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by Flavia Brakling, Sports editor


HPU had a slow start on Nov. 1, struggling to win the first set (32-30). However, the team came back more focused to win the next two sets (30-20 and 30-20). On the second night, HPU sent Chaminade home with one more straight-sets victory (30-24, 30-27, 30-25).

Middle blocker Barbara Martin accumulated 42 kills, three solo blocks, and four block assists in both matches, earning her PacWest Player of the Week for the third time this season.

With Paula Koikopoulos, who had nine total blocks and 25 kills, HPU confirmed its dominance on the net.

“ Because our passing is getting better, it is easier to play with the middles,” said Koikopoulos. “This will be our key to do well in postseason.”

The Lady Sea Warriors played two games with Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i on Nov. 8 and 12 while this issue went to print.

HPU begins postseason play in the Pacific Region Tournament, Nov. 17-20 at a location to be determined.
 
 

 

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