Queenseis 3, Wahine 0

September 25th, 2013
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Starting for UH Long, Taylor, Vorster, Manu-Olevao, Uiato, Adolpho and Hartong

Danielson starting for the Queenseis

Former Gov. Waihe'e just showed up

Live stats at

http://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=23299

49 Responses to “Queenseis 3, Wahine 0”

  1. Cindy Luis:

    Some really good defense early, especially by Toyota. dug some very hard hots by Hartong early.


  2. Cindy Luis:

    Danielson with her first two kills puts Toyota up 10-7. Adolpho into the net on a slide. It's 11-7. TO UH.


  3. Cindy Luis:

    UH stuck in a bad rotation. was 7-7. it's now 13-7. Double sub with Higgins and Long in. now 14-7. Toyota on a 7-0 run.


  4. Cindy Luis:

    Amazing play by Hartong making a dig while she had fallen back and basically sitting. Long and Vorster stuffs Danielson. Toyota still leads. 18-12


  5. Cindy Luis:

    Longo with the ace, keeps UH close at 19-14. TO Toyota


  6. Ashley:

    if they lose the match, would it count against them?


  7. Cindy Luis:

    UH going to a 6-2. Higgins serving at 20-16.


  8. Cindy Luis:

    Toyota wins 25-18, the difference being that 7-0 run early in the set.
    Hartong 5-0-14, Manu-Olevao 4-1-13, Adolpho 3-1-6, Taylor 0-0-5, Varoser 0-2-4, Long 0-1-4. UH with 16 digs, Toyota 26 Takahashi with 11.
    UH hit 104, Toyota 350. UH 2-0 lead in blocks, 1 ace, 1 SE. Toyota 0 aces, 1 SE.


  9. Cindy Luis:

    Ashley, no, this is an exhibition. it doesn't count.


  10. Cindy Luis:

    Hartong with an ace, gives UH an 11-9 lead. TO Toyota.
    impressive is Saki Takeda for Toyota, listed at 5-7. probably shorter. got great hops.


  11. Kazu:

    Kastl get a chance to play yet?


  12. Cindy Luis:

    Toyota answers with a 4-0 run, takes a 13-10 lead. TO UH


  13. Cindy Luis:

    Hartong with a solo on the setter's dump attempt. UH up 19-18. TO Toyota.
    Pretty good crowd for a Wednesday. Maybe 4,500. there is a pretty cold draft though on press row.


  14. Cindy Luis:

    11. no. you could always check gaemtracker as well.


  15. Cindy Luis:

    Adolpho blocked, Toyota leads 23-22. TO UH. some nice cut shots by both Hartong and Danielson tonight


  16. Cindy Luis:

    UH holds off two set points, kill and block by Manu-Olevao. ties it at 24. Toyota comes back with a kill by Takeda and a net violation by Taylor. wins it 26-24.


  17. Cindy Luis:

    UH hits 156 in Set 2, Toyota 250. UH 6-3 edge in blocks. toyota 41-34 edge in digs, Takahashi with 13.
    Taylor 3-1-9 Vorster 0-2-4 in Set 1, Tuaniga 1-0-2 in Set 2. Manu-Olevao 8-3-30, Hartong 6-1-17, Adolpho 4-2-10.
    13 Wahine have played so far. not getting in yet: Goodman, Kastl and Ponce.


  18. Cindy Luis:

    Kastl in, along with Higgins, Vorster, Long, Longo, Manu-Olevao and Higgins. Adolpho the other middle.
    Tickets 5798, turnstile 3653.


  19. Ashley:

    i wish ashley would get more time playing. I am shocked that she hasn't either started or had more playing time. is there a reason for it?


  20. Cindy Luis:

    Ponce serving. Only Goodman left to get in.


  21. Cindy Luis:

    UH up 11-9. TO Toyota. Kastl took a while to get going, service error, struggled a bit back row, but has come on with 2 kills, and a block. is now serving 12=9


  22. Cindy Luis:

    Don't think Goodman will be playing She's still in her warmups. Toyota has come back to to a 19-17 lead. TO UH.


  23. Volleyball fan:

    From the stats I learned that Ginger Long had no kills and four hitting errors and she wasn't even blocked. What happened? Did she keep hitting out or hitting the net? The stats don't tell the whole story. And how did Longo get an attack error? She isn't even supposed to attempt a spike.

    I see there were lots and lots of digs. Were there lots of long rallies and what was the longest rally in terms of time or times the ball crossed the net if you know? I'm just curious.


  24. Cindy Luis:

    19. a bit inconsistent at times.


  25. Volleyball fan:

    I see that Shoji emptied the bench. Since the exhibition match doesn't count, Shoji can substitute freely and give them some playing time. Also noted that Kanani didn't play the third set. I wonder if she tired out or if Japan decided to play more reserves as the team is winning.


  26. Cindy Luis:

    Kastl from the right, Vorster with the overpass. UH takes a 22-21 lead. TO Toyota. Danielson isn't playing in Set 3.


  27. Cindy Luis:

    23. you've got the stats right. Longo had an attempt, which she can do


  28. Cindy Luis:

    Manu-Olevao blocked to win 25-22


  29. sharene:

    Was Goodman in sweats or was that her sister?


  30. John:

    I know this is just an Exhibition but is the team really out there to win today or just to go through the motions. it seems dave is been putting in a lot of the non starters. I know this game doesn't count but is the other team really that good?


  31. Cindy Luis:

    29. both were in sweats. Kyra is redshirting.


  32. Ashley:

    well i forget who the open conference okay with, but I hope they don't do this come friday night.


  33. Cindy Luis:

    30. it was more than going through the motions. But Shoji said from the beginning it was going to be an exhibition. He wasn't going to stretch his starters after the road trip last week, no one was expecting the starters to play all three sets, especially not Hartong.
    Toyota was pretty good. Hawaii was ragged with so many different players in there.
    It was a good warmup for Friday to get a competitive match in before seeing Fullerton Friday.


  34. Ashley:

    Sorry i meant to say i don't know who they open conference play with. my phone is changing my words.


  35. Cindy Luis:

    32. AGAIN it was an EXHIBITION. Not sure what you mean by 'do this.'
    they open with Fullerton Friday


  36. vballfreak808:

    Is Kaela Goodman injured/sick?


  37. wop ur jaws:

    Just got back from the match. The professionals were too much tonight. They play at a faster paced and they have a collapse style defense. They for the first two sets would tempo change shots in mid air. I love that they play jungle ball when the play set is broken. It will not affect them to tip/dink if the play is not there. They also angle their hits to bend around blocks or add extra top spin in mid air to land in front of the defense. In the third set, I really liked Kastl's energy. For my money, Kastl is a starter. She blocked on the left when almost all night the lefts could not touch the right side slide. She hit from the back row and got points even when the sets were a bit low. And her right side bash really surprised the Professionals. In all Toyota is just to good.


  38. LanaiBoy:

    Some long, entertaining rallies in this match. Kastl had an impressive 3rd set. She was really bringing the heat. Number 1 of Toyota just wowed everyone with her kills; she can really jump and is a powerful hitter.


  39. John:

    I know this is pointless but I wonder if the Wahine could have won against the pro Japanese team if Dave had played all his starters every set? Wonder if the match would have had a different outcome?

    What do you think Cindy?


  40. Cindy Luis:

    http://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=23299
    no full box up but you can look at live stats

    Kastl started slow, settled down for a very nice match.

    Hawaii wasn't going 100 percent. They never intended to Good defense both sides, the Japanese very good early. finished with 62-55 edge in digs. UH out-blocked them 8-6.
    off to Kailua. it's too cold in here to stay any longer
    See new thread on Danielson.


  41. Grace:

    Yep I agree Kastl brings energy to the floor. She should play much more...Guaranteed she will start Sunday (omg)


  42. Cindy Luis:

    39. UH probably should have won Set 2. they didn't. They didn't set Hartong as much as they could have on purpose.
    they got what they wanted out of it. a lot of players saw the court, no injuries, good warmup for Friday.
    41. Kastl will likely start Sunday, as she did the last Sunday match when Manu-Olevao didn't play.
    36. only thing I know about Goodman was she never took the warmup pants off.


  43. JT:

    42. agree on kastl as a starter this season for 4 reasons. 1. brings heat. 2. i don't see her as being any more inconsistent than olevao. 3. can play any day of the week. 4. she's a senior.

    dave probably knows something we don't.


  44. LanaiBoy:

    I too am a fan of Kastl. However, I have to go along with Shoji in starting Tai Manu-Olevao over Kastl. For one Tai is taller and is much more athletic (jumps higher and is quicker and faster). They both hit hard and both don't often make wise hitting decisions—both get blocked a bit too much—hence their being tagged with the "inconsistent" label. However, I DO think that Kastl should get the call before Ginger Long. Kastl has more experience and has more offensive firepower. Besides she is a senior.


  45. Cindy Luis:

    that Kastl is a senior may be against her in the long run. She is gone after this season. You have Long for two more years to be developed. same line of reasoning as Manu-Olevao. no question in my mind that Manu-Olevao is the better 'athlete'. But did think Kastl played very well after some early struggles last night.


  46. mei mei:

    IMHO - & 2cents in... i agree with all the Kastl comments... sorry if i offend anyone but, "Ginger against taller teams won't match up" as quoted by Coach, although an exhibition last night, it was chance for her to show what she can do, but made way too many errors -- I do hope as the season progresses that Kastl becomes a starter... i think because she is a Senior she would have more to offer than "the should have been red shirt" Tai...


  47. mauna:

    Sorry people but what does being a Senior got to do with having her start over an underclassman. You play your best player in that position, period!!!!!


  48. nana kokolele:

    Kastl is taller than Manu. Also, Manu also struggles as much as Kastl if not more.


  49. jcvolcano:

    Please, you supporters, or detractors, of kastl and manu-olevao, read Sec. 11.3.2.3, NCAA collegiate
    volleyball rules. Perhaps then you will begin to understand why Coach Shoji plays each player, when
    and where, as he does.