1997 Schedule

UH Rainbow
Wahine Volleyball

Thursday, September 25, 1997

Aston Imua Wahine Challenge
Kansas State 3, Illinois State 1
Kansas State 3, San Francisco 0
Hawaii 3, llinois State 2
Aston Imua Wahine Challenge
Hawaii 3, San Francisco 0
Illinois State 3, San Francisco 2
Hawaii 3, Kansas State 0
Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic:
UCLA 3, Houston 0
Hawaii 3, North Carolina 0
Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic
Hawaii 3, Houston 0
UCLA 3, North Carolina 1
Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic
Houston 3, North Carolina 0
UCLA 3, Hawaii 0
Pepperdine 3, Hawaii 2
Pacific 3, Hawaii 1
Hawaii 3, Loyola Marymount 1
Loyola Marymount 3, Hawaii 2
Thursday San Jose State
Next Saturday Fresno State.
Oct. 3 UNLV
Oct. 4 San Diego State
Oct. 9 at Western Michigan
Oct. 10 at SMU
Oct. 11 at TCU
Oct. 16 Rice
Oct. 18 Tulsa
Oct. 23 at Fresno State
Oct. 25 at San Jose State
Oct. 30 at San Diego State.
Nov. 1 at Long Beach State
Nov. 2 at UNLV
Nov. 6 TCU
Nov. 8 SMU
Nov. 14 at Tulsa
Nov. 15 at Rice
Nov. 23 at Stanford
Nov. 24-28 at WAC Tournament, Las Vegas.
Dec. 3 NCAA Tournament first round,
Dec. 6-7 NCAA Tournament quarterfinals
Dec. 11-14 NCAA Tournament regionals
Dec. 18, 20 Final four, Spokane, Wash.


Internet RealAudio Broadcasts

The Big West Volleyball Radio Network will launch play-by-play broadcasting of NCAA Division I Womens Volleyball on Friday, September 26th when the Nevada Wolf Pack host the Idaho Vandals. Some Wahine games will be broadcast in this series. Big West is the only source of Internet play-by-play of Wahine games this season.

University of Hawaii sportscaster Jeff Ruffolo will handle the play-by-play with Mitch Lehman providing the color commentary.

NCAA Volleyball is accessible via RealAudio Broadcast.

The Big West Volleyball Radio Network is accessible via Audionet, the broadcast network on the Internet at http://www.audionet.com.

Fans in Lihue, Kauai can listen to all Big West Womens Volleyball programming via Garden Isle Telecommunications, TV Channel 28 or through cable home reception at 106.3 FM.

Satellite dish owners throughout North America can listen to the programming by tuning to Galaxy 5, Transponder 2, Audio Channel 7.235.

Updates from each broadcast will be available worldwide on The Armed Forces Radio and Television Service. Programming is also available on KHTR-AM and The Vandal Radio Network in Pocatello, Idaho.

Internet Volleyball Web sites include:

Japan Internet Volleyball Magazine
Sports Web/Japan
University of Western Australia
Volleyball Worldwide
Collegiate Volleyball Update
College Sports News
Volleyball Finland
Newfoundland Volleyball Association
Asterix Kieldrecht/Brussels

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