No. 12 CSUN pulled off an upset of No. 8/8 UC Irvine in #CincoSets on Friday night in Northridge, California by winning the final game, 22-20. This was the Matadors’ first conference win on the year, who have been struggling to find production out of their opposites. Tonight, their opposites combined for 9 kills and 10 errors on 28 attempts. Outside attacker Dimitar Kalchev had 22 kills to pace CSUN. The CSUN middle attackers combined for 24 kills on 35 errorless swings. Check out the post-match interview with CSUN assistant coach Theo Edwards as conducted by associate editor Jonathan Bates.