A bye week had little affect on the Hawaii volleyball team nationally, with the Rainbow Wahine remaining unranked for the sixth consecutive week in the coaches poll and staying at No. 30 in the Ratings Percentage Index announced Monday.
Hawaii (17-6, 9-3 Big West) did pick up points in the AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 with 44, 15 more points than last week. It puts the Rainbow Wahine outside of the rankings at 28th.
Stanford (26-0), the lone undefeated team in the country, was a unanimous No. 1, receiving all 60 first-place votes. Both Washington (25-2) and Florida State (24-2) lost twice last week with the Huskies dropping from No. 2 to No. 5 and the Seminoles from No. 3 to No. 8.
Long Beach State (22-4, 12-0 Big West) moved up two spots to No. 18 and is the only Big West team ranked.
In the RPI, which is part of the formula used to seed the NCAA tournament, Hawaii stayed at No. 30.
Hawaii is on the road this week with matches at UC Santa Barbara Friday and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Saturday. The Wahine finish out the regular season at home with matches against UC Riverside Nov. 28 and UC Davis Nov. 29.