The players were also communicating with each other much better than in previous games, according to coach Sarah Song.
“The girls were all playing really well together,” Song said. “(They were) talking, moving and having fun.”
The second set ended 25-17.
Escobar and Cohen received the players-of-the-match awards due to their outstanding performance; Escobar continued a great serving run, and Cohen returned many balls and her serves were also on point, according to Song.
The night ended in victory, but it was also the team’s last game, making the win bittersweet.
“I wish we could have had more games, but I’m happy for our victory,” freshman Lilah Shorey said.