2 Matches: Saturday closed to public; Sunday open

The Rainbow Wahine, seen here at their Green & White scrimmage, will get in a pair of matches against Kansas State, after all. / Photo by Brian McInnis

Improving weather conditions has led to another revision of Hawaii’s volleyball schedule this weekend, athletic department officials announced today.

The Rainbow Wahine will play Kansas State at 7 tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center in a match that will be closed to the public.

Sunday’s 2 p.m. match between the two teams, which initially had been closed to the public, will now be open to fans.

From UH:
Efforts are being made to provide a one-camera video stream, radio (ESPN 1420 AM) and live stats through HawaiiAthletics.com for tonight’s match.

Tickets for Sunday’s match are available through ETicketHawaii.com and at the Stan Sheriff Center ticket office beginning at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow. For season ticket holders, please use “Event 3” tickets for entry into match. The Stan Sheriff Center gates will open at 1:00 p.m. Sunday’s match will be televised by Spectrum Sports. Livestats, radio, video streaming (for local Spectrum customers and mainland viewers) will be available.


  1. darkfire35 August 25, 2018 1:53 pm

    Well, I guess that’s better than nothing. I just want to see the Wahine play in some form or fashion. Will you post the link for the stream for tonight?
    Mahalo nui loa as usual for the updates Cindy! You’re the best!
    GO BOWS!

  2. Mike Green August 25, 2018 3:16 pm

    Season ticket holder here (and I know this isn’t Cindy’s decision) – What happens if we can’t make it at 2 pm? (Match on Sunday was supposed to be at 5 pm). Can we still exchange it like Event 1 & 2, if not used? (I will pose that question to UH, however, it isn’t addressed in the release, so I am guessing that they either haven’t thought about it or want to avoid that option).

  3. Kahuna August 25, 2018 3:19 pm

    Thank You UH for doing the right thing. I can definitely understand closing today’s match to the public but closing Sunday’s match for no reason would be hard to swallow.

    I’m glad UH made the right decision. Will look forward to Sunday’s match.

  4. Bleachercoach August 25, 2018 3:49 pm

    All I say and hope things happen in 3.
    Our Hawaii Little League Team was so impressive and inspiring with a HUGE win.
    The Warrior Football Team offense is definitely looking like the June Jones Era.
    Now, its the Volleyball Team to begin their “Hunting Season!”
    What a GREAT DAY to be an Hawaiian Warrior!!! Goodbye Mr.Lane

  5. Big Island Volleyball Fan August 25, 2018 4:22 pm

    Hurrah! So glad I can watch some volleyball this week in California before returning to the Big Island in the middle of September. I guess some people can’t make it to the Sunday 2 PM match if they have to work.

  6. Warriorfan August 25, 2018 4:33 pm

    The live stream might be flooded with more viewers than it can handle unfortunately.
    Wish ocsports was doing the match at least tonight, for the fans.

  7. Cindy Luis August 25, 2018 5:38 pm

    new thread up with links
    2. posted that info yesterday.
    Go to hawaiiathletics.com for the updated info on the Wahine volleyball page

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