BYUH wins national quarterfinal in 5

December 12th, 2013
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Scheduled to play at 10:30 a.m. today (Thursday)

their opponent Ferris State is doing radio if you care to listen

other links available at

http://www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com/sports/wvball/2013-14/releases/201312128rcje8

21 Responses to “BYUH wins national quarterfinal in 5”

  1. Warriorfan:

    Hope they win, but I can't watch division 2 volleyball, too slow for me.


  2. Warriorfan:

    By the way I meant no disrespect to division 2 athletes, hope BYUH wins it all.


  3. Pudundo:

    Tied at 1 set apiece. Ferris State took the 1st set 25-21 and BYUH took set 2 in extra play 32-30


  4. Cindy Luis:

    thank you. trying to get to that but dealing with some of the infighting on another thread


  5. Genotamayo:

    BYUH leads 2-1


  6. Cindy Luis:

    BYUH wins Set 3 25-19


  7. Genotamayo:

    BYUH loses set 4 27-25


  8. Cindy Luis:

    BYUH serving for the match at 14-6. Bulldogs have rallied to 14-9. TO BYUH


  9. Cindy Luis:

    it's now 14-11
    14-12. TO BYUH


  10. Cindy Luis:

    wow, Ferris state on a 7-0 run. it's 14-13


  11. Cindy Luis:

    Talk about a bad rotation. it's tied 14-14


  12. Cindy Luis:

    BYUH wins it 16-14


  13. Genotamayo:

    BYUH wins in 5


  14. mauna:

    Wow, what a finish. BYU-UH's 12 point is probably the longest rally I've witnessed.


  15. Warriorfan:

    wow that was almost an epic meltdown/choke, thank god they pulled it off for their psyche.


  16. Andrew:

    didn't Nebraska pull off a huge comeback in the 5th set against UW when UW had match point? If I'm not mistaken that was the regional final a few years back. Correct me if I'm wrong.


  17. Volleyball fan:

    I only tuned in at the end of the match. My fault, I got the time wrong. When the Ferris Bulldogs tied at 14-14 after an 8-point run, I feared the worst as I reminded of how Cal Poly lost to the Fresno in similar fashion in the playoffs back in 1984. I was there to witness the disaster in person. Cal Poly was ahead 14-9 in the fifth set but couldn't get another point as Ruth Lawanson (who later won a Bronze Medal in the 1992 USA Olympic team) rallied her team together and kept killing the ball. They beat Cal Poly 16-14 and I never forgave the team for that. In years to come I rooted most passionately against Fresno Bulldogs. Luckily BYU-Hawaii stopped a different Bulldog team from doing the same thing.

    As for the game being too slow, that doesn't bother me. Only poor quality broadcast bothers me.


  18. Cubicle1126:

    congrats to byuh!


  19. surfboy:

    Yeah Steffi Chen is their Emily Hartong...hope the other OH's can step it up because Steffi cant do it by herself as we all know


  20. Cindy Luis:

    19. think you mean Stella. She is a pretty amazing player. They run a pretty balanced attack. Fang is an excellent middle. Their right side Pauga just a freshman.
    But Chen can take over a match


  21. mauna:

    Hope Stella got some gas left in the tank for tomorrow. Took 92 swings with 37 kills. Works out to 44/45% of the teams kills and swings. Good luck to BYU-UH.