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HAGGAN WINS TRITON MEN’S VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

The first ever Triton Men’s Volleyball League came to a close over the weekend with Haggan winning the title over The Hammers Volleyball Club.

PRESS RELEASE – The Hammers Volleyball Club came out fired up and defeated Haggan (Powered By Ambrose) 26-24 on the opening set of the Championship Match of the Trident Men’s Volleyball League, but Haggan came back to earn the Championship by wining the next three sets, but it was not easy as the Hammers played hard the whole match.

Haggan was able to win the three straight sets, 25-19, 25-23, 25-21 but most of the sets, the Hammers were able to take an early lead and held tight until the final 5 points, where Haggan pulled away for the victory in each set.

In the semi-finals, Haggan was awarded a forfeit when the UOG Trident Men’s Volleyball Club only showed-up with 3 players and the Hammers VC defeated Guam Community College 3-0 (25-19, 25-19, 25-19).

Haggan finished 8-0 in the league, with a 24-1 set record in the eight matches. The Hammers were 4-4 in the league while Guam Community College finished 3rd with a 2-5 record and the UOG Trident Men’s Volleyball Club finished 4th with a 1-6 record.

Said UOG Athletic Director and TMVL Commissioner, Doug Palmer: “The championship match was a great one to watch, a lot of hard hit winners and blocks back and forth, this was an international level match between Guam (Haggan) and the Chuuk Island team (Hammers VC). But I’m a bit embarrassed that our club team did not show, most of the team members are in our dorms, just a 100 yards away from the UOG Calvo Field House. While “Club” level teams are more for fun and moderate student participation and not expected to do as well as our varsity sports, forfeits are not acceptable behavior at any level especially when the other teams and officials show up for the match.”

Teams: W L Sets

#1. Haggan VC (Powered By Ambrose) 8 0 24-1

Hammers VC 4 4 13-15

Guam Community College 2 5 8-18

UOG Tridents MVC 1 6 7-19

Date Opponents Place Time:

November

4, SaturdayGCC 3, Tridents MVC 1UOG Calvo Field House1:00pm

Haggan 3, Hammers 0Main Court3:00pm

8, Wednesday Haggan 3, GCC 0 UOG Calvo Field House 6:00pm

Hammers 3, Tridents 1Court 38:00pm

11, Saturday Haggan 3, Tridents MVC 0 UOG Calvo Field House 1:00pm

Hammers 3, GCC 1Main Court3:00pm

15, Wednesday Haggan 3, Hammers 0 UOG Calvo Field House 6:00pm

GCC 3, Tridents MVC 2Court 38:00pm

20, Monday Tridents 3, Hammers 0 (F) UOG Calvo Field House 6:15pm

Haggan 3, GCC 0Court 38:00pm

29, Wednesday Haggan 3, Trident 0 UOG Calvo Field House 6:00pm

Hammers 3, GCC 1Court 38:00pm

December

2, Saturday # 1 Haggen 3 Vs.#4 Tridents 0 UOG Field House Forfeit

#2 Hammers 3 Vs # 3 GCC 03-0

Championship – Haggan 3 Vs. Hammers 03-1

  • Team on Left Side of schedule is “Home” Team and wears light uniforms if team has two uniforms.
  • Teams are responsible for 1 ball person per game to chase balls
  • There are Two officials for Championship matches who are responsible for all calls.
  • Championship will be given varsity status with use of main court and side bleachers.

Results:

Saturday, November 4

GCC 3, Tridents MVC 1 – 25-17, 13-25, 25-23, 25-23

Haggen 3, Hammers 0 – 25-17, 25-17, 25-20

Wednesday, November 8

Haggen 3, GCC 0 – 25-18, 25-12,, 2514

Hammers VC 3, Trident MVC 1 – 21-25, 26-24, 25-21, 25-23

Saturday, November 11

Haggen 3, Trident MVC 0 – 25-8, 25-8, 25-19

Hammers 3, GCC 1 – 25-21, 15-15, 12-25, 25-15

Wednesday, November 15

Haggen 3, Hammers 0 – 25-21, 25-10, 25-18

GCC 3, Trident MVC – 19-25, 25-17, 25-21, 18-25, 15-11

Monday, November 20

Trident MVC 3, Hammers 0 – Forfeit

Haggen 3, GCC 0 – 25-15, 25-14, 25-15

Wednesday, November 29

Haggen 3, Trident MVC 0 – 25-16, 25-17, 25-20

Hammers 3, GCC 1 – 25-23, 25-15, 24-26, 25-23

TMVL Playoffs, Saturday, December 2:

#1 Haggen 3, #4 UOG Trident MVC 0 – Forfeit

#2 Hammers VC 3, #3 Guam Community College 0 – 25-19, 25-19, 25=21

Championship

#1 Haggan (Powered By Ambrose) 3 Vs #2 Hammers Volleyball Club 1 (24-26, 25-19, 25-23, 25-21

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