Douglas College moved a full 10 points ahead of its closest competitor in PacWest men's volleyball.
The collegiate Royals swept a two-game series from the University of the Fraser Valley by a similar 3-0 score at the New Westminster campus gym last Friday and Saturday.
Andrew McWilliam led the way with 13 kills in Friday's opening shutout, while Sam Shaw and Drew Ruby shared 22 winners between them in the win.
On Saturday, Andrew Robson
Biathlete scores first-ever perfect round in marksmanship banged 11 kills, with Shaw and McWilliam contributing 10 apiece at the net.
McWilliam and Rex Fenton both chipped in with three service aces apiece.
The back-to-back victories increased Douglas' record to 15-1.
Capilano University moved past idle Vancouver Island University with weekend wins over Columbia Bible College.
The Douglas College women's team dropped a two-game set to first-place Fraser Valley at home to remain in fifth place in the PacWest with a 5-11 record.
On the basketball court, the Douglas women, slowed by illness and injury, split a pair of road games on Vancouver Island.
The Royals opened with a 6345 win over Vancouver Island in Nanaimo on Friday, before losing for just the third time this season, 44-42 to Camosun College on Saturday.
Despite the flu bug reducing the Royals' roster to 10 players, Douglas jumped out to a 20-5 lead first-quarter lead against VIU and didn't let up.
Amonda Francis led the way with 18 points and seven rebounds. Patti Olson and rookie Taylor Carle contributed 13 and 10 points, respectively, to the score-line.
Against Camosun, Douglas led for all but two minutes in the game, but just six points in the final quarter allowed the Victoria school to mount a comeback. The Royals shot just 32 per cent from the floor and were a dismal 44 per cent at the foul line.
Francis finished with 17 points, seven rebounds and five blocked shots.
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