Boooo! We lost on yesterday in four. As most times after coming from behind and winning the first set, I was sure that we were ready, in the right frame of mind, filled with spirit and will to win the match….BUT we ended up losing in four. Ultimately too many errors from our side and they out blocked us. Well, our team seems to play with more confidence at home, which is a good thing since we have to win in order to stay in it. But it makes it difficult to have any different results from the last when we have to play the final match at Perugia. I was reminiscing with a fellow Long Beach State Alumni, Antoinette White, about how much pride we had each time we stepped on the court. It didn’t matter the gym. We claimed every gym we walked in and played in it as if it were our own. Didn’t matter the crowd, we played to silence them. Or the officiating, to the best of our abilities we wouldn’t let the game become so close where the officiating would make a difference…. Well, first thing win at home on Saturday.



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  1. Silvia (Torino)

    Yes Dani fortunately the next match will be at home and I hope that fans will help the team to win the gara 2. I think that Perugia is absolutely not stronger than you. The most important thing is that the team makes less errors.
    See you on saturday.

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