The 15th-ranked Wahine volleyball team completed their final homestand of the season last weekend by trouncing TCU and SMU at the Special Events Arena. With the pair of victories, Hawaii improved to 12-0 in the Western Athletic Conference and captured their second straight Pacific Division title.

The Wahine (21-5) came out flat Thursday night as TCU took a 5-2 lead in the opening game. But Hawaii responded by scoring the next 30 points of the match, including a 15-0 shutout in Game 2. A crowd of 5,482 saw every Wahine take action during a 15-5, 15-0, 15-6 sweep over a young and overmatched Volleyfrog squad. The Wahine hit an amazing .476 and outblocked TCU 10-1.

Saturday was senior night as a crowd of 7,567 packed the Special Events Arena to watch Therese Crawford and Cecelia Goods play their final regular season home game. Goods had seven digs and five blocks and Crawford added five kills and three digs in Hawaii's 15-0, 15-5, 15-11 victory over SMU. In the process, Hawaii extended their conference winning streak to 47 matches and completed their 10th sweep in the last 14 matches.

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