Kind of old news but worth discussing.
Second year in a row that BYU is ahead of UH in national attendance
Numbers, according to the NCAA, for the Top 20
1. BYU — 3,019
2, Hawai’i — 2,735
3. UC Irvine — 911
4. Long Beach State — 898
5. Pepperdine — 890
6. UCLA — 829
7. Lewis — 801
8. Ball State — 767
9. Penn State — 714
10. Stanford — 649
11. Cal State Northridge — 662
12, USC — 578
13. Ohio State — 568
14. Cal Baptist — 558
15. UC San Diego — 445
16. IPFW — 435
17. Loyola — 401
18. UC Santa Barbara — 396
19. George Mason — 280
20. Mount Olive — 275
The job posting on UH site (thanks for the heads up on earlier thread) is for Sean Carney. He said he will miss being with the team but he wants to fully concentrate on his Elite Academy sports training, something he founded a few years ago and couldn't devote as much time as he wanted to while coaching. He said he loved working with the players and hoped he could do that again some day when he was more financially secure. Think it is a big loss. He's been key for the team landing some of the local recruits lately.
We had the home schedule posted already
Here's the complete schedule, minus the pairings for the Sept. 20-21 Wichita State tourney and Nov. 15. they've talked about it being a match against the sand team, or one of the DII schools or a Japnese team.
Sorry for the blank box. it still won't let me cut and paste.
Appears Stauber will be up at Santa Clara next season. Heard about this last week, been working on confirming it. A good source has.
Interesting since there were three other setters on the 2012 Bronco roster, all underclassmen.
Anderson, a junior, with 827 assists, Heier, a sophomore, with 588
Sophomore Sliger played in 10 sets.
Some really high-quality play during the tournament, particularly Saturday's final between Punahou and Kamehameha. very impressed by the defense of both teams.
Couple of college coaches in town to scout. Ferguson from USC, Rasay from Stanford. And Hall was at McKinley a couple of the nights I was there.
Couple of players have committed for next year: Punahou's Fey to UH and Peros to Vassar, Kamehameha's Kaniho and Mosher to Grand Canyon.Moanalua's Caldwell to play football, looking like either UNLV or Northern Arizona.