Video: Patch powers No. 4/4 BYU past No. 2/2 UCLA for series sweep

All-American opposite Ben Patch had a match-high 13 kills on a .458 attack percentage as No. 4/4 BYU beat No. 2/2 UCLA 25-13, 25-23, 31-29 on Saturday in Provo, Utah, to complete the two-match series sweep.


BYU had more than a .400 attack percentage in all three games and out-hit UCLA .420 to .198. In addition, the Cougars committed eight attack errors throughout the entire match — 13 fewer errors than the Bruins.

Patch was one of three BYU players with more than five kills in the victory. All-American outside attacker Jake Langlois had 11 kills on a .556 attack percentage, while middle attacker Price Jarman added eight kills and hit .800.

Check out the video highlights of the conference match filmed by Off the Block special contributor Jonathan Bates.