"We had great preparation for this match, and our intensity really showed on the court from the beginning," said Eberts, who is playing his first year of volleyball for the Chargers. "I think that quick start helped us set the tone. I was expecting five intense games, but we just continued to play solid the next two games to get the sweep."
Redondo jumped out to a 9-5 lead in game No. 2, but Edison rallied to tie the score at 11-11. The Seahawks were looking to pull away when they took a 17-14 lead, but Edison called a timeout and then got a kill from senior outside hitter Tim Golden, a net violation by the Seahawks and a kill by Phil Darin, to forge a 17-17 tie. The score was tied four more times before Redondo stood at game-point, holding a 24-23 lead. But the Seahawks' were unable to sew up the game, as middle blocker Chris Roche was wide on a kill attempt.