Day, Flint Find Success on Sand

Current volunteer assistant coach Betsi Flint and former LMU volleyball standout Emily Day both found success on the sand in the last week, with Day most recently winning the AVP Manhattan Beach Open.

Day, teamed with Brittany Hochevar and playing as the six seed in the tournament, clinched the Manhattan Beach Open title with a 21-16, 19-21, 19-17 win over top-seeded Lane Carico and Summer Ross.

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Hochevar, Day have their moment in sun at AVP Manhattan Beach

Playing on the NORCECA Continental Tour, Flint and her partner, Kelley Larsen, earned their fourth medal of the year and second silver. In their fourth NORCECA event of the year, Flint and Larsen opened the weekend with a 2-1 record in pool play. In the quarterfinals, the duo faced USA's Skylar Caputo and Corinne Quiggle, beating them 21-23, 21-12, 18-16. In the semifinals, Flint/Larsen topped Canada's Brandi Wilkerson/Julie Gordon in two, 21-18, 21-17, setting up the gold medal match against the host country. It marked Flint and Larsen's third trip to the gold medal match this season, this time for a consecutive silver medal after falling to Cuba's Yanisleidis Sanchez/Lidiannis Echeverria, 13-21, 21-19, 15-10.

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Two U.S. teams reach podium at NORCECA Varadero

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