Photo by Bruce Jacobsen
PALM DESERT - At times the Marauder women's volleyball team looks like a legitimate contender. Other times it is still looking for its identity.
The Marauders lost their second match in a row at the hands of College of the Desert, 25-14, 25-19, 15-25, 25-19, Friday evening on the campus of COD.
"I think we gave it our all. We really came together as one unit even though we lost we trusted each other like a big family and improved a lot from Wednesday's game (a loss against Rio Hondo College)," AVC setter Taylor Williams said. "We lost together as a team, instead of losing as individuals."
The Marauders (1-2) showed signs of dominance, which was evident after easily winning the third set and getting back into the match. The fourth set was tight, unfortunately for AVC, the Roadrunners (2-3) were able to hold on.