CBU won 3-0 (25-14, 25-19, 25-14), keeping their home record perfect at 3-0. The Lancers have yet to lose a set in the Van Dyne Gym.
"After last night we were looking to get some more people involved and I think we did a good job of doing that tonight," said CBU Head Coach Branden Higa. "This was a great team win where we really did a good job of improving on those areas we have been working on."
CBU needed a mid-set run to take the second set, falling behind 13-10 early. The Lancers rattled off five straight points and never relinquished the lead.
Malika O'Brien helped spark the run, getting a kill and assisting on three blocks. CBU had five blocks in the second set.
"That's what Malika can do," said Higa. "She has the ability to change the match in a lot of ways and she's been doing that for us a lot this season."
With the Urban Knights down 2-0, CBU smelled blood in the water and wasted no time jumping out in front, going up 9-3 early in the third. The Lancers would cruise the rest of the way for the match-ending win.
Carmona led all players with 18 kills on the night, committing just four errors in the process. She hit .452 on the night. Parker drove the Lancers offense to a .357 hitting clip, tallying 34 assists in the three-set match.
"Taylor was phenomenal running our offense tonight and getting everyone involved," said Higa. "She was getting people the ball in the right spots at the right time. Ingrid was her usual dominant self as well. She was lined up against their best blocker and just consistently rose to the challenge."
The victory moves the Lancers to 9-2 overall, 2-0 PacWest. Art U falls to 3-10, 0-4.
CBU continues conference play next Tuesday, hosting Point Loma.