Senior middle blocker Megan Plourde had five kills and a block in CSU’s 25 18 win in the first set. The Rams hit .367 in the set.
CSU scored 16 of the last 22 points in set two to transform a 9-9 tie into a 25-15 win. Nevada only hit .059 in the set due to six CSU blocks.
The Rams ended the third set on a 10-2 and ultimately won it 25-16.
Senior outside hitter Dana Cranston lead the team with 12 kills and a .435 hitting percentage.