Hawai’i was dominant in set one, earning a 10 point win after recording 20 kills and a .452 hitting percentage. The Broncos were only able to notch seven kills and a .067 hitting percentage.
Set two was a bit more even most of the way through with
Set three began in an exciting fashion with
Senior Jeanette Jenkins and sophomore Sadie Maughan, who was named to the All-WAC second team on Wednesday, led the Broncos in kills with five each while Maughan added four block assists as well. Blaha led the match in blocks with six (one solo) while King added five block assists and five digs. Junior Jeanene Rose led the Broncos with six digs and sophomore Lauren Hamm had five while senior Mandy Klein added 15 set assists.
The Rainbow Wahine were led by Jamie Houston and Kanani Danielson with 12 kills each. Danielson also earned a .476 hitting percentage and led the team with three blocks (two solo). Stephanie Brandt tallied 45 set assists while Tara Hittle led the backcourt efforts with 17 digs. Aneli Cubi-Otineru recorded the only double-double of the match with 10 kills and 11 digs while also adding one service ace and one block assist.
The WAC tournament semifinals begin at 8 p.m. (Mountain Time) on Friday with No. 1 seeded