The West Hills College Coalinga Falcons continued their strong home court advantage with a 3-0 sweep (25-15, 25-20, 25-22) over visiting Columbia College on Wednesday night.
WHCC improved to 5-8 in the Central Valley Conference and 7-11 overall.
The Falcons are 4-3 at home this season - winning four of their last five in Coalinga.
Freshman setter Isabella Galang tallied her most assists in a three-set match with 23 to lead the team. She also added nine digs.
WHCC controlled much of the match, although Columbia led the second set, 20-18, and in the third, 23-22.
"We did a good job of bouncing back in those tough situations," said Falcons head coach Jeff Wanderer.
"It was great to see us persevere and stay focused. I thought we improved with our serving and kept the ball in alive with much better passing."
Sophomore setter Taylor Ramos added 15 assists and six digs; and sophomore libero Emilee Degunya led the team with 17 digs and had four of the Falcons' 13 aces. Sophomore libero Carissa Plascencia recorded a team-high five aces, along with her six digs.
UP NEXT: WHCC will play at Merced on Friday at 6 p.m.