By Jason Tang - bio | email
MANOA (KHNL) - There's only six matches left for the University of Hawaii Warrior volleyball team, and then it's time for the playoffs. But the way things have gone for UH this year, they might not make it to the postseason for the 2nd time in as many years.
With a 3-13 league record, Hawaii is 11th in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, and while the team is not mathematically eliminated from contention, to give themselves any shot at qualifying, they need to win out, and hope the other teams ahead of them start to fall.
"The 8th place team in the league has 6 wins, we have three so mathematically we're still pitching but we need to get some W's" said head coach Mike Wilton
"We just couldn't get a lineup together, in this sports, consistency is huge," said Joshua Walker.
"Everyone wants to win on this team, it's something we haven't experienced much this season, hopefully we can pull out six wins," said Steven Hunt.
Hawaii hits the road again for the final time against UCLA, Hunt is making the trip, but will be a game time decision. He fractured his hand six weeks ago and hasn't played since.
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