The audio doesn't work, so I can't even listen to the match only follow on LiveStats, a poor substitute to the audio excitement.. At least I don't have to feel bad about no TV today as I can't get online video anyway due to new Oceanic restrictions. Glad to hear that finally UH took a hard-won set from Long Beach. It snaps the 12-set winning streak of Long Beach I think. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
13, Yes, I went through the UH audio link and it did bring up espn1420am.com. At first I was able to hear the match and then it went quiet permanently. Something is wrong with the audio transmission and I'm surprised that no one else is complaining. I know my Internet is working and so are my speakers. I'm stomped.
No, Cindy, I don't have a smart phone and I still can't bring up the audio. Thanks for trying to help. Seems like I'm the only one who has a problem listening as no one else is complaining. But then maybe no one else is listening. I don't see any posts by Warriorfan or the other regular bloggers. The media coverage is really disappointing. Why does BYU-Utah have the best coverage of all? It induces me to become their fan. If I can't watch and can't listen, it's hard for me to remain a UH fan win or lose.
23. not many regular bloggers during the men's season. Perhaps they are all here at the match.
Are you referring to BYU-TV? I don't think their broadcasts are better than Oceanic's, at least not volleyball. Not sure what you mean about 'disappointing media coverage.' This is the first time UH isn't on TV this season. It's on radio but sounds like you can't get it. at least you have me '-)
Audio finally works. Thanks, Cindy. In response to your question, I meant BYU-Utah. It's not a matter a quality. Both Oceanic and BYU-TV have good quality broadcasts. The only difference is that BYU-TV is universally available while I am excluded from Oceanic due to lack of cable so I can't subscribe. I'll still watch BYU-TV men's volleyball matches as that's the only station I can watch. Watching video is still far more fun than listening, no comparison. I might have to travel someday to Honolulu to watch a volleyball match, perhaps the final two matches with BYU-Utah. Haven't decided for sure yet. If I travel there I'll look you up, Cindy. Thanks for being so responsive to my posts.
31. gotcha. I knew what you meant, haven't heard them called BYU-Utah… just BYU-Provo.
Agree it is easier to watch BYU-TV, which also carries BYU-Hawaii games occasionally. I just find that the Blue and White network is very Blue & White. Oceanic seems to be more balanced with their announcers.
let me know if you end up in the arena.
meanwhile, the 49ers have jumped out to a 20-16 lead. UH with a couple of costly service errors.
33. Of course I like our announcers better, especially Chris McLaughlin. He's funny and colorful while the BYU commentators are relatively flat. But if I can't watch Oceanic Sports, BYU-Provo is the next best substitute. Hope to see you someday, Cindy.
VBF, let me know.
anyway, back to the match
The Beach has been very steady, hitting .392 for the night, 409 in Set 3. UH very up and down, 266 for the night, 200 for Set 3
Sedore 14-2-21, Averill 8-4-19, Zarkovic 6-3-19, Olsen 6-5-19 (2 sets), Fey 5-1-7
49ers with 8 blocks, UH 5.5.
UH 26 digs, 8 by Kanetake. 49ers 29 digs, 6 by Sato and Crabb. UH 5 aces, 15 SEs. 49ers 1 ace, 7 SEs. Crabb 18-3-30, Satterfield 8-2-21. that's been their offense pretty much.
Glad I was able to listen to Hawaii beat Long Beach. What a great upset! I think that Long Beach men started getting tired and error-prone at the end of the fourth and fifth sets. I guess it was past their bed time considering that the match ended at 9:50 PM, which is 11:50 PM California time. Also, they haven't played a five-game match this season. Yes, I'd love to see the BYU matches in person.
Great match. Long Beach State have dominated UH men's volleyball team for as long as I can remember since 1980. Finally 3-2 win at Stan Sheriff Center a big win for UH team. I thought Hawai'i might have been more quicker and played harder when needed.
Long beach dominating UH MEN?? no way never, they may have won 5 straight but UH led the series before then and now it's tied. UH played so much better and Sedore played up to his potential. Holt really came thru in the 5th with some huge blocks.
It's a shame this wasn't televised for fans outside the island to see.
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