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As UH says aloha to WAC, here are its best moments

By Dave Reardon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 27, 2012

~~<p>OK, before we get to the debatable stuff, let's take care of the undeniable when it comes to the University of Hawaii as it exits the Western Athletic Conference. When speaking of sustained excellence, the UH Wahine volleyball team dominated the conference like no other. It's simple as that.</p>
<p>Dave Shoji's Rainbow Wahine entered the WAC in 1996 and started a streak of 16 years with at least a share of the regular-season or tournament championship (usually both). It ends only because UH rejoins the Big West this fall. Hawaii won 232 WAC matches and lost just four &mdash;&ensp;a .983 winning percentage. The Wahine were to WAC volleyball what Stephen Hawking was to the math portion of the SAT.</p>
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OK, before we get to the debatable stuff, let's take care of the undeniable when it comes to the University of Hawaii as it exits the Western Athletic Conference. When speaking of sustained excellence, the UH Wahine volleyball team dominated the conference like no other. It's simple as that.

Dave Shoji's Rainbow Wahine entered the WAC in 1996 and started a streak of 16 years with at least a share of the regular-season or tournament championship (usually both). It ends only because UH rejoins the Big West this fall. Hawaii won 232 WAC matches and lost just four — a .983 winning percentage. The Wahine were to WAC volleyball what Stephen Hawking was to the math portion of the SAT. Login for more...



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