The Cal Poly volleyball team fell in four sets to Nevada on Saturday, losing 15-25, 26-24, 26-24, 26-24 on the final day of the Utah Classic in Salt Lake City.
Maddie Kuber and Hannah Schleis had 14 kills apiece for the Mustangs (1-10). Holley Franks had 13 kills, and Molly Pon added nine kills against the Wolf Pack (2-10).
Steffi Sooter had a team-high 11 digs, Marianne Gera had 27 assists and eight digs and Kate Walters had 25 assists and 10 digs for the Mustangs.
Cuesta at San Diego Mesa Invitational
The Cougars split two matches, losing to Glendale 25-22, 23-25, 17-25, 20-25 before beating Cerritos 25-21, 25-13, 21-25, 28-26.
Cuesta’s Stephanie Persky had five kills and 10 digs, Victoria Burkett had five kills and Kylie Gacad had 34 assists and eight digs against Glendale.
Against Cerritos, Riley Cooks had 16 kills and 15 digs, Lauren Chapman had six kills and Kylie Gacad had 37 assists and 12 digs for the Cougars.
WOMEN’S WATER POLOCuesta at Nyquist Invitational
The Cougars (5-3) lost both of their games in the winner’s round-robin in Saratoga to finish third, falling 10-6 to Diablo Valley and 11-4 to Foothill.
Against Diablo Valley, six different players scored a goal for Cuesta.
Shanae Lauridsen had two goals to pace the Cougars against Foothill.
MEN’S WATER POLODiablo Valley 12, Cuesta 5; Cuesta 14, Riverside 12, OT
Spencer Silva and Matt Giancanelli scored overtime goals to give the Cougars the win over Riverside for third place in their own tournament.
Giancanelli and Arthur McCall both had three goals against Riverside in a game that was tied at 12 at the end of regulation.
Georan Meendering and Lucas Lastra both had two goals for Cuesta (6-4), which went 2-2 in the tournament. Goalie Brady Moore had 17 saves.
Against Diablo Valley, the Cougars were outscored by a combined 8-0 in the second and fourth quarters.
Giancanelli also had three goals in that game, and Lastra and Stephen Hendrickson each added one. Moore had 12 saves in goal.