"We made some crucial, crucial errors," Ybarra said. "You can't miss a serve on game point. That was ridiculous, we had that game."
The third game was another rollercoaster ride, featuring 11 ties and four lead changes. Both teams were tied at 11 before Glendale took a slight advantage, 15-13. The Brahmas tied it at 18 before taking a lead they never relinquished en route to a 25-23 victory to clinch the sweep.
Sakurako Fujii had a match high 12 kills for Pierce. Ban and Boykin both had 10 kills for the Brahmas. Racquel Valenzuela had a team-high 27 digs for Glendale.