The No. 6 BYU mens volleyball team played a suspenseful five set win over No. 5 Stanford on Friday night in California. With the match going back and forth throughout, it was ultimately a team effort from BYU that led to the victory.
The cardinal was not so accomadating on Saturday, and beat BYU in straight sets. The major difference was the lack of multiple dominant performaces from the BYU players. Futi Tavana was the only cougar with dounle digit kills.
Stanford simply dominated from the first serve and never let up. BYU also shot themselves in the foot throughout the match which prevented them from ever really catching up.
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