GREG SAKAKI/The News Bulletin VIU Mariners player Braydon Brouwer wins a joust play at the net during a PacWest match against the Douglas Royals earlier this month at the Vancouver Island University gym.

Volleyball teams want to end fall the right way

VIU Mariners end off the PacWest fall semester with a home match against Camosun

Vancouver Island University’s volleyball teams will go into the break with highly anticipated matchups.

The VIU Mariners end off the PacWest’s fall semester this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 23-24, with a home-and-home Island rivalry series against the Camosun Chargers.

The teams meet in Victoria on Friday, then play a rematch in Nanaimo the next night.

VIU’s women’s team (10-0), ranked No. 1 in Canada, will be looking to protect its record and ranking against Camosun (7-3). Meanwhile, in men’s action, both Mariners (8-2) and the Chargers (8-2) will be looking to get a leg up in the standings.

GAME ON … The VIU and Camosun women play Saturday, Nov. 24, at 5 p.m. with the men’s match to follow at 7 p.m. at the VIU gym.

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