Hess recorded 19 kills in the team’s upset of the No. 24 Loyola Marymount University Lions.
How did it feel to pull off the upset?
We knew we were going to have to work hard in order to compete with them and that is exactly what we did. Being able to come away with a win over a ranked team on their home court is an amazing feeling.
How did you approach the fifth set?
Between games four and five we all got together and we just agreed we had to go all out. We had nothing to lose at that point and as long as we continued to play how we were with the energy on the court and from the bench we could come out with a win.