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Women’s Volleyball at Cal Poly Pomona

September 7, 2011

Last weekend I shot an NCAA women’s volleyball tournament at Cal Poly Pomona.

Here are a few of my favorites from the weekend.

The ladies of Dixie State were so fun to shoot. Not only did they have great uniforms but they would have some great celebrations after some of their points.

This was literally my first shutter click of the day. I was up on the rafters when I took this picture of Cal Baptist’s Andrea Csaszi warming up before Cal Baptist’s first match of the weekend.

Here’s another one I shot up top of Anderson University players trying to sneak one by Cal Poly Pomona’s Lauren Jones and Kristin McNeese. Not your traditional volleyball shot (or crop) but I love how everyone is focusing so intently on the ball.

One thing that amazed me was how tall and athletic these girls are. Cal Poly’s Karissa Lagmay dinking one over Anderson University’s Natalie Perez.

Here’s Cal Baptist’s Andrea Csaszi in midair against San Francisco State University. I didn’t crop this one tight as I wanted to give the viewer some perspective on how athletic these women are.

For those of you that care about these sorts of things, all of these photos were taken with a Canon 7D with a 70-200 f2.8L II except for the first and last photos which were taken with a Canon 5D MII with a 24-70 f2.8 L.

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