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Hawaii sweeps Santa Clara to open NCAA volleyball tournament

Rainbow Wahine will face host Washington Saturday

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 06:38 p.m. HST, Nov 30, 2012


Sophomore hitter Jane Croson put down 22 kills and junior hitter Emily Hartong added 17 as No. 8 Hawaii opened the NCAA volleyball tournament tonight with a first-round sweep of Santa Cllara 25-20, 25-13, 25-19 in Seattle.

It was the 20th consecutive victory for the Rainbow Wahine (27-2).

Hawaii advances to Saturday's second-round match against host Washington (24-6). The 13th-seeded Huskies swept Central Arkansas 25-13, 25-17, 25-18 in tonight's second match. 

The Broncos (20-12) got 20 kills from Taylor Milton.

Hawaii hit .386 for the match, including .677 in Set 2 where the Wahine had 21 kills with no errors in 31 attempts. 

Junior libero Ali Longo finished with a match-high 17 digs and freshman middle Jade Vorster was in on six of Hawaii's eight blocks. 






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oldertimer808 wrote:
Does anyone know if OC16 will be televising tomorrows match between Hawaii and the winner of Washington and Central Arkansas?
on November 30,2012 | 04:27PM
Dragonman wrote:
Yes OC16 will broadcast tomorrows Wahine match.
on November 30,2012 | 04:47PM
oldertimer808 wrote:
Do you know what time is the match? Mahalo.
on November 30,2012 | 04:57PM
ski3779 wrote:
Match with Washington will be a 5:00pm.
on November 30,2012 | 07:25PM
kennie1933 wrote:
Great job, Wahine! Let's just tear through this regional! Ironically, an old article is at the top of the "More from the SA" section below and at first, I thought they played two matches and lost to Washington in the next round. But, that should serve as a reminder NOT to have history repeat itself!
on November 30,2012 | 04:27PM
nj24 wrote:
You can go to www.ncaa.com and watch any game live. I can hear Jim Leheay call the Washinton match with Central Arkansas.
on November 30,2012 | 05:18PM
JohhnyB wrote:
You noticed how "full" that small gymnasium looked? If the games were at the Stan, sold out for sure. What was the NCAA thinking?
on November 30,2012 | 06:13PM
bleedgreen wrote:
The brackets are skewed to favor Penn St. who has only No. 8 Minnesota or No. 9 Florida St. to punch their ticket to the Final Four. In Hawaii's bracket, besides No.13 Washington, they have to get past No. 4 Nebraska and probably No. 5 Oregon to get to the Final Four. Hosting the first two rounds is immaterial They're in the toughest bracket.
on November 30,2012 | 07:41PM
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