Sedore AVCA Player of the Week

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Sedore, who was the MPSF player of the week Monday, picks up the AVCA national honor today.

From UH

Senior Brook Sedore was named Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week (Feb. 10-16) after his performance last week, where he recorded 20+ kills two nights in a row over USC. He was also awarded conference player of the week honors Monday . It is already UH’s second AVCA weekly award this season and 21st all-time, with Taylor Averill most recently earning the title on Jan. 19.

This week the Rainbow Warriors are ranked second in the conference in kills with 496 (13.05 K/S) and in assists with 463 (12.18 A/S). Junior libero Kolby Kanetake is also ranked second in the MPSF in digs, averaging 2.66 per set. Sedore is currently third in the conference in points, with a total of 164.0 (4.32 P/S).

No. 6 Hawaii (7-3, 4-2 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) hits the road for the second time this season to face Cal Baptist (3-9, 1-8 MPSF), Feb. 11 and Feb. 13 for a pair of conference matches.

UH leads the series 5-3 and swept Cal Baptist last season at the Stan Sheriff Center. After splitting 1-1 last week at home against USC, the Rainbow Warriors look to advance their MPSF record with another sweep over the Lancers. CBU extended a five-game losing streak last week after dropping both matches at BYU (Feb. 6-7).

Next week the Rainbow Warriors return home to host Cal State Northridge on Feb. 20 and Feb. 22.


  1. menehune February 10, 2015 1:13 pm

    Very deserving of this honor, Brook. Super congrats.

  2. 'ohanaInBellingham February 10, 2015 2:59 pm

    I wonder what Brook does to celebrate sweeping the awards?!

    Speaking of which, I noticed for the first time last week that Brook sometimes celebrates a team member’s kill or block with as much gusto as if he had scored the point. What a classy team player.

    Well played, Brook!

  3. 'ohanaInBellingham February 10, 2015 6:13 pm

    If an award for the most improved player were available, I’d give it to Jennings.

    Not only did he bust out a surprise jump serve, he accomplished a 3:7 ace:error record against a good serve-receive team. He was also very offensive, and effective at that. I’ve always felt that an MVP-quality setter should serve and score points on the second touch as well as he/she sets (a la Micah Hancock).

    Jennings, a sophmore in a season still young, has my attention. Bravo, Jennings!

  4. Cindy Luis February 11, 2015 4:38 pm

    see new thread for Hawaii-CBU

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