The Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball team celebrates its gold medal win on Saturday. (Joshua Watkins/Black Press)

VIDEO: Camosun Chargers win Pacwest men’s volleyball title

Victoria-based team defeated VIU Mariners in Abbotsford on Saturday

The Camosun Chargers made it four straight Pacwest men’s volleyball titles in Abbotsford on Saturday.

The Chargers took down the Vancouver Island University Mariners in four sets (25-22, 26-24, 22-25, 25-14) to claim the crown.

Both Camosun and VIU head to the CCAA men’s volleyball championships, which occur at Camosun from March 7 to 10.

The men’s bronze medal game saw the Douglas College Royals defeat the Capilano Blues 3-1.

The Royals took home gold in the women’s draw, as Douglas defeated VIU 3-0. Bronze went to the host UFV Cascades, who beat Capilano 3-0.

For more on the tournament, read Wednesday’s print edition of the Abbotsford News.

Video by: Joshua Watkins/Black Press

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