Today, Rainbow Warriors maintained first place in the coach’s survey, with two players winning the weekly Big West honors and defeating Lincoln Memorial 3-0 in their third consecutive game.
Meanwhile, Rado Parapunov and batter Colton Cowell recorded 10 murders, and Hawaii achieved an 8-0 record at the Lincoln Memorial in Harrogate, TN, sweeping 25-15, 25-15, 25-23 Did. Redshirt freshman Brett Sheward made his first setter start with 25 assists in the first two sets.
Freshman batter Chaz Galloway was assassinated six times without errors in seven attempts when playing in the first two sets. Freshman batter Dimitrios Mushurias has added six murderers who had errors in playing the last two sets.
Last year, the Warriors, who set a national record in batting rates (.435), beat .603 against Railsplitters (3-3), including .722, which beat Set 2 before Hawaii beat 4. Of its owner.
Hawaii beat the Lincoln Memorial 9-3. Warriors also had an ace lead of 7-1.
Evan Corey led Railsplitters with 15 dead. Three LMU blocks have arrived in set 3.
Hawaii ends its four-game road trip on Tuesday in King, Bristol, TN (2 pm Hawaii time).
Also today, Parapunov was named the eighth Big West player in his career after helping the Warriors open the journey with victory at the 5th Lewis and the 12th Loyola. He maintained personal records of 22 murders in 10 excavations against the flyer and subsequently restored personal records of 23 murders against the Rambler.
Gage Worsley, a second-year libero, has been named defensive player for this week’s third conference, the conference. He conducted 13 excavations at Lewis and 11 at Loyola, averaging 3.0 excavations for each of the eight sets.
Also today, Hawaii is the unanimous first team in the US Volleyball Coach Association’s Male 15 Division I-II, with all 16 votes. Last week, the Warriors won 15 votes and the other was the third UCLA at the time.