Archive for December, 2012

AVCA DI-II men’s preseason poll

December 29th, 2012
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1. UCI with all 16 votes. a little surprised since they will have a new coach

2. BYU. 3. Stanford. 4. Pepperdine. 5. Lewis. 6. UCLA. 7. Long Beach State. 8. Penn State 9. USC. 10 Loyola-Chicago. 11. Ohio State. 12. CSU Northridge. 13. UC Santa Barbara. 14. George Mason. 15. Cal Baptist.

RV: Pacific 14, Hawaii 12, Princeton 10, UCSD 10, Harvard 3

UH men’s VB season tickets on sale

December 27th, 2012
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From UH

The 15-match home schedule includes the 19thannual Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Invitational.

Tickets can be purchased online at hawaiiathletics.com,  at the Stan Sheriff Center Box Office (Monday-Friday, 9 am–5 pm), or by calling 944-2697.

Ticket prices are:

Lower Level (A, B, C, FF, GG, HH)            $150  Seats + $120  PSC

Lower Level (AA, BB, CC, D, DD, E, EE, F, G, JJ)            $150.Seats + $100 PSC

Upper Adult            $100

Upper Senior Citizen (65+)             $85

Upper Student (4-high school)            $40

The Warriors open the 2013 season on the road at Brigham Young for a two-match Mountain Pacific Sports Federation series, Jan. 4-5 in Provo, Utah before returning home to host the Outrigger Invitational.

Merry Christmas

December 24th, 2012
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Hope everyone is enjoying their holiday with their families.

Wishing you all peace and joy.

Hawaii No. 11 in final poll

December 18th, 2012
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Don’t think it’s much of a surprise. Wahine finish 11th.

http://www.avca.org/includes/media/docs/12-18-12DIPoll.pdf

 

1. Texas. 2. Oregon. 3. Penn State. 4. Stanford. 5. Michigan. 6. USC. 7. Nebraska. 8. Minnesota. 9. Washington. 10 Florida.

 

final RPI out, Hawaii 21

December 17th, 2012
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http://web1.ncaa.org/app_data/weeklyrpi/2012WVBrpi1.html

as you can see how skewed it is. Doesn’t reflect how YOU did on the court as much as how your opponents did. hardly fair. just putting up Top 10

UH falls from 17 to 21.

Final AVCA poll out Tuesday

1. Stanford loses in regional final

2. Texas wins NCAA title

3. Penn State loses in national semis

4. Oregon loses in national final

5. Nebraska loses in regional final

6.Minnesota loses in regional final

7. Louisville loses in second round

8. UCLA loses in regional semis

9. Kansas  loses in second round

10. Florida loses in regional semis

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