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No. 13 Wahine sweep Fullerton


    University of Hawaii’s Annie Mitchem attacking in the first set of Friday’s match against Cal State Fullerton.

Senior middle Annie Mitchem and freshman hitter Kirsten Sibley each had nine kills as No. 13 Hawaii remained unbeaten in Big West volleyball play with a 25-13, 25-16, 25-18 sweep of Cal State Fullerton tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Senior opposite Nikki Taylor added eight kills, her first match this season where she didn’t have at least 10 kills, and was in on five blocks for the Rainbow Wahine (10-4, 3-0 Big West). The match lasted 95 minutes.

Sophomore hitter Shimen Fayad had seven kills to lead the Titans (6-11, 1-2).

Hawaii closes out its first conference homestand Sunday against UC Riverside at 5 p.m.

It was the 25th consecutive conference victory for the Rainbow Wahine, who ran their record against the Titans to 35-0.

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  • This is the year. The height, the power, the hitters, the setter and when the passing becomes more consistent the Wahine can get to the final four and win it all. The team is forming and coming along. It is noticeable that they have multiple talented players, which many teams of the past did not have.

    • Yup, Granato, who Cindy raved about a few days before, had an AWESOME night with two powerful kills in a tense 3rd game with everything on the line against a fearsome opponent.

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