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NCAA M: Long Beach State’s streak snapped

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Second-ranked Long Beach State saw its season-long eight-match win streak snapped with a 25-21, 25-21, 27-25 loss at No. 4 Pepperdine on Thursday evening at Firestone Fieldhouse. LBSU, which had hit at least .300 in each of its previous five outings, had an uncharacteristic night offensively as it was held to a season-low .184 attack percentage.


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Senior Taylor Crabb recorded a team-high 11 kills to go along with six digs, but was limited to a .182 hitting percentage. It was the first time all season a team was able to keep him under .200 and it was just the third time in 20 matches that he has hit below .300.

Senior Dalton Ammerman had nine kills (.061), eight digs and five blocks, while classmate Ian Satterfield chipped in eight kills (.312) and five digs.

The 49er middles, Jeff Ornee and Taylor Gregory, were very efficient, combining for 10 kills and just two errors on 18 attempts. Gregory added a match-high seven blocks. Senior Connor Olbright also registered his fourth double-double of the year with 34 assists and 11 digs.


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