Fresno State women’s volleyball lost to Utah State on Saturday, three sets to one, despite having a season-high 10 blocks in the second set.
“We blocked a ton of balls but again didn’t serve tough enough to earn runs,” head coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell said in a news release after the game. “We had far too many receive errors to win the match. We have some things to figure out when we get home, but we are asking a few players to step up and lead on the floor from here on out.”
Utah State took the first set 25-21, but the ‘Dogs bounced back with their strong blocking to take the second set 25-19. The Aggies regained momentum in the third set, winning it 25-18 and it continued into the fourth set, taking it 25-16
Freshman Sydney Lostumo had a career-high 33 assists and seven digs, and junior Emily Dzubak had a career-high 14 digs.
The Bulldogs’ record drops to 5-9. They return home Thursday to face Nevada (4-10).