Hawaii def. CSUN 3-1 1-31 and comments

January 31st, 2009

Hawaii leading CSUN 25-23 in Set 1. Walker 10-1-17, has 10 of UH’s 15 kills. Timeout Matadors. Dyer puts down 2 of his 4 kills on D sets, UH wins Set 1 30-26. Walter 10-1-19, UH 17-4-38. Vance 3-0-11, this after 32 kills last night. They’re a little more diversified. Lots of serving errors, CSUN with 6, UH with 7.  

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  • Cindy Luis January 31, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    CSUN comes back to win Set 2 30-21. Vance is back on track, 11-1-25. 8 kills that set.
    Walker has cooled off. just 1 kill in set 2. Subbed out late when UH losing 27-19. UH another 5 serving errors, CSUN with 6, but Matadors have 5 aces to UH’s none.

  • Cindy Luis January 31, 2009 at 8:53 pm

    Wow, Hawaii some how pulled Set 3 out 32-30. Warriors held off set point a 29-28, tying it on Walker’s 15th kill. It was tied at 30 before a kill by Walker and one by Hunt gives Hawaii the win.

  • Cindy Luis January 31, 2009 at 9:13 pm

    Hawaii up 15-11 in Set 4 … now 17-12. we’ll see if they hold on. Grgas’ ace makes it 18-12, Timeout CSUN.

  • Cindy Luis January 31, 2009 at 9:28 pm

    Hawaii wins 30-26. 19 kills by walker , 15 by Hunt.

  • kidlv January 31, 2009 at 9:40 pm

    Wow, another great match. Awesome weekend for the Warriors. What would have made the day sweeter would be a BJ Penn victory. I guess we can’t win um all.

  • Cindy Luis January 31, 2009 at 10:21 pm

    I thought the Warriors played well at times. They do have good hustle and brought some balls back from the dead. Cannot figure out why Northridge had such a tough time serving. Nua was pretty poor, had eight errors, most hitting the middle of the net. Thought Cervantes had a solid match (15 digs, 32-0 in serve-receive). Hunt redeemed himself after getting pulled. apparently he blew some blocking assignments. Said when he got back in that he didn’t want to get pulled again.
    UH outblocked CSUN 17-10. It was 19-9 on Friday.
    The key for them is to have consistent threats on the outside. Walker has been so up and down but he ended up with a nice match (19 kills). He had 10 in Set 1 then cooled off a bit. But CSUN also started closing the block better. Dyer has surprised me. Took a lot of swings (43) and isn’t afraid to come back after being blocked.

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