Led by Julie Wynstra's 22 points (including a blistering 10 of 11 from the free throw line), the Vandals unleashed a 12-4 lead to start the game, and never looked back. The Vandals outrebounded Cal Poly 42-32, and ultimately registered a 55-44 road victory. Congratulations to everyone on the team for this victory...it was certainly a team effort.
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