For the second consecutive season, the Coyote volleyball team has been apart of an undefeated season.
The last time the Coyotes lost a match at home was in the beginning of the 2015 season as they took on UC San Diego and fell 3-1.
Their current home win streak began on Sept. 25, 2015, and is now up to 29 wins.
The team earned home win number 28 on Nov. 3 as they beat CSU Los Angeles in a four-set match.
Before the game, members of the team honored faculty members on the court. Faculty members included Dr. Sang Ouk Wee, Dr. Becky Talyn, Dr. Mary Fong, Dr. Dwight Sweeney, Erendy Torres, Emily Haddad, Kudra Dhaliwal, Dr. Codi Lazar, Dr. Angie Verissimo, Stephanie Creswell and Dr. Paul Vicknair.
The Coyotes scored first to start off set one, but from then on it was a back and forth battle between them and the Los Angeles Golden Eagles. The Coyotes were up 23-22 when they scored two in a row to get the win on a block by Lydia Morohunfola.
Set two started in favor of the Coyotes again, as they scored two points to start the set.
They never scored in the set, at one point scoring five times in a row. After allowing LA to score two, they went on to score six in a row to take an 18-7 lead.
Set three was the only set the Coyotes lost at home all season. As with set one, it was very close throughout.
The Golden Eagles took an early lead, but the Coyotes scored five in a row to tie the score at 11. After LA broke the tie, the score continued going back and forth, point for point.
CSUSB took a 22-21 lead, but the Golden Eagles quickly tied the score again before scoring three unanswered points that would give them the third set win.
Set four started in the similar back and forth fashion, but the Coyotes began scoring multiple points for every point that LA scored. They quickly got to 21 points before the Golden Eagles made it to 12.
They quickly wrapped up the rest of the set, making the final score 25-14.
The win gave the Coyotes an overall record of 16-7 and a CCAA record of 12-3. The loss pushed LA to 12-10 overall and 8-6 in the CCAA.
The team earned win 29 on Nov. 4 as well as celebrated the four seniors: Lauren Nicholson, Morgan Lyneis, Amanda Reifer and Kelsey Osgood, in a pre-game ceremony before taking on CSU Dominguez Hills.
Head coach Kim Cherniss modified her lineup to give more playing time to the seniors in their final home game as Coyotes. They all worked hard with their fellow teammates and took the match in three sets.
The Coyotes and Toros tied at five early in set one before CSUSB went on to score six straight points. They led throughout the entire set and won 25-15 on a kill by Sascha Dominique.
Both teams were evenly matched in set two until the Coyotes scored six straight after trailing 16-14. They got the win on a kill by Nicholson.
In the third and final set at Coussoulis arena this season, the Coyotes trailed early. Eventually, they battled their way back, tying up the score multiple times.
The teams tied at 21 and then the Coyotes scored three to take a 24-21 lead. They got the win on a service error by the Toros.
The win moved CSUSB to 17-7 overall and 13-3 in the CCAA. The loss put Dominguez Hills at 12-12 overall and 8-7 in the CCAA.
The Coyotes will play one last regular season game on Nov. 10 at Humboldt State before advancing to the CCAA playoffs.