UCLA assistant reacts to sweep of No. 8/9 Grand Canyon

UCLA assistant coach Spencer McLachlin

No. 1/2 UCLA improved to 11-2 on the year and 3-0 in MPSF play as they swept No. 8/9 Grand Canyon, 25-14, 25-19, 25-21, in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday night. The Bruins used an efficient, yet strong service game (six aces versus six service errors) to lead them to a season-high 14 blocks in the win. UCLA outhit Grand Canyon, .403 to .172, marking the fifth time the Bruins hit over. 400 in a match this year. Individually, middle attacker Guy Genis had a career-high seven blocks, while opposite Kevin Kobrine chipped in with nine kills and three aces. For the Lopes, outside attackers Camden Gianni and Christian Janke combined for 30 of Grand Canyon’s 38 kills. Check out the post-match interview with UCLA men’s volleyball assistant coach, Spencer McLachlin, as conducted by associate editor Jonathan Bates.