The Maui Information
Riley Wagoner tallied a team-high 17 kills, and the College of Hawaii ladies’s volleyball staff rallied from 0-2 all the way down to defeat Southern California 22-25, 21-25, 25-22, 25-16, 15-8 on Saturday night time in Honolulu.
Wagoner had 12 kills with no errors — hitting .631 — over the ultimate three units to guide the Rainbow Wahine (3-5) to the victory of their non-conference season finale. She additionally had eight digs, two blocks and two aces.
Amber Igiede added 15 kills, six blocks and eight digs, Kate Lang had 41 assists as UH outhit USC .278 to .197, and Tayli Ikenaga had 12 digs for UH.
With their backs in opposition to the wall, the Rainbow Wahine prolonged the match by scoring eight straight factors to show a two-point deficit right into a commanding 18-12 lead within the third set that ended with a Igiede-Braelyn Akana block on Jordan Wilson.
UH by no means trailed within the fourth set, taking management early with a 5-0 run that put Hawaii forward 12-4. The Trojans by no means acquired shut than six factors the remainder of the set.
Within the fifth, the groups had been tied at 7 earlier than Wagoner led a decisive 5-0 run throughout which the junior exterior hitter had three kills and teamed with Igiede on a block.
The Rainbow Wahine closed out the match with three straight factors, capped by a ultimate block from Igiede and Lang.
Skylar Fields had 25 kills and Wilson completed with 15 kills to guide USC (5-3).
UH’s alumnae recreation is about for Friday, and the ‘Bows then start Massive West play at residence in opposition to UC Davis and UC Riverside, Sept. 23-24.
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