Yes, PSU holds the head-to-head advantage but, with the exception of their 5 set win over LB, they were easily handled by other top 10 west coast teams, winning only 2 games total in their three matches vs. UCLA, USC & UCSB. Highly unlikely they don't win the EIVA tourney, they went to 5 games just once, on the road at NJIT and they swept that program about a week ago at home. PSU is hosting the EIVA.
UCLA is a lock.
Assuming the MPSF & BW tournaments go chalk, right now the leads for the at large are USC & UH.
UCSB still has a slim chance at an at-large if they destroy UH in the semis and lose in 5 to LB in the championship. That would be a tall order.
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