Kalaheo's Owens signs NLI with Warriors

November 20th, 2013
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Kalaheo senior Luke Owens has signed with the Warriors

Owens, a 6-foot-7 middle blocker, plays club volleyball for Kuikahi. He was a Honolulu Star-Advertiser Fab 15 selection last season.

11 Responses to “Kalaheo's Owens signs NLI with Warriors”

  1. Warriorfan:

    I think he has a lot of potential to help right away with West leaving.
    I was hoping for a few more surprises, and hope that Tui is still a solid verbal despite the football team being awful.


  2. OrbitalRipZ:

    (The following has nothing to do with the lead story but it's appropriate post for today, Nov 20.)

    ~~ From the Who Cares! Department ~~

    Stanford (21-5) wiped out Washington (23-2) @ the Cards' home court, 3-0

    Pac-12 Standings (as of Nov 20)
    1. #3 Washington 15-2
    2. #5 Stanford 14-3
    3. #8 USC 12-4

    All 3 teams should win out the rest of the conference season -- with only USC facing a roadblock at UCLA on Nov 27.


  3. vballfreak808:

    Great get for the Warriors. A pretty good local recruiting class for Hawaii this season.

    Cindy just wondering have you talked to Kevin Wong lately about the development of High School beach volleyball in Hawaii? I completely forgot about it until I heard about the high school tournament this weekend.


  4. Cindy Luis:

    Haven't spoken to him about it since August. I know he is stocked that TV is picking this weekend's play up on Sunday.
    they are making the push for it to become a state sport but they need to three leagues sponsor it before it can happen.


  5. Brandon:

    On an unrelated note, northwestern lost too penn state 3-1 but have them a good match


  6. tiffers:

    No. 4 Missouri (32-0, 16-0) clinched the school's first-ever SEC Championship tonight with their sweep over Mississippi State. Congrats to Carly Kan (Punahou) and Loxley Keala ('Iolani)


  7. Brandon:

    I have a question though. How in the world is Illinois ranked 17 in the rpi when they're 14-12


  8. Maverick:

    Illinois had a brutal preseason, toughest in the NCAA. Plus they play in the RPI strong Big Ten. Made up for a weak won loss record.


  9. Brandon:

    Ucsb up 22-17 in the first set against Fullerton


  10. Brandon:

    Ucsb up 24-22 but Fullerton is on a two point run. To ucsb


  11. Brandon:

    Just some scores around the nation. Nebraska is swept by purdue. Stanford beats wsu 3-0 with nearly every player hitting above .500. Washington up 2-1 against cal. Asu up 2-1 against ucla. Usc up 1-0 against Arizona but Arizona is giving them tough competition. Oh and ucsb won the first set 25-10. Sorry for the triple post