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H A W A I I _ S P O R T S


Friday, October 13, 2000



vs. Nevada Wolf Pack

Bullet First serve: Tomorrow, 4 p.m, University of Nevada Old Gymnasium.

Bullet Coaches: Hawaii, Dave Shoji 26th season (724-137, .840). Nevada, Devin Scruggs, 4th year (57-46, 553).

Bullet Season records: Hawaii (4-0 WAC, 14-0 overall); Nevada (3-2 WAC, 6-9 overall).

Bullet Series record: UH leads series vs. Wolf Pack, 8-1.

Bullet Top players: Hawaii, .Kim Willoughby, 6-0, Fr., RS, 2.78 kpg, 2.41 dpg, .267; Jennifer Carey, 6-1, So. S, 12.40 apg, 2.43 dpg; Jessica Sudduth, 6-2, Sr., LS, 3.30 kpg, 2.26 dpg; Lily Kahumoku, 6-2, So., LS, 4.76 kpg, 2.35 dpg, .331; Veronica Lima, 6-2, Jr., MB, 2.81 kpg, 2.43 dpg, 1.02 bpg; Maja Gustin, 6-2, Fr., MB, 2.64 kpg, 1.71 bpg, .358. Nevada, Suzanne Stonebarger, 5-9, Jr., OH, 3.58 kpg, 4.11 dpg; Michelle More, 6-1, So., MB, 3.19 kpg, 1.07 bpg.

Bullet Interesting facts: Gustin is leading the WAC in blocks and is fourth in the NCAA...Hawaii leads the WAC as a team in hitting (.296)...Nevada has lost to three ranked opponents this year: Minnesota, Long Beach State and Utah...Stonebarger was named WAC Player of the Week for averaging 5.43 kpg in wins over SMU and TCU ... The Wahine return to the Stan Sheriff Center on Monday for a 7 p.m. match with Tulsa (1-3, 15-3).

Bullet Game keys: Hawaii's attack must be sharp against a team averaging 17.25 dpg. Kahumoku, who was feeling ill at midweek, must be able to make a contribution while Sudduth and Willoughby pick up any slack in the offense.

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Pat Bigold, Star-Bulletin

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