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Wahine volleyball will play tonight in a closed match; Sunday’s match open to public

  • DENNIS ODA / AUG. 17

    The Rainbow Wahine volleyball team will finally play Kansas State this weekend. Tonight’s match is closed to the public but Sunday’s 2 p.m. match is open to the public.

Improving weather conditions has led to another revision of Hawaii’s volleyball schedule this weekend, athletic department officials announced this afternoon.

The Rainbow Wahine will play Kansas State at 7 tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center in a match that will be closed to the public.

Sunday’s 2 p.m. match between the two teams, which initially had been closed to the public, will now be open to fans.

For today’s match, efforts are being made to provide a one-camera video stream and livestats online through The radio broadcast, if possible, will be on 1420-AM and

Tickets for Sunday’s match are available through and at the arena ticket office beginning at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Season ticket holders should use “Event 3” tickets for entry.

The arena gates will open at 1 p.m. for Sunday. The match will be televised by Spectrum Sports. Video streaming (for Spectrum customers in Hawaii and mainland viewers) will be available at as will live stats.

The radio broadcast will be on 1420-AM and

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