Women’s Regional Results

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The NCCVL Women completed its Regional event over the weekend.  At the Regional event, all Division I South teams square off against each other and all Division I North teams play each other.   Similarly, all Division II teams play each squad from their respective region.  UC Davis went 4-0 in Division I North, Santa Clara and Cal Poly both went 3-1 in Division I South, UC Davis II went 3-0 in Division II North, and Cal Poly II went 3-0 in Division II South. Division I for the women in Southern California also completed a regional event.  UC Irvine went 4-0 in the South while UCSB went 4-0 in the North.  In Division II South, Point Loma and Fullerton finished 3-1.  The full results for the NCCVL-W are below. 2013 NCCVL Women South Regional Results 2013 NCCVL Women North Regional Results  


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