“We kept playing to the other team’s level,” senior Megan Strain said. “We didn’t do anything we’ve worked hard to do. Right now we’re playing as individuals and not as a team and that is what we need to fix.”
The first game was a 26-24 victory for the Bruins but they were unable to keep the momentum and lost game two 21-25.
Both games two and three were close with the Bruins leading for the first half, but then the momentum would shift and they lost. The final game was a 16-25 loss with the Bruins falling apart.
The Bruins will have a shot at redemption on Tuesday when they host the Bulldogs of Sutherlin. That game is set to begin at 6 p.m.