McCann tallied 15 kills on 24 attempts while committing just one error. She led the Warriors with a .583 attack percentage. Turner connected for 11 kills on a .429 attack percentage – the same percentage as Sydney Striff who notched eight kills. Madison Serrano added another nine kills to the Warriors’ cause.
The first set was closely contested with the Golden Eagles rallying to claim a 27-25 win. However, the Warriors rebounded with a 25-19 win in the second set and take control of the momentum.
The Warriors kept that momentum through the next two set, winning each by scores of 25-15.
Westmont will take the rest of the week off and return to action on Tuesday, October 22 when they host non-conference opponent Cal State San Marcos at 5:00 p.m. in Murchison Gymnasium.