The Warriors were honored at the Capitol today by Gov. David Ige. Not all the players were there, some stayed on mainland, some finishing finals.
— Hawaii Warrior World (@hawaiiwworld) May 8, 2019
The AVCA announced its Beach Volleyball All-America teams today with SandBows Emily Maglio and Amy Ozee earning honorable mention.
It’s the first honor for Ozee while Maglio earned All-America mention for the third time. Maglio was named a first-team All-American her freshman (2016) and junior (2018) seasons.
Maglio-Ozee each finished 25-11 overall on the season. They played in 28 of 38 matches together and were paired together for the first time 10 games into the season, finishing with a 21-7 mark. The duo played all but one of its matches at the No. 1 flight.
This is the second honor this week for Maglio and Ozee, who were also named to the All-Big West first team on Monday. Maglio leaves second all-time at UH in overall wins (112) and is one of just five players in program history to crack century-win mark. Ozee, who will return next year as a senior, ranks 10th all-time at UH with 72 wins.
A total of eight pairs across the country were named to the AVCA All-America Team. Maglio and Ozee were a part of six other individual players who earned honorable mention.
— Big West Volleyball (@BigWestWVB) May 8, 2019