The Columbia College volleyball team played against the Harris Stowe University Hornets on Monday at Southwell Complex. The Cougars ran a quick game, winning 25-9, 25-9, and 25-11.
An interesting addition to the game was the stands of cardboard cutouts meant to replace the regular volleyball fans. Columbia College now holds a 6-1 record, with their next game scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 22.
Cardboard cutouts replace fans on Monday at Southwell Complex.
The Columbia College volleyball team stands for the national anthem on Monday at Southwell Complex.
Columbia College sophomore Luisa Ferreira, right, and senior Erika Miller go up for a block on Monday at Southwell Complex.
Columbia College setter Luisa Ferreira holds up fingers to indicate the hitters are available for the play on Monday at Southwell Complex.
The Columbia College team sets up a play on Monday at Southwell Complex.
Columbia College outside hitter Sidney Branson, left, and middle hitter Erika Miller prepare for a serve on Monday at Southwell Complex.
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