Westmont Volleyball (18-5, 9-3 GSAC) rebounded from Friday night’s loss at Hope International (15-7, 9-3) by sweeping Life Pacific (10-14, 3-10) on Saturday afternoon (25-20, 25-17, 25-22) in a Golden State Athletic Conference match. 

“It was a good turnaround for us,” said Westmont head coach Ruth McGolpin. “We talked a lot last night after the match. My opening statement to them today before we played was, ‘It’s a new day, turn the corner.’ It was good to see people play well and play a little looser.”

Senior right side hitter Cassidy Rea led the Warriors offensively by recording 11 kills on 24 attempts without committing a hitting error.

“I was happy to see Cassidy step up and play well,” said McGolpin. “Her hitting percentage (.458) was great.”

Hali Galloway added nine kills to the Warrior attack while Brooklynn Chenney contributed seven kills, eight serve receptions and 20 digs.

Next week, Westmont will host San Diego Christian (3-17, 0-13) on Friday and Vanguard on Saturday. Both matches are scheduled to begin at 7 o’clock.