Bown named MVP of FIVB match

June 29th, 2008
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Bown named MVP of matchFormer Hawaii middle blocker Heather Bown was named the most valuable player of the match as the U.S. national women’s volleyball team swept Poland today (June 29) in an FIVB World Grand Prix Pool E match in Wroclaw, Poland.Bown put down eight kills on 12 swings and added an ace and a block. Punahou product Lindsey Berg, the U.S. captain, had 30 assists, a kill and an ace.It was the fifth straight win for the U.S. (5-1). Former Stanford All-American Logan Tom led the Americans with 13 kills, two aces and a block. The full story is at: http://volleyball.teamusa.org/news/article/2279. For photos: http://volleyball.teamusa.org/multimedia/photo_gallery/91 

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  • Robin June 30, 2008 at 9:26 am

    So are we likely to see 5 players with some Hawaii connection in the Olympics?

    Robyn Ah-Mow- Mckinley, UH
    Heather Bown- UH
    Kim Willoughby- UH
    Lindsey Berg- Punahou
    Logan Tom- father from Hawaii, part-Hawaiian

  • Cindy Luis June 30, 2008 at 5:27 pm

    possibly. at least on the women’s side. you have 3 possibles on the men’s
    Clay Stanley UH
    Delano Thomas UH
    Alfred Reft UH

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