Archive for June, 2011

Shoji doing camps on Guam

June 7th, 2011
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Links to stories in the Pacific Daily News.

http://www.guampdn.com/article/20110607/SPORTS/106070323/Shoji-still-mining-talent-Volleyball-clinics-sometimes-help-coach-find-future-players?odyssey=nav%7Chead

http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=14670:coach-dave-shoji-and-dr-tom-sheih-with-patti-arroyo&catid=52:k57-interviews&Itemid=151

http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13920:shieh-su-ying-male-and-female-scholar-athletes-2011&catid=38:sports-news&Itemid=152

3 Warriors all-academic, new job for Fisher

June 2nd, 2011
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Sorry gang, didn’t have internet access much while on vacation. Appreciate all the posts
these two from UH

UH associate head coach Dan Fisher has been named the new women’s volleyball head coach at Concordia (Calif.) University.
Fisher has served as UH’s associate coach under Charlie Wade the past two seasons. During that time, the Warriors compiled a 34-23 record and advanced to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament twice, including a semifinal appearance in 2010.
MPSF All-Academic team
Jonas Umlauft, Nejc Zemljak, and Sam Biscaro were selected to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation all-academic team

Zamljak, a senior from Maribor, Slovenia, is the program’s first four-time all-academic selection. This past season he was named second-team all-MPSF after averaging 11.04 assists per set, seventh-best nationally, while also leading the team in digs at 1.96 per set. He guided the Warriors to .400 hitting or better in six matches, including a season-high .543 against Cal State Northridge.
Umlauft, a sophomore from Stadtbergen, Germany, led the nation in kills for the second consecutive year (5.57 per set) while being named first-team AVCA All-America and first-team all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. He was also selected to the CoSIDA All-District VIII team, and is now eligible for Academic All-America honors.

Biscaro, a redshirt freshman from Santa Barbara, Calif., appeared in all 28 matches as a back-up setter and serving specialist.