MPSF standings 3-28, BYU, Cal Baptist win

Thursday’s results

BYU (h) def. Pepperdine, 25-15, 23-25, 25-23, 25-18

Cal Baptist (h) def. USC, 25-20, 23-25, 25-19, 23-25, 15-10

x-BYU 17-2

x-UC Irvine 14-5

x-Long Beach Stae 13-6

UCLA  11-7

Pepperdine 11-8

Stanford 9-8

CAl Baptist 9-10

UC Santa Barbara 8-10

CSUN  8-10

Hawaii 8-12

USC 5-14

UC San Diego 4-14

Pacific 3-14

x-clinched MPSF berth


  1. Purple&Gold March 29, 2013 9:35 am

    Just sayin’,


    Odd how we seemingly are more concerned about banquets/MPSFplayoffberths/Wahines when that Korean lunatic (Kim Jong Un) is realistically being forced to “save face” with perhaps NOT so mere idle threats. *The state of our world today..* Bill Cosby, Korean Air-Tokyo Service, Pau Hana ‘Good’ Friday on the SA front pages.

    Some believe that N. Korea is really acting out under directives from Beijing (those who truly have the power/aspirations for world dominance).

    “A U.S. strike plan” calls for missles (already on combat ready status) arcing into Hawaii: on my family, Washington: on my home, Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.

  2. Aloha73g March 29, 2013 11:02 am

    And this relates to Cindy Luis, the sports section or Volleyball why? Perhaps you should write a letter to the editor.

  3. Cubicle1126 March 29, 2013 3:34 pm

    purple&gold — you say “WE” are seemingly more concerned about vball happenings than what’s happening in north korea …

    … yet YOU’RE the most prolific poster on here!

  4. Cindy Luis March 29, 2013 3:46 pm

    Well, this is a volleyball blog not a political one. As for what goes on the paper’s front page … I have no control.

  5. Warriorfan March 29, 2013 5:04 pm

    Anyway back to volleyball, I am glad Cal Baptist is not eligible for the playoffs, their average age must be like 23-24. That’s unfair, they have a 23 year old sophomore!!!

    UH has foreign players but they are 18-21 years old!

  6. Cindy Luis March 29, 2013 6:22 pm

    same thing can be said for BYU and age some years
    As for Cal Baptist, NAIA had different regulations. current athletes grandfathered in as the school moves to NCAA II status.

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