Aloha: The Hawai’ian spirit part of what drives the Sandbows’ success

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Hawai'i Beach Volleyball is tied for second in the Big West with a 18-7 record/Ed Chan,

The University of Hawai’i beach volleyball program is steeped in the aloha spirit, infused from the culture of Hawai’i itself.
“Especially for a guy from Minnesota,” fifth-year Hawai’i coach Jeff Hall admitted …
“It’s a really special place, and the state itself really pushes our culture as a team. We represent more than just ourselves, it’s our teams, it’s our families, it’s our program, our department, and it’s the state. That’s rare for anybody here. They don’t get it like we do. So for us, we kind of carry that torch, and I’m proud of it. We celebrate it, and it’s worked for us.”
Hawai’i, currently 18-7 in duals and in the midst of a two-week break from competition, has been one of the top programs since the inception of college beach volleyball …
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