No. 4 Hawaii 3, Concordia 0; USC 3, NJIT 1

Stijn Van Tilburg launched the ball past the Concordia block. / Photo by Brian McInnis

FINAL: Hawaii completes the 23-13, 25-12, 25-20 sweep of Concordia-Irvine to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Set 3 UH 25-20
8:47: Colton Cowell with his seventh kill, ends it 25-20
8:42: Filip Humler with a kill. UH up 23-17. TO Concordia.
8:36. Another challenge by Hawaii. Feels Brett Rosenmeier won the joust with Pono Kaaa.. UH’s third and last challenge. loses it. It’s 18-13.
8:29: James Anastassiades with his fifth kill. It’s 15-8 at the TTO.
8:24: Eagles with another hitting error. UH up 11-8. TO COI
8:23: Hawaii loses the challenges. Warriors up 9-6.
8:21: Another challenge as to whether James Anastassides’ serve in or out.
8:14: UH challenging whether Concordia into the net. Successful challenge. It’s 4-3 UH instead of 4-3 Concordia.
8:09: Couple of new attackers for Hawaii. Max Rosenfeld in the middle, Brett Rosenmeier and James Anastassiades on the outside.

Set 2 UH 25-12
7:58: SVT with the service overpass. Hawaii wins 25-12.
7:48: Rado Parapunov with his seventh kill. UH up 15-8.
It was a very odd delay. Parapunov put the kill down but may have crossed the centerline after. Concordia argued at length instead of doing a video challenge. Strange.
7:39: Warriors on an 8-0 run, up 8-2. Concordia with its second time out.

Set 1. UH 25-13
7:27: Patrick Gasman ends it, 25-13.
SVT with eight kills, has passed Steven Hunt for No. 15.
7:16. Patrick Gasman with his first kill, gives the Warriors a 15-9 lead at the TTO
Stijn van Tilburg 5-0-5, is 2 kills away from passing Steven Hunt for No. 15 on UH’s kill list.
7:12: Hawaii with three blocks, including two straight, Warriors up 12-7. TO Eagles

Hawaii going with same lineup as last night
Joe Worsley, Gage Worsley, Rado Parapunov, Colton Cowell, Stijn van Tilburg, Dalton Solbrig, Patrick Gasman

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Concordia deciding to go with three Hawaii High school products
Setter Pono Kaaa (Punahou), libero Addison Enriques (Kamehameha-Hawaii) and opposite Owen Chun (Hanalani)

UH warmed up during a timeout. / Photo by Brian McInnis

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5:49: Trojans win 25-15.
5:25: SC finishes it out 25-23.
5:24: SC comes back to take set point at 24-23, thanks to two service and two hitting errors by NJIT. TO Highlanders
5:19: NJIT making it interesting, up 21-19 in Set 3. TO SC
4:56: Highlanders need two set points to end it, Tie match with a 26-24 victory
4:51: Just like that. Trojans on a 4-0 run, take a 22-21 lead. TO NJIT
4:47: Highlanders playing much better. Leading Set 2 20-18. TO Trojans
NJIT still having problems with serve-receive. SC wins 25-17

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7 p.m. Concordia (0-3) at No. 4 Hawaii (1-0)
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4 p.m. NJIT vs. USC
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COMMENTS

  1. Manoafan January 11, 2019 5:10 pm

    Let’s go Warriors. I’ll be at the arena to cheer tonight. Hope we get a good crowd.


  2. Cindy Luis January 11, 2019 5:30 pm

    Reminder our style has changed.
    Updates in the main box, responses on the thread.


  3. Chicken Grease January 11, 2019 7:02 pm

    Got some Oahu guys on Concordia team?

    Where he heck IS that place?

    ๐Ÿค”


  4. Cindy Luis January 11, 2019 7:04 pm

    3. School is Concordia-Irvine
    2 Oahu, one big island. Punahou & Hanalani, Kamehameha-Hawaii.
    As mentioned, SEE main box for live updates


  5. Savich January 11, 2019 7:22 pm

    Concordia-Irvine, it looks to be like TF Wells is calling the VB game tonight. I’ll stick to UH again to win. Even though it is only 23 minutes into the match.


  6. Savich January 11, 2019 7:27 pm

    ๐Ÿ™‚ Three Hawai’i players, wow. I am not sure who to cheer for. That must be a personal matter for the parent’s of the three players. After all, they did have a choice to stay home, instead they had to leave.


  7. t103 January 11, 2019 7:29 pm

    Oh my, that quick 3 set to Gasman in the middle from Joe all the way from almost the sideline was nasty, haha Concordia wasn’t ready and didn’t expect that one!


  8. T103 January 11, 2019 7:58 pm

    Savich, what the heck are u talking about? This is a volleyball thread, can u please keep it on point and not about other topics?


  9. Savich January 11, 2019 8:21 pm

    Nobody mentioned Larry Tuiletta. Who is 6-2. ๐Ÿ™‚


  10. brandon January 11, 2019 8:25 pm

    Why isnt savich banned yet?


  11. T103 January 11, 2019 8:27 pm

    Savich, Tua isn’t on team anymore cuz he used up his eligibility. Side note, so many delays and challenges. it’s their right to do so. anycase, good to see Charlie go to the depth of the bench, this year Is looking promising!


  12. T103 January 11, 2019 8:34 pm

    I know that on the football blog run by Tsai, he mentioned that he had to delete a lot of random posts by savich, like the kind we are seeing tonite. Not sure if he’s banned or not from the football blog. Savich, if u can’t somehow keep on topic of what this particular blog is about and keep posting random non-connected things, u should probably just sit back and enjoy reading the comments on this thread. Or Cindy, maybe someone should give warning and if it carries on, ban them?


  13. Savich January 11, 2019 9:06 pm

    Nate Herbig? Nothing news still. Who’s buying? Only them.


  14. T103 January 11, 2019 9:11 pm

    I give up! lol I wish this blog had a feature where we as blog readers could flag a particular poster and it automatically allows us to not see any of their posts. One can dream.


  15. jm2375 January 11, 2019 9:20 pm

    T103 – Tsai tried, but other bloggers arenโ€™t banning him, so … Every so often, he gets out the broom.

    Just ignore the troll.

    BTW, itโ€™s Tui not Tua.

    Good game tonight. Still need to clean up some mistakes.


  16. WaWa January 12, 2019 10:17 am

    I know it’s just the beginning and we opened with a couple of weak teams (how was this year’s CUI team compared to last when they beat BYU?), but I’m not convinced we have the passing and blocking/defense to compete with the likes of the LBSU’s, BYU’s, dare I say CSUN’s although they had a fine year last year and are looking just as tough if not tougher.

    Savich, BYE. Although I do wonder what an internet troll, such as yourself, looks like in real life.


  17. Cindy Luis January 12, 2019 5:25 pm

    Sorry, but I don’t have the authority
    Have mentioned it to our web guys so we’ll see what happens
    Thanks for hanging in
    http://www.hawaiiwarriorworld.com/?p=48021
    new thread up for Saturday


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