"All of our guys, especially in the first and second set, we served really well, and it was all six guys serving aggressively. All six guys have the potential to earn points for us, and that's what we need to win at this level."
"We don't have to be great, we have to be good for a long period of time," he said. "Being great doesn't matter if you give it all away."
“We had a hard time keeping our consistency. All credit to [Calgary], they made [it] a hard time for us.”
The Thunderbirds managed to show their strength on the court and take home a win on both occasions this weekend against UBCO.
The team heads into playoffs on a two-game win streak and with some fire in their bellies.
“There were a couple of challenges for the girls in this game,” said UBC Head Coach Doug Reimer. “We’ve got people coming off from injuries, so I think mentally it was hard for us to play well for a long time in the third day [of the tournament].”
UBC’s collaboration on the court successfully suppressed the opponent’s attack, widening the gap set by set before finally taking down the WolfPack 25-15 to seal their fate.