The Cal Poly volleyball team swept a doubleheader at the Mott Athletic Center on Saturday, getting back to .500 early in the season.
The Mustangs (4-4) swept both San Jose State and Sacramento State, beating the Spartans 25-19, 25-12, 25-20 and the Hornets 25-23, 25-18, 25-21.
In the win over the Hornets, Cal Poly hit .260.
Reann Greisen had 15 kills, Taylor Gruenewald added nine kills and Nicole Kessler had 22 digs.
Cal Poly set a season-high with 10 aces.
Taylor Nelson led the Mustangs with 20 assists.
Shannon Boyle led Sacramento State (4-7) with 10 kills, and Kennedy Kurtz had 26 assists.
In the sweep against San Jose State (0-8), Greisen had 12 kills and Kessler added 14 digs. Nelson had 17 assists.
The Mustangs had nine aces.
Nandyala Gama led the Spartans with five kills. The Spartans struggled, hitting -0.12 for the match and picking up only 17 kills in three games.