Block party

Vancouver Island University Mariners women’s volleyball setter Dani Smith, left, and middle blocker Jacqueline Doleman put up a block

Vancouver Island University Mariners women’s volleyball setter Dani Smith

Vancouver Island University Mariners women’s volleyball setter Dani Smith, left, and middle blocker Jacqueline Doleman put up a block against a Columbia Bible College attacker at VIU Saturday.

The M’s women won in five sets on Friday and Saturday.

The Mariners men made it a VIU volleyball sweep, with 3-1 Saturday victory following a three-set sweep of CBC Friday.

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