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Recap: USC women's volleyball upsets No. 12 Washington in comeback victory

Women's Volleyball
Nov 1, 2019
Pac-12 Networks' Rich Burk and Holly McPeak recap a thriller from Seattle as USC women's volleyball upsets No. 12 Washington in five sets on Friday night. Down 20-15 in the fourth set on Pac-12 Network, The Women of Troy scored seven-straight unanswered points to take a 22-20 advantage. Ultimately the Trojans went onto win the final two sets for the come-from-behind victory. Khalia Lanier powered the Trojans' offense with a career-high 33 kills. Lanier on the evening also finished second on the team in digs with 10, behind only Raegan LeGrand who tallied 12. The victory places the Trojans into a four-team tie for third place at 7-4 with the end of conference play looming. The Huskies are now 1-2 in their previous three matches and have stumbled into the third-place mix with nine league games remaining.