Set 4: UH wins 25-19 on second match point
2:53: Parapunov ends it with his 17th kill
2:42: UH on a 3-0 run, pulls away at 14-9. TO CSUN
2:38: Challenge denied. UH up 9-6
2:35: CSUN challenging a touch on Walters. If challenge good UH’s lead would be cut to 8-7.
2:32: Challenge good. UH up 5-4
2:30: UH challenging there was a touch on an attack by Parapunov. if overturned Hawai’i would be up 5-4. If not, CSUN would lead 5-4
First time this season Warriors drop a Set 3
Galloway 7-4-14, Gasman 6-1-9, Parapunov 12-7-25, Cowell 8-2-18, Voss 6-0-6. UH with 11 blocks, CSUN 8
Set 3: CSUN wins 25-23
2:21: Parapunov blocked on CSUN’s second set point. On to Set 4
2:13: Warriors with four straight hitting errors, CSUN on a 5-0 run. Matadors up 17-16. TO Hawai’i
2:06: Warriors pulling away at 13-8. TO CSUN
2:05: Parapunov with his 10th kill, UH up 9-6. Parapunov now with 10 or more kills in all 12 matches this season, 18 dating back to last year, 66 fo his career.
2:00 pm: Warriors on a 5-0 run, up 6-3. TO CSUN.
Hawai’i hit .600 in Set 2. Galloway 4-1-7, Thelle 0-1-2. Gasman 4-1-5, Parapunov 7-2-13, Cowell 6-1-12, Voss 5-0-5. For CSUN, Wetter 9-3-19, Hobus 7-4-18,
SET 2: UH wins, 25-20
1:53: Galloway ends it with his fourth kill on Hawai’i’s second set point
1:44: apparently there is a challenge review. CSUN challenges serve out. Matadors win challenge. It’s 14-13.
1:41: Gasman with 2 solo stuffs. UH up 14-11. TO CSUN 1:36: There is no challenge review system at CSUN. A bit of a delay when Warriors argue that the the net was moving and wasn’t Cowell who hit it. No use.
Parapunov 4-2-7, Galloway 2-1-4, Cowell 3-1-8, Voss 3-0-3 SET 1 UH wins 25-17 1:24: PCowell ends it on UH’s second set point
1:17: Warriors pulling away at 18-10. TO CSUN. Hawai’i hitting .467, CSUN .067 1:10: Parapunov ends a long rally, UH up 10-6. TO CSUN
1:01 p.m.: Starting for the Warriors: Chaz Galloway OH, Colton Cowell OH, Jakob Thelle S, Patrick Gasman MB, Guilherme Voss MB, Gage Worsely L, Rado Parapunov Opp
2:59 p.m.: According to 1420-AM broadcaster Tiff Wells Warriors sand Hawai'i Pono'i after the national anthem
12:55: Radio pregame has been lost. Not a rare occurrence on the road and especially at CSUn where the phone lines have long been questionable
No. 1 Hawai’i (11-0, 6-0 Big West) at CSUN (1-5. 1-5), 1 p.m. HST
Colton Cowell likely back in the starting lineup, Coach Charlie Wade said Cowell fully practiced on Thursday and looked ready to go
Warriors can clinch a share of the conference title with a win today and clinch outright with two wins, as well the top seed in the Big West tournament that will be played at SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center