FINAL No. 1 Hawai’i 3, No. 7 Beach 2

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Set 5: UH wins 15-8

10:18: Thelle with the dump to end the marathon

10:12: Parapunov with 25th kill. UH up 10-6. TO Beach. Worsley with career high 16 digs

1002: Parapunov with his second ace. He now has 104, passes Eyal Zimet for fifth all-time

UH up 4-1. TO Beach

10:00: Voss starting for Rosenfeld

Set 4 Beach wins 25-20

9:55: Gasman blocked. and for the 7th time in 10 meetings Hawai’i-Beach going 5

9:51: Two kills by Parapunov and UH closes to 22-19. TO Beach

9:46: Galloway blocked. Beach up 21-16. TO UH

9:42: Parapunov matches his jersey number with 19th kill. UH pulls to 18-15. TO Beach

9:35: Call stands. It’s 14-11. Parapunov hitting error. It’s 15-10 at the TTO

9:34: Hawai’i challenging net violation on Beach block

Set 3: UH wins 25-17

9:17: Chakas with his fifth kill ends it. Gasman has tied his career best with 14 kills

9:13: Great set by Worsley to Parapunov, his 14th kill. Hawaii up 22-15. TO Beach

9:04: Gasman with his 12th kill. UH up 15-9 at the TTO

8:58: Finally Poole called for a lift. UH up 11-6. TO Beach

8:50: Don’t get Patrick Gasman made. he is 11-0-14

Set 2: UH wins 32-30

8:43: Call stands. Set 2 lasted 64 minutes

8:40: Beach challenging ball landed in. But think it hit the antenna. We shall see

8:35: Call stands, 26-26

8:31: Beach challenging a net violation. Think it would be a replay if it’s overturned

8:30: deja vu. UH up 24-23. gasman service error ties it

8:26: Gasman with his sixth block. UH ties at 22. TO Beach. Hawaii has three consecutive blocks of Olivier. Would not be surprised to see Aidan Knipe come in to set

8:22: Hawai’i closes to 21-19. TO Beach

8:18: Another discussion about the crowd noise.

8:15: Beach up 20-16. TO UH. Siegfried 8-0-10, Olivier with 11 kills

Call overturned. It’s 16-12

8:09: Beach challenging a net violation. If it stands it would be 15-13

8:05: Everything going the Beach’s way. It’s 15-10 at the TTO

7:59: too funny. They brought back the noise after Parapunov kill so sounds like only noise for Hawai’i point

7:52: oh those cutouts. Beach complaining about the piped in crowd noise. It is really loud

Siegfried a season high 7 kills 7-0-7

7:46: Beach on a 5-0 run. Beach up 5-2. TO UH

13 ties in Set 1. Beach scores final three points Siegfried with the start is 6-0-6

Hawaii’s middles doing well Rosenfeld 4-0-5. Gasman 3-0-3

Set 1 Beach wins 26-24

7:38: Parapunov blocked to end it.

7:35: Olivier with the kill. Beach now serving for the set, 25-24. TO UH. Andersen serving. Not a good rotation for UH

7:32: Rosenfeld with his fourth kill. It’s 24-23. TO Beach

7:26: Hawaii had been up 20-17. But Beach has closed to 20-19, including a service overpass. TO UH

7:23: Gasman with the solo stuff. UH up 19-17. TO Beach

7:17: Ace by Chakas gives Hawai’i the 15-14 lead at the TTO

Spyros Chakas making the start in place of Cowell, who injured his ankle during warmups Friday. but played through it. Max Rosenfeld in for Guilherme Voss.

Change for Beach Ethan Siegfried (Punahou) on OH. Poole getting his second start at setter in place of Aidan Knipe

No. 7 Long Beach State (3-2, 3-2) at No. 1 Hawai’i (10-0, 5-0 Big West), 7 p.m.

Radio: 1420-AM/94.7-FM  http://player.listenlive.co/27971

TV: Spectrum Sports. Been told Hawaiian Tel also has 89/1089

Live stats: http://stats.statbroadcast.com/broadcast/?id=347589

Other scores

No. 3 UC Santa Barbara (10-4, 5-3 Big West) def. No. 14 UC Irvine (2-11, 2-6 Big West), 25-18, 25-19, 25-19

No. 13 UC San Diego (3-7, 3-3 Big West) def. CSUN (1-5, 1-5 Big West), 25-20, 12-25, 25-23, 35-37, 15-9

No. 6 UCLA (13-4, 13-4 MPSF) def. No. 9 Grand Canyon (4-10, 4-10 MPSF), 25-16, 29-27, 19-25, 25-15

George Mason (14-5, 11-5 EIVA) def. No. 8 Penn State (17-3, 14-2 EIVA), 25-20, 12-25, 25-19, 23-25, 15-11

No. 10 NJIT (13-5, 13-3 EIVA) def. Saint Francis (5-18, 4-12 EIVA), 25-17, 25-13, 25-23

Ball State def. No. 12 McKendree 20-25, 25-15, 25-23, 25-27, 15-13

Stanford def. Concordia-Irvine 27-25, 25-22, 21-25, 21-25, 15-12

Daemon (10-0) def. St. Francis Brooklyn to remain undefeated, 26-28, 25-23, 25-14, 25-12

Doubt that the Wildats will get an at-large berth into the NCAAs but still an accomplishment.

And a big win for Quincy over Ohio State, 25-22, 19-25, 16-25, 25-21, 15-10

Just the second for the Hawks over the Buckeyes all-time

 

13 Comments

  1. What’s up with UH tonite? Can’t just be Cowell’s absence. Maybe LBSU is on a mission….

  2. People are really going to miss Rado. He takes so many out of system balls and sides out at a high rate. And Gasman is so dominant. Enjoy them while we got them.

  3. Jekyll & Hyde play…after a string third set, UH playing poorly. Let’s have some consistency. Yes, LBSU is making plays, but UH is making too many unforced errors.

  4. That was both nerve-wracking and exhilarating. So happy for the hard earned win, especially without Colton playing. When Colton being out was announced on Game On before the match, I was a little worried, particularly when it came to Hawaii’s passing. I was wondering if the other players were going to be able to make up for the absence of Colton. I’m glad they were able to sort of work their way into the match. That win in the second set really brought the momentum into the third. Gasman was a terminating force in middle in that set. It’s kind of funny that in the past year, the two most exciting wins (BYU and Long Beach) happened without Colton in the match. Crossing my fingers that he recovers quickly and everyone stays healthy for the rest of the matches this season.

  5. I think the games without Colton are “exciting” is because we really don’t know what to expect–we take the first string for granted. However, the fact that we won those games show that our depth is good and we should be okay.

    I’m with Cindy. After our last game at BYU, I am dumbfounded that Long Beach had the gall to complain about the noise being too loud, esp. since their were in the Stan Sheriff where the noise would really be loud if the fans were there. They should have been content and accepted the gift of a canned audience. If the noise bothered the servers, they need to dig deep within and focus more strongly.

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