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Cindy Luis covers University of Hawaii volleyball for the Star-Advertiser.

She began her career as a sports journalist in Hawaii in 1981 with the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and was the sports editor, assistant sports editor, columnist and beat writer during a 31-year span before the paper became the Star-Advertiser. She graduated from UCLA in 1977 with a B.A. in Communication Studies.

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                                Middle blocker Guilherme Voss and his Hawaii teammates will never know if they were good enough to bring the program a national championship.
Men’s volleyball team sees title hopes end

This is worse than 2018. At least then, the Hawaii men’s volleyball team could put faces and names to those who decided against giving the Rainbow Warriors the at-large berth in the NCAA tournament. Read more

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No fans for UH matches at CSUN

The Big West has left it up to individual institutions in regards to allowing spectators into its men’s volleyball matches for the foreseeable future. Read more

SandBows remain at 4 in AVCA Poll

A bye week did not change the ranking for the Hawaii beach volleyball team, with the Rainbow Wahine (7-2) remaining at No. 4 in Monday’s American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 20. Read more

                                Hawaii opposite Rado Parapunov (19) drops to his knee at teammate Max Rosenfeld (13) after he made a kill during the third set against the BYU Cougars at Friday’s match.
Hawaii volleyball hitter Rado Parapunov earns BWC honor as Warriors fall to No. 2 behind BYU

Friday was the 50th sellout in the Stan Sheriff Center for a Hawaii athletic team. Senior opposite Rado Parapunov matched that total with his number of attacks, putting down a career-high 30 of them in the Rainbow Warriors’ reverse sweep of Brigham Young on Friday to gain a split of the men’s volleyball matches between Nos. 1 and 2. Read more

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