Saturday’s loss to UCLA did not hurt Hawaii in the national rankings.
In fact, both volleyball teams moved up a spot in today’s AVCA Coaches Top 25.
The Rainbow Wahine (3-3) were at No. 14 while the Bruins (6-0) were seventh.
The top four remained the same, led by unanimous No. 1 Nebraska. The Huskers (4-0) received all 64 first-place votes.
Wisconsin (5-0), which defeated Hawaii in the season opener, stayed at No. 2 followed by Texas (5-1) and Kansas. Minnesota traded place with Washington with the Gophers (3-1) at No. 5 and the Huskies (5-0) at No. 6.
Rounding out the Top 10 were Florida (4-1), Stanford (3-1) and BYU (6-0).
Hawaii conclude its preseason tournaments with the Outrigger Resorts Challenge. The Wahine play Utah Valley Thursday, Northern Illinois Friday and No. 6 Washington on Sunday.