‘Ohana Volleyfest Jan. 8 for UH men

December 30th, 2010

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.

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  • warriorfan December 30, 2010 at 7:40 pm

    I was already thinking of going to that basketball game to support Gib but looks like I will definitely be going now. thanks for the heads up.

  • xtreme December 31, 2010 at 8:56 am

    hey cindy, VT have rumors about a brazilian middle blocker recruit for the wahine’s next season…you know anything about that?

  • Cindy Luis December 31, 2010 at 2:22 pm

    Nope, rumors have been up on VT for a couple years now I believe. will check in with Shoji next week.

  • warriorfan January 1, 2011 at 11:38 pm

    Another rumor, Tabi Love transferring out of Minnesota. Wasn’t Hawaii her second choice??? Hmmmm makes me wonder .

  • Yabba-Dabba-Doo January 2, 2011 at 8:06 am

    True that because of Hebert’s retirement the players have the option to transfer if they wish.

    Tabi Love’s dad is registered on VT and makes frequent postings. If he isn’t denying the rumors on VT then it is possible something is in the works but I wouldn’t get into the speculation game because I’ve read the statements and they are very vague.

    Love made her original choice based on being close to home.If that is still a priority for her then some Pac 10 schools may come into play like both Oregon schools and Washington, if they have a scholarship available .

    Love is more mature now and her decision making process has probably changed.Being close to home may no longer be a high priority.

    Time will tell what happens with many of the Minnesota players.Whoever the new head coach is could make the difference for some.Dave has one more 2012 scholarship left maybe he will hear from her .

    • warriorfan January 2, 2011 at 4:15 pm

      I hope Shoji hears from her, Tabi Love has shown she plays her best in the NCAA tournament. Plus she is 6′ 6.
      If she is looking for a new school I wouldn’t be surprised if she contacts Sealy as well.

  • Cindy Luis January 2, 2011 at 10:11 pm

    Don’t know if Hawaii was No. 2. I did meet her her here during summer camp when she was looking at schools. She’s be a great get if she came out. And she did like it out here.
    I believe she could transfer and play right away if getting a release from the school. has nothing to do with Hebert retiring. the one-year sitting out has to do with inter-conference transfers (i.e. Amanda Gil sitting out when going to UW from UCLA). Or if current school refused to release her.

  • jeff January 2, 2011 at 10:44 pm

    penn st and nebraska to battle this year should be fun usc will be #1 pre season the wahine well just wait and see

  • Yabba-Dabba-Doo January 4, 2011 at 7:58 am

    Love’s dad likes Sealy that I know for sure, has spoken highly of him many times and even has him listed in his “Jeremy Likes” section of his Facebook page but I’m not sure Sealy has a 2011 scholarship. Actually I’m not even sure Love is leaving Minnesota,just a rumor right now.

  • Cindy Luis January 5, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    yep, just a rumor

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