POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 14, 2012
~~<p>Silly String. A crown. And enough lei for a well-stocked flower shop.</p>
Silly String. A crown. And enough lei for a well-stocked flower shop.
Those are the memories that Emily Maeda has of Oct. 17, 2009, the night Hawaii coach Dave Shoji earned his 1,000th career victory. A freshman then, Maeda didn't play in the four-set win over New Mexico State, but the defensive specialist vividly remembers the last point going down: a solo stuff of Stephanie Ziegler by Brittany Hewitt to end it at 25-8 and begin the very loud and long celebration. Login for more...