UA travels to Pacific Northwest to face UO, OSU
Prior to last Friday's record breaking match against Stanford, there was one Wildcat sitting alone on the bench focusing, while the rest of her team was all smiles on the court warming up - sophomore middle blocker Stefani Saragosa.
"I've always been really intense," Saragosa said. "I know before games I get extremely nervous, and it's almost an excited nervous. It's like, let's get it on."
Not only did the No. 7 Wildcats defeat Stanford and California last weekend in dominating fashion, they broke a school record with 11 consecutive victories.
Although Saragosa, who is second in the Pacific 10 Conference with a .416 attacking percentage, finished the Stanford game with only seven kills, it was the fashion in which she got them that was impressive.