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2011 WAC Volleyball Tournament - Orleans Arena - Las Vegas
(All times Pacific)
Monday, Nov. 21 (Opening Round)
Match 1-#3 NM State 3, #6 San Jose State 0
Post-Match Video: NMSU | SJSU
Live Stats WAC.tv Final Box Recap Photos
Match 2-#5 Fresno State 3, #4 Utah State 0
Post-Match Video: FS | USU
Live Stats WAC.tv Final Box Recap Photos
Tuesday, Nov. 22 (Semifinals)
Match 3-#3 NM State 3, #2 Idaho 0
Post-Match Video: NMSU | UI
Live Stats WAC.tv Final Box Recap Photos
Match 4-#1 Hawai‘i 3, #5 Fresno State 2
Post-Match Video: UH | FS
Live Stats WAC.tv Final Box Recap Photos
Wednesday, Nov. 23 (Championship) - ESPNU
Match 5-#1 Hawai‘i 3, #3 NM State 0
Post-Match Video: UH | NMSU
Live Stats ESPNU
Final Box

All photos by Kin Lui

2011 WAC Volleyball Tournament Bracket
2011 All-WAC Teams
2011 WAC Volleyball Tournament Notes

Hawai'i 3, New Mexico State 0 (25-22, 25-18, 25-20)
The Rainbow Wahine earned their 11th WAC Tournament title with a sweep of New Mexico State in the championship match Wednesday. Kanani Danielson posted her WAC-leading 17th double-double of the season with 10 kills and 17 digs en route to MVP honors.

All-Tournament Team (Video)
Brianna Clarke, Fresno State
Allison Walker, Idaho
Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State
Meredith Hays, New Mexico State
Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State
Jane Croson, Hawai‘i
Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i
MVP: Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i

New Mexico State 3, Idaho 0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-16)
The third-seeded Aggies had three players in double-digit kills as they knocked off No. 2 Idaho in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament Tuesday. NM State out-hit the Vandals .333 to .211 on the match. Meredith Hays posted her 11th double-double of the season, finishing with 18 kills and 15 digs. Stephanie Ziegler added 14 kills and Kelsey Brennan tallied 13 kills on .591 hitting. Allison Walker paced the Vandals with 18 kills.

Hawai‘i 3, Fresno State 2 (23-25, 19-25, 25-20, 25-11, 15-)
The No. 3 Rainbow Wahine rallied from down two sets to defeat Fresno State in five sets in the second semifinal match. WAC Player of the Year Kanani Danielson led all players with 24 kills and added 12 digs for her 16th double-double of the season. Jane Croson also posted a double-double of 13 kills and 14 digs, while Brittany Hewitt tallied 10 kills for Hawai'i. Fresno State was paced by Korrin Wild's double-double of 18 kills and 12 digs, while Brianna Clarke added 18 kills and Maci Murdock chipped in 14.

Opening Round
New Mexico State 3, San Jose State 0 (25-11, 28-26, 25-13)
The Aggies out-hit the Spartans .371 to .190 and WAC Freshman of the Year Meredith Hays posted a match-high 14 kills as New Mexico State swept past San Jose State in the first match of the WAC Tournament Monday. San Jose State was led by Samantha O'Connell's 10 kills.

Fresno State 3, Utah State 0 (25-18, 25-19, 25-10)
The Bulldogs out-hit the Aggies .381 to .100 and Korrin Wild posted a match-high 17 kills as Fresno State swept reigning champion Utah State in the second match of the WAC Tournament Monday. Fresno State's Christina Lee posted a match-high 18 digs, while Barbara Alcantara dished out 44 assists. Liz McArthur led Utah State with seven kills.

New Mexico State
Seattle U
Utah Valley
Grand Canyon
Texas-Pan American
Chicago State
CSU Bakersfield -
Chicago State -
Grand Canyon -
New Mexico State -
Seattle U -
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