Hawaii 3, UCSD 0 1-26

January 26th, 2014
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UCSD (0-6, 0-5) at Hawaii (4-2, 2-1) at 5 p.m. HST

No TV. radio and live stats links available at hawaiiathletics.com.

With Tsai at the Pro Bowl, I'm doing the VB match coverage.

Not as much live blogging as Friday.

21 Responses to “Hawaii 3, UCSD 0 1-26”

  1. Cindy Luis:

    Warriors starting Ramos, Kanetake, Timmer (starting at server), Sedore, Averill, Zarkovic, Olsen. Holt will be the 2nd middle.


  2. Cindy Luis:

    Hawaii has started out well, 8-3. TO UCSD. Warriors hitting 455. Tritons with 1 kill in 9 attempts.


  3. Cindy Luis:

    Warriors out to a 15-6 lead at the TTO. Tritons 3-3-17.
    UH 10-2-15. Zarkovic 3-0-4, Olsen 3-1-6, Holt 2-0-2


  4. Cindy Luis:

    Mol in, gets an ace. it's 20-9. TO SD


  5. Cindy Luis:

    Hawaii wins 25-14. UCSD did not help itself with 6 SEs. hitting .
    Warriors 3 aces, 2 SEs.


  6. Cindy Luis:

    UH up 7-2 in Set 2. TO UCSD


  7. Cindy Luis:

    UH up 15-5 at the TTO. Looking like a quicker night even that Friday (89 minutes)


  8. Cindy Luis:

    Olsen with his sixth kill ends it at 25-16. It's just no 6 p.m.


  9. Cindy Luis:

    UH hitting 512 to the Tritons 167. 4 aces, 6 SEs. UCSD 0 aces, 10 SEs
    Zarkovic 8-1-11, Olsen 6-1-13, Averill 4-0-4, Holt 4--0-5
    UH 7-1 lead in blocks, Holt with 3 solo and 3 assist


  10. Cindy Luis:

    UH breaks away to a 12-11 lead in Set 3. TO UCSD


  11. Cindy Luis:

    Hmmm, bachi. UCSD up 15-13 at the TTO


  12. Cindy Luis:

    Ace by Timmer has UH up 22-19. TO UCSD


  13. Cindy Luis:

    warriors win 25-22


  14. FeedTheMiddles:

    Great matches, though obviously UCSD is bottom dweller in MPSF. Hopefully we carry this momentum to next weeks matches with UCSB.


  15. Tiki808:

    It won't work. UC Santa Barbara got some big guys to go to. (2) 6-8 and (1) 6-9 player. All from California. Home court advantage. California.


  16. Tiki808:

    Joby Ramos and Kolby Kanetake are not commanding figures. They'll need more from the middle blocker Davis Holt. Basically for Hawai'i Warriors.


  17. Tiki808:

    UC Santa Barbara has a big line up at 6-4 and up, except for 5-11 and 5-10 players, they're a big team and all from California. Home court advantage wll win on this court. Really?


  18. Tiki808:

    UC San Diego was a bad team. UC Santa Barbara is a better team. With home court advantage, UC Santa Barbara match vs. Hawai'i will win due to their height and depth and quickness. I'll go with UC Santa Barbara to win on the next match vs. Hawai'i Warriors.


  19. Cindy Luis:

    15-18. UCSB is better (3-2, 2-2 MPSF) than UCSD. Ramos and Kanetake don't need to be commanding figures. Setters and liberos rarely are. UH has height Averill is 6-7, Holt 6-9.
    UCSB does have some height but not all of them are playing. Their kill leader is 6-4 Kingl. their other go-to guy is 6-4 Hanley. Staahl is a 6-6 MB, is Licht is a 6-4 opposite. Thompson is a 6-9 MB.
    UH's starting lineup matches up with with the Gauchos size-wise.
    Key difference is the size of the setter. Ramos is listed at 6-feet. Self is listed at 6-8.
    The other factor will be this is UH's first road trip.


  20. tiffers:

    15-18
    Tiki808 - I'm sorry but you're making no sense with your comments. And if home court advantage was true with Hawai'i having more local kids on their team than UCLA and Long Beach St, then UH (by your observation) should be undefeated. Having more kids from the same state that the match is being played in is irrelevant .


  21. Tryouts:

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    Because it's Tiki808/LC/Ladeda/Frieda.