Sorry for all the problem Laptop crashed and still dead
Anyway Hawai’i drops out of poll after O-3 start
Received 30 points Puts them at 30th
Stanford new No 1 followed by Minnesota And Florida Preseason No 1 Texas drops to 4
UCLA up from 13 to 11
San Diego Up from 22 to 17
Utah UHOpponent Sunday Up to 22 from 23
Working on new laptop
Until then using phone
University of Hawai’i middle hitter Skyler Williams (Bellflower, Calif./Mayfair HS) opened her collegiate career by putting on a blocking exhibition, as she was voted Big West Women’s Volleyball Freshman Player of the Week honors.
Taking on three tough opponents in the UH-hosted Texaco Rainbow Wahine Invitational, Williams started each match and emerged with solid numbers of 1.69 kills and 1.62 blocks per set. She also hit a respectable .258 while amassing 22 kills and 21 blocks.
In her collegiate debut she notched six kills, .294 hitting and 12 block assists in a narrow five-set loss to Marquette. The 12 blocks was the most for UH since Olivia Magill totaled the same amount versus St. John’s on Sept. 6, 2014.
Williams hit .318 with eight kills and seven blocks, including a match-high six block assists, against No. 22 San Diego.
She ended the tournament with eight kills and two blocks against No. 13 UCLA.