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Michelle Smith, of Santa Monica College, makes a kill against West Los Angeles during the first set to launch the Corsairs to a 24-17 lead at home Wednesday night.
Photo by Roger Morante
Michelle Smith, of Santa Monica College, makes a kill against West Los Angeles during the first set to launch the Corsairs to a 24-17 lead at home Wednesday night.

Sports, Santa Monica College, Volleyball, Santa Monica, Smc, Women

SMC Wins League Volleyball Match Against Wildcats

Lauren Rosell of Santa Monica College makes a kill against the defense of West Los Angeles College during the first set to put the Corsairs up 6-4.
Photo by Roger Morante
Lauren Rosell of Santa Monica College makes a kill against the defense of West Los Angeles College during the first set to put the Corsairs up 6-4.
Santa Monica College libero Jane Siri makes a save during the first set against West Los Angeles College at home Wednesday night.
Photo by Roger Morante
Santa Monica College libero Jane Siri makes a save during the first set against West Los Angeles College at home Wednesday night.

Posted Oct. 11, 2012, 12:00 pm

Mirror Staff

Santa Monica College (5-6) Women's Volleyball team won a league match against West Los Angeles College (0-4) at home Wednesday night showcasing an impressive display of kills and ball control to advance their Western State South Conference winning tally to 2-1.

The Corsairs are currently third in the Western State South Conference after beating Glendale (0-10) and West Los Angeles in league matches this October with L.A. Pierce (17-0) and Canyons (8-7) holding on to first and second place.

Outside hitters Michelle Smith and Lauren Rossell led a strong display of kills against the Wildcat defense to slap down West Los Angeles in three of four matches with the first match dictating the evening with a point score of 25-17.

Libero Jane Siri also had a good game and could be seen upping her leadership and coordination skills on the volleyball court.

Next game for the Corsairs is away against defending state champions L.A. Pierce Friday, Oct. 12 at 7:00 p.m.

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