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Hawaii men’s volleyball sweeps Long Beach to win second national championship in a row

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                                Hawaii players celebrate after defeating Long Beach State.

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    Hawaii players celebrate after defeating Long Beach State.

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                                Hawaii players and coaches posed for a group photo Saturday after defeating Long Beach State to win the NCAA men’s college volleyball championship in Los Angeles.

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    Hawaii players and coaches posed for a group photo Saturday after defeating Long Beach State to win the NCAA men’s college volleyball championship in Los Angeles.

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                                Hawaii’s Dimitrios Mouchlias elevated for a hit against Long Beach State in Saturday’s NCAA men’s college volleyball championship match in Los Angeles.

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    Hawaii’s Dimitrios Mouchlias elevated for a hit against Long Beach State in Saturday’s NCAA men’s college volleyball championship match in Los Angeles.

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                                Hawaii’s Spyros Chakas, left, went for a dig next to teammate Chaz Galloway during Saturday’s NCAA men’s college volleyball championship in Los Angeles.

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    Hawaii’s Spyros Chakas, left, went for a dig next to teammate Chaz Galloway during Saturday’s NCAA men’s college volleyball championship in Los Angeles.

It was a boom with a broom, a sweep on a neutral court where Hawaii neutralized top-seeded Long Beach State en route to becoming the fifth consecutive program to win back-to-back NCAA men’s volleyball titles. Read more

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