Urban-Spieler 2nd in gold bracket, Waves win all brackets

Queen of the Beach (Gold Champion): Kellie Woolever/Kelley Larsen (Pepperdine)
Runner-Up: Olivia Urban/Katie Spieler (UH)
Silver Bracket Winner: Corrine Quiggle/Katie Messing (Pepperdine)
Bronze Bracket Winner: Samantha Cash/Leanna Schroeder (Pepperdine)

Best Offense: Sarah Sponcil (LMU)
Best Blocker: Katie Messing (Pepperdine)
Best Defense: Katie Spieler (UH)
Aloha Spirit: Sophie Asprey (Pepperdine)

Gold Bracket (6 teams)
Round 1
Metter/Sponcil (LMU) def. Knudsen/Dykstra (PEPP) 21‐18, 21‐17
Strehlow/Cook (PEPP) def. Asprey/Racich (PEPP) 13‐21, 21‐18, 15‐10
Woolever/Larsen (PEPP) vs. bye
Urban/Spieler (UH) vs. bye
Woolever/Larsen (PEPP) def. Metter/Sponcil (LMU) 29‐27, 21‐17
Urban/Spieler (UH) def. Strehlow/Cook (PEPP) 21‐15, 21‐18
Woolever/Larsen (PEPP) def. Urban/Spieler (UH) 17‐21, 31‐29, 15‐5
Silver Bracket (8 teams)
Keil/Akana (LMU) def. Tucker/Shreiber (UH) 15‐21, 21‐15, 15‐12
Quiggle/Messing (PEPP) def. Zalopany/Shucht (UH) 21‐12, 23‐21
Tiegs/Taylor (UH) def. Chow/Boyan (UH) 21‐16, 22‐24, 15‐10
Brown/Rooks (UH) Taylor/Bush (LMU) 21‐13, 18‐21, 20‐18
Quiggle/Messing (PEPP) def. Keil/Akana (LMU) 21‐18, 21‐11
Tiegs/Taylor (UH) def. Brown/Rooks (UH) 16‐21, 21‐14, 15‐7
Quiggle/Messing (PEPP) def. Tiegs/Taylor (UH) 21‐17, 29‐27
Bronze Bracket (4 teams)
Suaava/Tedrow (LMU) def. Carr/Castellanos (LMU) 21‐8, 21‐16
Cash/Schroeder (PEPP) def. Maxfeldt/Scioscia (LMU) 23‐21, 21‐16
Cash/Schroeder (PEPP) def. Suaava/Tedrow (LMU) 18‐21, 21‐18, 15‐13


  1. warriorfan March 7, 2015 4:31 pm

    Too bad about the UH teams losing but main thing is they win when it matters most in team competitions and hopefully Tiegs/Taylor will be playing their best in May in Alabama.

  2. jmy March 7, 2015 6:58 pm

    Stanford about to beat BYU again, up 2-1, 20-15 in the 4th…

  3. jmy March 7, 2015 7:14 pm

    Stanford won in four…

  4. lina March 7, 2015 7:25 pm

    Stanford upsetting BYU again tonight in 4 sets. This changes the current MPSF playoff picture.

    Now, a win tomorrow night vs. Pepperdine looks like it could be huge in terms of seeding for MPSF playoffs. If Hawaii can get the top overall seed, that would be a definite advantage to them! Here’s to hoping for another win tomorrow!!!

  5. warriorfan March 7, 2015 7:38 pm

    Yes tomorrows match is the biggest home match of the year thus far, too bad for mainland and outer island fans who won’t be able to see it.

    BYU seems to be very mortal out of Provo.

  6. vbfan4life March 7, 2015 11:09 pm

    was BYU plagued by illness, Stanford coming together as of late, a combo? Too bad we play BYU @ their home court. Like Charlie has mentioned many times before, have to respect everyone in the league as anyone can pull off an upset anytime when the competition is so fierce

  7. Cindy Luis March 8, 2015 12:34 am

    11. The team duals are more important than pairs tourney.
    The duals are what is reflected in the record and what the polls reflect.
    Tiegs-Taylor will be better in May, as will the rest of the team, as they get used to playing together.

    4. Barely halfway through the season. Still six more weeks to play. Lots of things could happen by the middle of April.
    Agree that Sunday is a big match and always a good thing to hold the tiebreaker.

    5. no one is seeing Sunday match except for those in the arena. There is no TV.

  8. Cindy Luis March 8, 2015 12:41 am

    6. agree BYU losses a combo of the Cougars ill/injured and the Cardinal getting their lineup together. They’ve been playing with a number of things, including running a 6-2 and moving Enriques from libero to OH.
    Heading into Sunday
    UCI 12-2
    Hawaii 11-2
    Pepperdine 9-3
    BYU 10-4
    USC 9-5
    UCSB 8-7
    Beach 7-8
    UCLA 6-7
    Stanford 5-8
    CSUN 3-10
    Cal Baptist 2-12
    UCSD 0-14

  9. rayson March 8, 2015 12:41 am

    6. While it’s possible that any team may upset any other team on a given night, it’s also true that unlike the other top 4 conference teams who have played each other at least once, BYU has yet to play any of the other top 4 teams so its hard to gage how good they may or may not be relative to the other top teams.

    If the Warriors can pull out another win against the Waves it would help them solidify their hold on the #2 spot of the conference. It also puts more pressure on Irvine who still has to play Pepperdine once more at Pepperdine.

  10. Cindy Luis March 8, 2015 10:22 am

    9. very true about BYU, they haven’t played any of the top top and do have a hard time winning outside of Smith.
    Remember, no TV for today’s match (Sunday)

  11. Cindy Luis March 8, 2015 10:29 am


    new thread up on Sunday match

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