Check out Off the Block special contributor Jonathan Bates’ postmatch interview with coach Charlie Wade after No. 5/4 Hawai’i rallied to defeat USC in five games on Monday. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block’s interview with Hawai’i coach Charlie Wade as his team prepares to play Penn State in the NCAA Tournament play-in match on Tuesday. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block special contributor Jonathan Bates’ postmatch interview with coach Charlie Wade after No. 1 Hawai’i defeated No. 12 UCLA on Monday to remain in sole possession of first-place in the MPSF. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block special contributor Jonathan Bates’ postmatch interview with coach Charlie Wade after No. 6 Hawai’i defeated No. 10 Long Beach State in four games on Friday. Continue reading
Opposite Tanner Jansen for the second consecutive match led the Trojans in kills and helped No. 8 USC complete the conference series sweep against No. 9 Hawai’i.
Jansen had a match-high 13 kills as the Trojans swept the Rainbow Warriors 25-22, 25-20, 25-18 on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Hawai’i will have a conference road trip unlike any other team in the nation for the 2014 season.
Coach Charlie Wade said in a recent interview with Off the Block that Hawai’i will play two-match road series against both Stanford and Pacific within a five-day span during the upcoming season.
Hawai’i coach Charlie Wade is getting his ideal tournament field for the upcoming Outrigger Invitational.
Wade said Monday in an interview with Off the Block that for the second consecutive year Penn State, Ohio State and UCLA will participate along with Hawai’i at its annual home tournament during the 2014 season.
One of the biggest men’s volleyball non-conference tournaments will have a different look from previous seasons in 2012.
Hawai’i coach Charlie Wade said Thursday that UCLA, Lewis and Springfield College will play in the 2012 Outrigger Invitational in January. It is the first time in the 17-year history of the Hawai’i home tournament that Springfield College will play in it and the first time for Lewis since 2005.
“There is no shortage of teams that want to come out here and play in Hawaii,” Wade said. “It’s going to be fun to play them, and it’s going to be fun for our fans to see some nice teams come out that they don’t normally get to see.”