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Sedore NPOW

March 4th, 2014
  • For those who missed it ..
  •  Brook Sedore, a 6-5 junior opposite for No. 8 University of Hawai'i, has been named the Sports Imports/AVCA Men's Division I-II National Player of the Week. Faced with two consecutive home matches against then-No. 3 UCLA, Sedore played some of the best volleyball in his career leading the Rainbow Warriors to a pair of wins. In the first match he recorded a season-high 24 kills on .452 hitting with two digs and as many blocks in the four-set win. He maintained his high level of play in the rematch, this time smashing a match-high 22 kills and hit an even .400 with five digs. For the week, his 5.11 kills per set average were well above his 3.62 season average. Entering the weekend, Sedore had only one 20-plus kill match on the season as Hawai'I jumped three spots from No. 11 in the latest AVCA Coaches Poll.  It was their first MPSF series sweep of UCLA since 2006.

This is the 18th time in program history a Hawaii student-athlete has garnered Sports Imports/Player of the Week honors, with the most recent coming from Sinisa Zarkovic on March 12, 2013.

57 Responses to “Sedore NPOW”

  1. Cindy Luis:

    60 Not sure why people are so caught up in what she is doing educationally. bottom line is she has one year of sand eligibility and has chosen to play at UH.

  2. hollycow:

    Not getting caught up, just trying to get people the correct facts about defining undergraduate/bachelors and courses offered at schools. They type before doing research and she just was caught up in the discussion.

  3. WhyWhat:

    lol. says the person who says she has a bachelors degree and not an undergraduate degree when they are completely the same thing. Looks like you need to get the facts right.

  4. hollycow:

    My final post on this matter.

    quote: Webster's dictionary.....undergraduate, n. a student at a university or college who has not yet received the first, or bachelor's degree. Yes you get an associates degree, which is an undergraduate degree with two completed years of school, but it is not the same thing.

  5. Cindy Luis:

    Cook is playing for one year on sand while finishing her master's in structural engineering I believe.
    The reason she is at UH, after obtaining a B.A. in design from Satnford, is that Stanford is not offering sand scholarships yet.
    UH offered her one for sand.

  6. Cindy Luis:

    52. there were previous posts that suggested she was finishing her undergrad degree here vs. she was getting her master's. Yes you can obtain an AA undergraduate degree but that would be from a 2-year institution, not a four-year one such as Stanford.

  7. hollycow:

    Mahalo, Cindy.