Women’s Volleyball (12-3)
Coming off a loss to Santa Ana College on Oct. 7, Pirates bounced back this week by sweeping both of their opponents.
Coast’s sophomore outside hitter Brisa Zapata-Reaves finished Friday’s matchup with 10 kills, two blocks and a service point. Freshman outside hitter Rose Whitter had nine kills and a service point. Six of Whitter’s kills were in the third set of Friday’s game.
OCC will look to keep the winning streak going on the road against Santiago Canyon College on Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Women’s Soccer (9-2-2)
Orange Coast will look to get back in the win column on the road against Fullerton College on Monday at 3 p.m.
Men’s Soccer (5-7)
The Pirates were unable to claim a victory in their matchup against Cypress College on Friday. The final score of the game was 3-1.
Three different Chargers scored goals in Monday’s game.
OCC sophomore defender Jared Velazquez scored the only goal for the Pirates.
The Pirates will look to bounce back against Fullerton College on Monday at 3 p.m.
Women’s Water Polo (16-2)
Against the Chargers at home on Wednesday, the Pirates won 14-5 in a rout of their last place conference rival.
On Saturday, Coast defeated West Valley 9-6 at the Long Beach Mini Tournament. Sophomore utility Destiny Hernandez led the team in scoring with four goals.
Men's Water Polo (10-9)
On Saturday, Coast suffered a 16-9 loss to West Valley College at the Long Beach Mini Tournament.
Next week, the Pirates will face Golden West College at home on Wednesday in a matchup between the second- and third-place teams in the Orange Empire Conference.
The Pirates suffered a 31-6 loss to undefeated Citrus College at home on Saturday in their first conference game of the season. Freshman outside linebacker Jake Hall had a stellar performance in the loss with 12 tackles, four of them for loss, two sacks and an interception.
The Pirates will next face Glendale College at home on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Coast placed fourth as a team on Wednesday in Orange Empire Conference play at the Cottonwood Golf Club at Cuyamaca College. Sophomore Meah Collins and sophomore Emma Ashcraft put in the two best performances for OCC with cards of 83 and 84, respectively. The Pirates will continue OEC play on Wednesday at a neutral site in Rancho San Joaquin.