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Friday Night Men's Volleyball

Friday Night Men's Volleyball

Capilano Blues @ COTR Avalanche – Friday November 18, 8:00pm | WATCH HERE

For the first time since the 2003-2004 season the Avalanche are undefeated through the first three weekends. They are tied atop of the PACWEST standings with a 6-0 record and are ranked fifth in the country coming into this weekend. They are coming off a much-needed bye after their lengthy road trip to VIU where they swept the Marines for the first time in school history. This weekend with the Blues is their final home stand before the holiday break.

While the Avalanche are undefeated, the Blues are winless losing six in a row and are hoping a change of scenery will make a difference. They are on their final road trip before the holidays and would like nothing more then to snap their skid.

Head-to-Head

Records: Blues 0-6 – Avalanche 6-0
Sets Won: Blues 5 – Avalanche 18
Sets Lost: Blues 18 – Avalanche 6

Kill Leaders: Colby Soolsma – 54 kills (Blues) – Diego Policarpo – 87 kills (Avalanche)

Digs Leaders: Owen Genge – 23 digs (Blues) – Vittor Mateus – 40 digs (Avalanche)

Camosun Chargers @ Douglas Royals – Friday November 18, 8:00pm | WATCH HERE

The defending CCAA national champion Chargers have steamed rolled through their first six matches this season winning all but three sets. They haven’t missed a beat this season and are coming off a sweep of the Capilano Blues last weekend. They are also the top ranked team across the country and are looking for more making their final road trip before the holiday break.

The Royals are eight points back of the Chargers in the standings and will finally play a home match this weekend. They started the season with six straight on the road and are coming off a bye week after back-to-back wins at CBC.

Head-to-Head

Records: Chargers 6-0 – Royals 4-2
Sets Won: Chargers 18 – Royals 14
Sets Lost: Chargers 3 – Royals 11

Kill Leaders: Brendan Folkerts – 68 kills (Chargers) – Cameron Powell – 52 kills (Royals)

Digs Leaders: Kristofer La Guardia – 42 digs (Chargers) – Elijah St. Germain – 34 digs (Royals)