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26 Conference Championships | 17 State Appearances | 9 Time State Finalist | 4 State Championships


October 7, 2015

No. 6 Warriors Down LA Trade-Tech in Straight Sets; Extend Streak to 23


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LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The El Camino College women's volleyball team (12-2, 2-0 SCC) extended its conference winning streak to 23 with a dominant sweep of LA Trade-Tech (0-6, 0-2 SCC) on Wednesday evening. Set scores were 25-5, 25-5, 25-12.

Sophomore outside hitter Nickeisha Williams (Narbonne HS) recorded the team's only double-double with 10 kills and 10 digs, while sophomore libero Brooke Russell (South HS) tallied a match-high 16 digs with a pair of aces.

The Warriors face No. 21 Pasadena City on Friday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. at home in the South Gym


October 2, 2015

No. 4 Volleyball Opens Conference Play with Sweep of East LA


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TORRANCE, Calif. - Sophomore middle blocker Jewel Yandall (Narbonne HS) paced all hitters with nine kills as the No. 4 Warriors (11-2, 1-0 SCC) cruised to a sweep (25-17, 25-12, 26-24) of East LA (5-7 0-1 SCC) on Friday evening to open up conference play.

Yandall also added three aces to the team's 15 ace outing. Freshman opposite Taylor Brydon (South HS) counted a match-high five aces and tallied eight kills. Sophomore outside hitter Nickeisha Williams (Narbonne HS) provided the most complete all-around game for ECC with eight kills, nine digs, an ace and a block.

Volleyball heads to LA Trade Tech next for a mid-week contest at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7.


September 28, 2015

Warriors Continue Rise in the Polls


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TORRANCE, Calif. - Despite an extended break, the El Camino College women's volleyball team rose another spot in the polls to No. 4, announced Monday.

The team returns to play against conference foe, East Los Angeles, on Friday, Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. in the South Gym.


September 21, 2015

Women's Volleyball Moves Up One Spot in the Rankings


TORRANCE, Calif. - After avenging a four-set loss to Cypress with a sweep on Wednesday, the El Camino College women's volleyball team moved up one spot to No. 5 in the California Community College Women's Volleyball Coaches Association Rankings, announced Monday.

The team returns to play against conference foe, East Los Angeles, on Friday, Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. in the South Gym.


September 16, 2015

No. 6 Women's Volleyball Upends No. 5 Cypress in Straight Sets 

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TORRANCE, Calif. - After coming up short only three days before, the No. 6 El Camino College women’s volleyball team evened out the season series by upsetting No. 5 Cypress College in three sets (25-20, 25-21, 25-20) on Wednesday evening.
The Warriors are 7-0 in three-set matches this season, including both home wins. El Camino College improves to 10-2, while Cypress College falls to 6-4.
Sophomore outside hitter Kezia Boyer (Lithia Spring HS) paced the Warrior offense and defense with an 11 kill and 12 dig performance. Sophomore outside hitter Nickeisha Williams (Narbonne HS) tacked on the team’s only other double-digit kill performance, adding 10. 
At the net, sophomore middle blocker Nia Masui (South HS) tallied a match-high five blocks. And freshman setter Nina Wyer (South HS) counted 25 assists on the team’s 41 kills, splitting time during the first set before directing the offense for the final two sets.
The Warriors have an extended break from competition before returning to action on Friday, Oct. 2, hosting conference opponent, East Los Angeles at 6 p.m. in the South Gym.


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El Camino Volleyball has a great tradition of building winners. We work hard and play hard. The team has a great time together and it shows on the court. We play the best teams in the state. We see teams from throughout California, playing in tournaments during the season. We incorporate the expertise of our athletic training staff to maximize physical improvement throughout the year.




The Warriors defeated Golden West College to capture the 2007 State Championship. This marked the first volleyball championship since 1983. On a side note, head coach LeValley Pattison was the starting setter for the Warriors and tournament MVP for then head coach Charlene Zartman. Setter Sam Taylor was voted tournament MVP and fellow Warriors Marcella Hernandez, Lauren Simmons and Karina Wohrstein were named to the All Tournament Team. Full details are available at and Youtube.

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 Last Published 10/9/15