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Photo by: Andy Wilhelm
Jessica Rieble, Rachel Linden, and Amanda Colla
Tuesday Night RIMAC Arena Showdown vs. Cal State LA Kicks off Homecoming Week
Release: Monday 10/02/2017 
by UCSD

THE SCHEDULE
Match 14
Tuesday, Oct. 3 • 7:00 p.m.
vs. Cal State LA (8-4, 4-0 CCAA)
RIMAC Arena • La Jolla, Calif.
Live StatsLive Video

Match 15
Friday, Oct. 6 • 7:00 p.m.
at Humboldt State (2-10, 1-5 CCAA)
Lumberjack Arena • Arcata, Calif.
Live StatsLive Video

AT THE DOOR
General admission tickets for all regular season home matches are available for purchase at the RIMAC Arena Box Office starting one hour prior to the start of the match.
• UCSD Student w/ID: FREE
• Adult (18-64): $8
• Senior (65+): $5
• Youth (7-17): $5
• Under 7: Free
• Visiting Student w/ID: $5

WATCH LIVE ON UCSDTRITONS.TV
If you can't make it out to RIMAC Arena, watch home matches live on UCSDtritons.tv. Broadcasts are in high definition and can be viewed from smartphones and tablets as well as desktop and laptop computers. San Diego media personality Miles Himmel will be calling all of the action courtside. The single-match fee is $5.99, though the broadcast is available free of charge to anyone with a UC San Diego campus IP address. Fans can access all live coverage from the Schedule/Results page, or by clicking on the links above.

UCSD RECORDS
• Overall: 10-3
• CCAA: 4-1
• Home: 3-0
• Road: 2-2
• Neutral: 5-1
• Against Ranked Teams: 1-1
• Current Streak: Won 1

ABOUT CAL STATE LA
Roster | Schedule | Statistics
• Overall: 8-4
• CCAA: 4-0
• Home: 1-0
• Road: 4-1
• Neutral: 3-3
• Current Streak: Won 6

ABOUT HUMBOLDT STATE
Roster | Schedule | Statistics
• Overall: 2-10
• CCAA: 1-5
• Home: 2-2
• Road: 0-4
• Neutral: 0-4
• Current Streak: Lost 2

ALL-TIME AGAINST THE OPPONENTS
UC San Diego is 33-19 in the all-time series against Cal State LA. The Tritons have won four of the last five meetings, but the Golden Eagles own the most recent victory, a 3-0 win in Los Angeles on Oct. 11, 2016.

The Tritons hold a commanding 18-2 advantage against Humboldt State. UCSD won the first 18 match-ups, but the Lumberjacks have taken the last two, both in five sets.

WEEKLY REWIND
No. 24 Cal State San Bernardino 3, UCSD 0
UCSD 3, Cal Poly Pomona 0

CCAA STANDINGS
(through 10/2)
North Division
1. Sonoma State: 6-0, 12-3
2. Cal State East Bay: 4-2, 10-4
3. Cal State Monterey Bay: 3-4, 9-6
4. Chico State: 2-4, 8-8
T-5. San Francisco State: 1-5, 5-9
T-5. Humboldt State: 1-5, 2-10
7. Stanislaus State: 0-6, 0-14

South Division
1. Cal State LA: 4-0, 8-4
2. Cal State San Bernardino: 5-1, 9-5
3. UC San Diego: 4-1, 10-3
4. Cal State San Marcos: 3-2, 6-7
5. Cal State Dominguez Hills: 2-2, 6-7
6. Cal Poly Pomona: 2-4, 6-8

STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
UC San Diego Statistics
CCAA Statistics
NCAA Statistics

THE REIS CUP
The fifth annual Reis Cup takes place on Friday, Oct. 13 as UC San Diego hosts Cal Poly Pomona at RIMAC Arena (7 p.m.). The event is named after former Triton volleyball player Karen Reis, who passed away tragically in 2012. UCSD is 3-1 in Reis Cup matches.
9/24/16: UCSD 3, Cal State San Marcos 1
9/22/15: Cal State San Bernardino 3, UCSD 1
10/10/14: UCSD 3, Cal State Monterey Bay 0
10/11/13: UCSD 3, Cal State East Bay 1

DIG FOR A CURE
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the UC San Diego women's volleyball team will be hosting its annual Dig for a Cure match on Friday, Oct. 13 when it hosts Cal Poly Pomona (7 p.m.). Every California Collegiate Athletic Association school will be hosting a Dig for a Cure match this season in order to raise awareness of the disease.

THE RIGHT STUFF
The Tritons have out-blocked their opponent in eight of 13 matches and have totaled at least 10 stuffs on six occasions. Nationally, they rank 14th with 2.39 blocks per set.

TEAM PLAYER
Amanda Colla was selected to the all-tournament team at both tourneys that UCSD has competed at this season. Over four matches at Western Washington's D2 West Region Volleyball Showcase, she averaged 4.0 points, 3.5 kills, and 4.2 digs and recorded a double-double in every contest. Colla registered a career-best 22.0 points vs. Concordia (Ore.) and equaled career-highs with 19 kills and five blocks in that match. Colla was named to the all-tournament team at Point Loma's Seaside Invitational as well. There, she averaged 3.9 points, 3.3 kills, and 3.5 digs with five aces and seven blocks over four contests. She had 20.5 points in a five-set win over No. 4 Alaska Anchorage.

ON THE DOUBLE
Through 13 matches, four Tritons have produced a total of 16 double-doubles.
• Amanda Colla (9)
9/30 at Cal Poly Pomona (11k, 25d)
9/22 vs. Stanislaus State (15k, 10d)
9/16 vs. Cal State San Marcos (13k, 20d)
9/9 at Central Washington (10k, 21d)
9/8 vs. Dixie State (12k, 17d)
9/8 vs. Azusa Pacific (11k, 11d)
9/7 vs. Concordia (Ore.) (19k, 14d)
9/2 vs. Simon Fraser (18k, 14d)
9/1 vs. Alaska Anchorage (18k, 11d)

• Molly Dalziel (3)
9/16 vs. Cal State San Marcos (10k, 14d)
9/8 vs. Azusa Pacific (11k, 14d)
9/7 vs. Concordia (Ore.) (10k, 11d)

• Mary Bagshaw (2)
9/7 vs. Concordia (Ore.) (41a, 16d)
9/2 vs. Point Loma (38a, 12d)

• Marie Paris (2)
9/9 at Central Washington (30a, 16d)
9/8 vs. Dixie State (35a, 12d)

AVCA NATIONAL POLL
(Oct. 2)
1. Southwest Minnesota State
2. Concordia-St. Paul
3. Lewis
4. Palm Beach Atlantic
5. California Baptist
6. Minnesota Duluth
7. Ferris State
8. Central Oklahoma
9. Nebraska-Kearney
10. Regis
11. Western Washington
12. Northwest Nazarene
13. Northern State
14. Winona State
15. Tarleton State
16. Angelo State
17. Augustana
18. Arkansas Tech
19. Saint Leo
20. Central Missouri
21. Wayne State
22. Colorado School of Mines
23. Cal State San Bernardino
24. Azusa Pacific
25. Findlay

UCSD IN THE AVCA NATIONAL POLL
• Oct. 2: Receiving Votes
• Sept. 25: Receiving Votes
• Sept. 18: Receiving Votes
• Sept. 11: Receiving Votes
• Sept. 4: Receiving Votes
• Preseason: Not Ranked

ROSTER BREAKDOWN
Starters Returning (5)
Jessyca Beksa (So., OH): 3.2 p/s, 2.7 k/s, 1.2 d/s, 0.5 b/s, 25 aces
Amanda Colla (Sr., OH): 1.9 p/s, 1.6 k/s, 3.0 d/s
Kayla Evans (Jr., DS): 5.7 a/s, 2.4 d/s, 27 aces
Jessica Rieble (So., MB): 2.2 p/s, 1.5 k/s, .231 attack %, 1.2 b/s,
Rebecca Seaberry (Sr., MB): 2.3 p/s, 1.7 k/s, .242 attack %, 1.0 b/s

Starters Lost (1)
Meagan Wright (OH/MB): First Team All-CCAA, 4.2 p/s, 3.8 k/s, .220 attack %, 3.6 d/s, 0.5 b/s

Primary Liberos Returning (1)
Lindsey Chun (So.): 4.2 d/s, 18 aces

Other Letterwinners Returning (7)
Molly Dalziel (Jr., OH)
Emily Kimball (So., OPP)
Morgan Kissick (Jr., OH/OPP)
Rachel Linden (Sr., S)
Marie Paris (So., S)
Alyson Penrose (So., L)
Allison Tiegs (Jr., MB)

Newcomers (3)
Mary Bagshaw (Fr., S)
Micah Hammond (Jr., MB)
Julia Jackson (Fr., MB)

2016 REWIND
• Overall: 13-13
• CCAA/Finish: 10-7/2nd in South Division
• Home: 6-6
• Away: 5-5
• Neutral: 2-2
• Postseason: CCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist
• Points Leader: Meagan Wright, 4.2
• Kills Leader: Meagan Wright, 3.8
• Attack Percentage Leader: Rebecca Seaberry, .242
• Assists Leader: Kayla Evans, 5.7
• Service Aces Leader: Kayla Evans, 0.3
• Digs Leader: Lindsey Chun, 4.2
• Blocks Leader: Jessica Rieble, 1.2

2017 CCAA PRESEASON POLL
North Division
1. Sonoma State
2. Chico State
3. Cal State East Bay
4. Stanislaus State
5. Cal State Monterey Bay
6. Humboldt State
7. San Francisco State

South Division
1. Cal State San Bernardino
2. UC San Diego
3. Cal State LA
4. Cal State San Marcos
5. Cal Poly Pomona
6. Cal State Dominguez Hills

THE CCAA TOURNAMENT
The 2017 CCAA Tournament is set for Nov. 16-18 at San Francisco State. The league's top eight teams will battle it out for an automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament. Sonoma State won the 2015 title, while Cal State San Bernardino earned it in 2016. Click here for complete info about the 2017 conference tourney.

HEAD COACH RICCI LUYTIES
Now in his eighth season leading the Tritons, Ricci Luyties holds a 144-72 (.667) overall record and a 104-48 (.684) mark in CCAA matches during his tenure at UC San Diego. Four times Luyties has paced UCSD to at least 20 victories, which includes an impressive 26-6 (.813) campaign in 2013. The Tritons have qualified for NCAA postseason play five times under Luyties, reaching the regional semifinals in four of those years. In 2010 and again in 2013, UC San Diego climbed as high as No. 8 in the national rankings. Prior to coming to La Jolla, Luyties was head coach at Southern Mississippi for six seasons. As a setter at UCLA, Luyties helped lead the Bruins to four consecutive national championships. He was named the NCAA's Most Valuable Player twice and was inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame. At the international level, Luyties, alongside Karch Kiraly and Steve Timmons, won a gold medal at the 1988 Olympics. He also played on the beach for 12 years, competing on the AVP Tour and FIVB World Tour with partners such as Kiraly and Adam Johnson.

McFARLAND A FINALIST FOR SO. CAL INDOOR HALL OF FAME
Former UC San Diego coach Duncan McFarland is one of 27 finalists for induction into the Southern California Indoor Volleyball Hall of Fame in 2018. McFarland, who coached the Triton women's program from 1996-2004, won an NCAA Division III national title in 1997. He led UCSD into the NCAA postseason every year, with the team finishing as national runner-up in 1998. The Tritons were national semifinalists in 2001 and quarterfinalists in 1996 and 1999. As a player at San Diego State, McFarland led the Aztecs to a national championship in 1973 and was named the NCAA's Most Valuable Player. He won three USVBA national titles and was a key player on the U.S. National Team from 1969-1975. The 15-member Hall of Fame class will be inducted in May. In 2017, current UC San Diego head coach Ricci Luyties was in the inaugural induction class.

GEAR UP
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FOR THE YOUNGER CROWD
Got some young Triton fans in your family? If they are eighth grade or under, check out the Junior Triton Club. Membership includes a free t-shirt, admission to over 100 UCSD home athletic events, and much more!

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UP NEXT
UC San Diego has a busy week at RIMAC Arena, hosting three matches. On Oct. 10, the Tritons entertain Cal State Dominguez Hills, followed by Cal Poly Pomona on Oct. 13 and Cal State San Bernardino on Oct. 14. All three contests are set for a 7 p.m. first serve.

#AllForOne

Friday, October 27
W Volleyball vs. Cal State Monterey Bay
7:00 PM
UC San Diego
Saturday, October 28
W Volleyball vs. Cal State East Bay
7:00 PM
UC San Diego
Saturday, November 04
W Volleyball at Cal State San Marcos
7:00 PM
San Marcos
Friday, November 10
W Volleyball at Cal State Dominguez Hills
7:00 PM
Carson
Saturday, November 11
W Volleyball at Cal State L.A.
7:00 PM
Los Angeles
Thursday, November 16
W Volleyball at CCAA Tournament
TBA
San Francisco
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