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Women’s volleyball will be road tested

A team of Palomar volleyball players touch each other hands during a huddle.
Oct. 2, 2013, San Marcos, Calif.| Palomar Comets huddle up before their match against Grossmont College, Wednesday afternoon at The Dome. (Yolanda Granados/The Telescope)

The Palomar women’s volleyball team will be ‘road warriors’ for almost half the season.

From the end of August to Oct. 3, Palomar only hosts one game, a non-conference game against Irvine Valley College on Sept. 10 at the Dome.

Although there are nine new players on the team this year, head coach Karl Seiler has big ideas set for them.

“We have the goals of winning our conference and going to the state playoffs,” Seiler said in an interview via email. “Even though these are huge dreams, if we can find the right rhythm, we do have the right players to go the distance.”

On top of the nine freshman, Palomar does have five returning players, including all-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference middle blocker Maci Lerno. Last year’s team went 12-11 overall, with an 8-6 conference record.



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Women’s volleyball will be road tested