Although Cerro Coso Community College women’s volleyball had its 2018 season come to an end on Friday night with a loss to Fresno City College, there was plenty to be happy about this season and much more to get excited about with the future of the program.
The Lady Coyotes were simply overmatched by powerhouse Fresno City, which won an eye-opening 12th consecutive Central Valley Conference title at home on Friday night and finished the regular season with a perfect 18-0 record in CVC play.
It was a loss in three straight sets for the Lady Coyotes, as they fell by scores of 15-25, 12-25, and 17-25 to the Rams.
After only one single win in 2016 and a 9-18 record in 2017, the Lady Coyotes volleyball program improved yet again under head coach Kim Young and finished 2018 at 14-10 overall and a very respectable 10-8 mark in Central Valley Conference games.
However, after starting off CVC play as one of the conference’s top teams at 6-1, the Lady Coyotes came back down to Earth a bit and went just 4-7 over the final 11 games of their 2018 season.
Regardless, the future looks quite bright for a program that continues to make big strides in very competitive Central Valley Conference.