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How to watch the sold out Wahine-USC match

Wahine will take on top seeded USC tonight at the Stan Sheriff - Photo: University of Hawaii Wahine will take on top seeded USC tonight at the Stan Sheriff - Photo: University of Hawaii
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Rainbow Wahine take on top ranked University of Southern California in the opening match of the NCAA Honolulu Regional tournament tonight at 7 p.m. at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Tickets for the NCAA Honolulu Women's Volleyball Regional are sold out.  The only way to watch the match will be on the internet. Oceanic Time Warner Cable and Hawaiian Telcom says that customers with an internet connection can view the live webcast on ESPN3.

Oceanic Cable customers must follow these directions: To view the streaming sports content on ESPN3, subscribers must have 1) ESPN as part of their Oceanic service, and 2) a Time Warner Cable MyServices username and password to log in to ESPN3 when prompted. For information on how to register for a MyServices username and password, visit http://www.oceanic.com/support/register_for espn3. For a video tutorial, visit www.oceanic.com

Hawaiian Telcom High-Speed Internet subscribers: For more information and FAQs regarding ESPN3.com access that is included at no additional charge with Hawaiian Telcom High Speed Internet service, visit http://www.hawaiiantel.com/Residential/Internet/ESPN3/tabid/644/Default.aspx.

Should the Rainbow Wahine win the semi-final game against Southern California, the bows' will advance to the finals where they will face either Pepperdine or Kansas State.

The finals will be broadcast live on Saturday, December 10 at 7:00 p.m. on ESPNU, available on Oceanic channels 219 and 1219 (HD) and Hawaiian Telcom channels 73 and 1073 (HD).

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