UH-UOP rewind

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Wade said on the radio that he wasn’t too concerned about Sedore’s ankle, said  he came back out of the locker room and looked to be fine. They have a big break in playing dates, don’t play again until April 4-5 vs. BYU

Not sure why Zarkovic didn’t play. I’m sure Stephen will find out. First time this season Siki didn’t start.


Senior hitter Johann Timmer put down a career-high 15 kills and junior middle Taylor Averill added 12 with just one error as No. 11 Hawaii swept Pacific 25-22, 25-21, 25-15 on Tuesday night in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation volleyball match.

It was the final meeting between the two schools as UOP will drop its program after this season.

The Rainbow Warriors (13-10, 11-9 MPSF) won their fourth road match of the season, one more than they did in all of last season when going 3-10. Hawaii had seven aces and just six service errors, and outblocked the Tigers 8.5-6.in 87 minutes at the Spanos Center.

Junior opposite Brook Sedore had eight kills before leaving midway through Set 2 with an apparent ankle sprain. He did not return.

“Definitely an ankle but it didn’t appear too serious,” Hawaii coach Charlie Wade said of Sedore. “He’ll have some time to rest and get ready for our next matches with BYU (April 4 and 5).”

Hawaii used 13 of the 14 on its travel roster. Sophomore Siki Zarkovic, who had started all previous 22 matches, did not play.

Pacific (2-19, 1-17) was led by Tommy Carmody’s nine kills.



  1. Cindy Luis March 18, 2014 6:47 pm

    so as it stands now. UH is 11-9, half-game behind UCI (11-8) and USC (11-8)
    Stafnord and UCLA at 11-7, UH only has tiebreak on the Bruins
    BYU at 15-2, The Beach at 12-4, Pepperdine at 12-5. UCSB at 12-6.
    Should be an interesting 3 weeks. could come down to the Pepperdine series.

    Remaining matches
    Hawaii 11-9: BYU (2), at Pepperdine (2)
    BYU 15-2: Cal Baptist, UCSB, UCLA, At Hawaii (2), at UCSB, at UCLA
    Long Beach 12-4: At Pepperdine, at USC, at UCSD, at UCI, UCSB, UCLA, CSUN, at CSUN
    Pepperdine 12-5: Long Beach, CSUN, at Stanford, at UOP;USC, Hawaii (2)
    UCSB 12-6 At Cal Baptist at BYU, at Long Beach, at CSUN, Cal Baptist, BYU
    Stanford 11-7: USC, Pepperdine UOP, Cal Baptist, at UCI, at UCSD
    UCLA: 11-7: at Cal Baptist, at BYU, at CSUN, at Long Beach; Cal Baptist, BYU
    UCI: 11-8 CSUN, Long Beach, at UCSD, Stanford, UOP
    USC 11-8 CSUN, Long Beach; at Stanford, at UOP, at Pepperdine USC CSUN,

  2. formerlywarriorfan March 18, 2014 8:51 pm

    Glad they took care of business, Hope Brook is ready to go for BYU. Happy for Timmer.

    If Wade comes back, (I still hope he does not)

    I hope he goes after Pacific middle Tommy Carmody, he’s putting up really good numbers for them (especially blocking wise) and is only a junior so he has another year.
    Not sure why Kupono Fey aint playing more especially against the weaker teams, talk about a wasted year. It has become obvious he and Mol, should have redshirted. Not sure what Wade and co are doing here ,they both barely played all season..

  3. Cindy Luis March 18, 2014 8:56 pm

    kind of a waste to take a junior for one year. unless he’s really an impact player. There’s a reason he’s at UOP, and that could be academics.
    thought Blane said most of the players found places but at least one junior is retiring and going to stay and get his degree next year.
    mol and fey are freshmen with a number of upper clansmen ahead of them.
    Weren’t you the one who said they should play the underclassmen for experience and now you say they should have redshirted them instead of wasting the year?

  4. Brandon. March 18, 2014 9:02 pm

    While I disagree with a lot of Charlie’s coaching ideas, I don’t see why he gets so much hate. Is he really that bad?

  5. FormerlyWarriorfan March 18, 2014 9:48 pm

    I don’t hate Wade, I just am tired of mediocrity. His record after his first year is 46- 50, which is not good.

    3. Well exactly I want them to play not sit around on the bench not getting any better, especially when senior players like Olsen continue to under perform.

  6. FormerlyWarriorfan March 18, 2014 9:53 pm

    3. The thing I really like about Carmody is he is averaging something like 1. 5 blocks per set, leading the MPSF. I’d take that over Holt no offense to him.
    Unless freshmen Luke Owen comes in and is a nice surprise.

  7. volleyball fan March 18, 2014 9:53 pm

    Maybe Zarkowich didn’t play today because yesterday he was the only one hitting negative. Sounds like he’s in a slump or he’s not feeling well or both.

    So now the Rainbow Warriors have a two-week, two-day hiatus. See you there for the BYU match.

  8. jmy March 18, 2014 10:11 pm

    I know it’s still a month away, but it would be an interesting scenario if both BYU & Loyola-Chicago lost their respective conference tournaments…I wonder who would get the at-large…

  9. Cindy Luis March 18, 2014 10:34 pm

    It’s a six-team tournament starting this year. top 2 seeds get byes.

  10. Cindy Luis March 18, 2014 10:37 pm

    6. Carmody is the only junior on UOP. I believe he’s the one Kauwe spoke about when saying he would be retiring and finishing his engineering degree.

  11. vballfreak808 March 19, 2014 10:48 am

    Sand Team ranked #3 in today’s poll. USC at #2 and Nebraska at #8

  12. LC March 19, 2014 11:05 am

    How does an 0-0 team get ranked #8 ? Oh wait it’s Nebraska.

    I was hoping that the SA didn’t even mention Jane in any articles while she is here.

  13. Brandon. March 19, 2014 11:10 am

    12. Why wouldn’t they? Yeah jane had a rocky time at UH, but she still played for the wahine. Of course they will bring her up. Also considering she’s a great beach player as well

  14. vballfreak808 March 19, 2014 11:15 am

    Well Cook and Tiegs win set one easily 21-11 against Croson and Kingdon

    Urban and Chow win set one 21-13

  15. Brandon. March 19, 2014 11:28 am

    How’s tiegs doing? Is her back still bothering her or does she look fine playing?

  16. Ki March 19, 2014 11:44 am

    Hawaii SWEEPS Arizona (5-0).

  17. Brandon. March 19, 2014 11:48 am

    Now let’s see who the real number two is when they play usc. They have the skills and fire power to beat them

  18. uhfan March 19, 2014 1:18 pm

    Tiegs/Cooks & Taylor/Spieler both take the first set against USC 21-18 & 21-9

  19. Brandon. March 19, 2014 1:44 pm

    Come on girls! You can do this!

  20. uhfan March 19, 2014 1:46 pm

    Tiegs/Cook & Taylor/Spieler drop the second set 22-25(typo probably and meant 24) & 19-22. Long/Long take first set 22-20

  21. uhfan March 19, 2014 1:47 pm

    20-22 I meant for Long/Longo

  22. uhfan March 19, 2014 1:49 pm

    Chow/Urban fall in 2 sets

  23. vballfreak808 March 19, 2014 1:52 pm

    Tiegs/Cook take third 15-12

  24. vballfreak808 March 19, 2014 1:53 pm

    Long/Longo win 22-20, 25-23

  25. vballfreak808 March 19, 2014 1:56 pm

    Spieler/Taylor lose third set 13-15

    Hawaii loses 3-2

  26. Brandon. March 19, 2014 1:58 pm

    Aww too bad. Good fight bows! It was a close match and it looks like both sides are equally matched

  27. FormerlyWarriorfan March 19, 2014 2:01 pm

    Bet you uh takes the rematch!

  28. FormerlyWarriorfan March 19, 2014 2:06 pm

    keep in mind usc loses four significant players for next year, uh just one(cook)

  29. mei mei March 19, 2014 3:35 pm

    thanks for all the score updates!

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