Archive for December, 2010

‘Ohana Volleyfest Jan. 8 for UH men

December 30th, 2010
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From UH:
The University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team will host the ‘Ohana Volleyfest immediately following the men’s basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 8 at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Admission to the Volleyfest is free. The event will follow the UH-Boise State men’s basketball game. Fans attending the men’s basketball game are encouraged to stay and will be treated to entertainment and giveaways. All others fans will be allowed into the Stan Sheriff Center near the conclusion of the men’s basketball game.

The event will include the introduction of the 2011 men’s volleyball team. The team will then begin drills which includes a fastest serve contest and bounce-meter for the highest bounce of the volleyball.

The team will be split in half along with a group of celebrities for one set to 25 points. The event concludes with an autograph session on the concourse level where fans will receive a free poster courtesy of Chevron Hawai‘i.

Hauoli Makahiki Hou everyone

December 27th, 2010
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Thanks for making the blog what it is.

Looking forward to seeing the Warriors as well. Will miss Cervantes, Grgas, Rawson, Ching, etc. A good group of guys.

Merry Christmas all

December 24th, 2010
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Thank you all for all your comments this season.
Warriors should be fun to watch starting next month.
Happy holidays to you and your families.
Aloha. Cindy

Warrior volleyball benefit Jan. 7

December 23rd, 2010
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From UH today:
The inaugural A ‘o ā Koa Scholarship Dinner will be held on Friday, Jan. 7, at the Honolulu Country Club, and will benefit the University of Hawai‘i men’s volleyball program.
The event will feature a silent auction with sports memorabilia, travel, golf, hotel and event ticket packages, dinner certificates and much more. Head coach Charlie Wade and his staff, including associate coach Dan Fisher, assistant coach Jeff Hall, and student assistant and Olympian Robyn Ah Mow-Santos, will be present as well as former Warrior volleyball players.

Proceeds of the event will be used to defray costs associated with the UH Warrior Volleyball Youth Summer Camps, thereby making it affordable and possible for local youths to attend at no cost. Proceeds will also be used to help fund the summer school scholarships for current UH volleyball scholarship student-athletes.
Three different levels are available as well as individual tickets.
The Pae Koa or “Warrior Level” is $3,000 and includes a table for 10 with the opportunity to host Wade or a UH assistant, commemorative polo shirts, official volleyball signed by the team, mini-volleyballs, VIP pre-dinner reception, and 10 tuition waivers to the UH Men’s Volleyball Summer Camp.

The Pae Makaukau or “Expert Level” is $2,500 and includes a table for 10 with the opportunity to host a former player or assistant coach, commemorative t-shirts, official volleyball signed by the team, mini-volleyballs, and five tuition waivers to the UH Men’s Volleyball Summer Camp.

The Pae Akahi or “Novice Level” is $1,500 and includes a table for 10, commemorative t-shirts, official volleyball signed by the team, mini-volleyballs, and two tuition waivers to the UH Men’s Volleyball Summer Camp.

Individual seats are available for $75.

For more information or to reserve a seat, call Al Chee at 682-2313

Final RPI also out, Hawaii No. 14

December 21st, 2010
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And the debate will continue. seems very scewed that Stanford can finish No. 2. and Florida No. 3 when Cal, making the championship match, is No. 4.
At least this year Penn State finishes No. 1 in RPI. last year Nittany Lions were No. 2 to Texas despite beating the Longhorns for the national title

http://web1.ncaa.org/app_data/weeklyrpi/2010WVBrpi1.html