Warriors stay at No. 1, 4 in RPI

thanks for the help on posting this on the other thread.
UH stays No. 1 13 votes, Lewis No. 2 3 votes, with Pepperdine 1 vote and UC Irvine 1 vote.

Lewis moved from 4 to 2 and Loyola moved from 2 to 5. Flyers defeated the Ramblers 3-1 in Chicago, second time Lewis has won the head-to-head.

Of import for the at-large berth/RPI is the April 17 match when Lewis hosts Ohio State prior to the MIVA tourney.

speaking of the RPI, thanks for the help as well

RPI has Lewis, Loyola-Chicago, UCI and Hawaii.


  1. wikiwiki April 7, 2015 10:15 am


    Na Wahine Sand at #2. Go Wahines!

  2. po'okela April 7, 2015 10:25 am

    a project freshman? doesn’t sound like someone who could make an immediate impact or help take us to the next level.

    I always feel that hawaii is ONE player short of winning a national championship.

  3. Cindy Luis April 7, 2015 7:49 pm

    new thread up

    2. Po’o probably wasn’t correct in the wording

    Not saying she is a project. The point was that you said you weren’t excited about this player and I was responding to that when I wrote that freshmen are projects when assimilating to this level and with a new team.
    The Wahine are pretty veteran this fall and don’t see a freshman breaking into the lineup. But that remains to be seen.

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