s Volleyball: Westmont Latest to Fall to Cal Lutheran

The Warriors lose 3-1, extending their opponent's win streak to seven.

The California Lutheran University women’s volleyball team defeated Westmont College 3-1 at home Thursday night.

The Regals extended their win streak to seven matches and defeated its third Golden State Athletic Conference opponent of the season.

Allison Kerr led the Regals with 16 kills, four block assists and three service aces. CLU setter Lindsey Benson dished out a season high 38 assists. Westmont’s Beth Widicus led the Warriors with seven kills.

Scott Chisholm is California Lutheran University‘s sports information director.

Westmont 15 25 16 11 – 1
CLU 25 20 25 25 – 3

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