#2) aside from Torwie,
Godbold had to have had the quietest good match imaginable, digging balls, never got a decent set to swing at the first couple of sets, and then was terminal almost every time when he did get a ball.
#3) Olivier, well, he stunk the first couple of sets, passing, you name it, got yanked, and then made some big kills and got the receiving in order. aside from an overenthusiastic over the net kill
#4) Holdaway. unstoppable when he was set, including a too high poor set that he was able to tap to an open spot. His serving has got so much more consistent from a frosh to now
had to feel bad for Marocchi, assuming he started to provide some quick attacks to counter UCLA's middles, only....our passing stunk so much the first two sets he never got a chance to get on track.
& Torwie of course, evoke some flashbacks to clutch plays in 2018/2019 from Huus & Siegfried
the serving subs with Harlan & Sanborn this year have maybe been the collective best have seen over this run the last 6 or so years - they bring heat & movement on the ball and different looks....and they get the flippin ball in!! they may make errors, but usually after scoring a point or two
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