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UH-Hilo/UH-Manoa glance, Oct. 19

Home games in caps

UH-Hilo

VOLLEYBALL

Friday

vs. DOMINICAN, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday

vs. CHAMINADE, 7:30 p.m.

PacWest stands (through Tue.)

Conf Overall

California Baptist 10-0 18-0

Azusa Pacific 8-2 15-3

Biola 5-3 11-5

Dixie State 6-4 8-10

Fresno Pacific 6-4 8-11

N.D. de Namur 6-5 11-8

Concordia 5-5 9-8

Hawaii Hilo 5-5 8-9

Hawaii Pacific 5-5 7-11

Dominican 4-5 5-12

Chaminade 4-6 9-9

Point Loma 4-6 7-11

Academy of Art 1-10 4-14

Holy Names 0-9 0-18

SOCCER

Men

Saturday

Point Loma 3, UHH 0

Monday

Biola 3, UHH 1

Thursday

at Dixie State, 3 p.m.

Women

Saturday

Point Loma 1, UHH 0

Monday

Biola 2, UHH 0

Thursday

at Dixie State, 12:30 p.m.

PacWest stands

Men

Conf Overall

Point Loma 6-0-2 9-2-2

California Baptist 6-0-1 10-0-2

Notre Dame de Namur 6-1-1 10-1-2

Concordia 5-1 6-3-1

Dixie State 5-2 9-2

Biola 5-3 6-6-1

Azusa Pacific 3-4-1 3-8-1

Fresno Pacific 3-4 4-8

Holy Names 2-2-1 2-7-1

Chaminade 2-5-1 3-6-1

Hawaii Pacific 2-6-1 4-7-2

Academy of Art 2-4 3-7-1

Dominican 0-7 3-8

Hawaii Hilo 0-8 0-11

Women

Conf Overall

Azusa Pacific 6-0-2 6-3-2

California Baptist 6-1 8-4

Biola 5-2-1 9-2-1

Dixie State 5-2 9-3

Fresno Pacific 5-2 5-6-1

Point Loma 5-3 6-5-1

Concordia 4-2 5-4-1

Hawaii Hilo 3-4-1 6-5-1

N.D. de Namur 3-4-1 6-6-1

Hawaii Pacific 2-6-1 6-7-1

Chaminade 2-6 3-8

Dominican 1-5-1 3-7-2

Holy Names 0-4-1 0-9-1

Academy of Art 0-6 0-10-1

GOLF

Men

Oct. 23-24

Dixie State Invitational at Waikoloa Kings’ Course

Women

Oct. 31-Nov. 1

Saint Martin’s (Wash). Invitational

CROSS-COUNTRY

Saturday

PacWest Conference Championships at Belmont, Calif.

UH-Manoa

FOOTBALL

Saturday

Hawaii 37, San Jose State 26

Oct. 28

vs. San Diego State, 5:15 p.m.

TV: ESPN2

VOLLEYBALL

Friday

vs. UC Riverside, 7 p.m.

TV: Spectrum OC16

Saturday

vs. Cal State Fullerton, 7 p.m.

TV: Spectrum OC16

The skinny: Emily Maglio is an animal sciences major, but the Hawaii senior middle lately has been minoring in urban planning.

The Canadian national has put up 38 blocks in the past two weeks, including a combined 18 in two road matches last week. The efforts against Long Beach State and Cal State Northridge earned her a second consecutive Big West volleyball defensive player of the week honor on Monday.

The 6-foot-3 Maglio tied her career high on Friday against the 49ers with her third consecutive match with 10 blocks. She added a match-high 14 kills, hitting .321, for her second straight double-double.

Against the Matadors on Saturday, Maglio had 13 kills — her ninth time in 10 matches in double digits — to go along with eight blocks. She leads the conference with 114 total blocks and 1.54 blocks per set, which rank her eighth and ninth nationally.

Also, Hawaii (13-6, 7-1 BWC) moved up three places to 48 in the Ratings Percentage Index, the computer-generated rankings used by the NCAA to derive a team’s strength of schedule. All of the Wahine’s losses have come against teams with higher RPI: Utah (10), UCLA (15), BYU (17), San Diego (24), Cal Poly (26) and Marquette (36). They only have one win over a team with a higher RPI: Baylor (22).

SOCCER

Women

Sunday

vs. CAL POLY, 5 p.m.

TV: Spectrum Sports

The skinny: Dani Crawford, Sonest Furtado, Keala Parker-Lee, Spenser Jaye, Bo Samson, Paige Okazaki, Kellsie Gleason and Evelyn Fierros will be recognized in a senior night ceremony after the game.

The Wahine and Mustangs each enter 1-4 in Big West play.

Furtado, the reigning Big West Offensive Player of the Week, entered Hawai’i’s all-time top 10 in career goals scored last week after scoring twice against Cal Santa Barbara. She ranks 17th among all NCAA Division I players with 2.15 shots on goal per game this season.

 

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