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Wahine volleyball lands Alabama transfer


Wahine volleyball lands Alabama transfer


On Friday, the University of Hawaii women’s volleyball team announced the signing of Mylana Byrd, a setter who transferred from Alabama and will have two years of immediate eligibility for UH. The Rainbow Wahine are coming off a 26-4 season in 2019 and advanced all the way to the Sweet 16. However, the ‘Bows lost their top two setters in Big West Player of the Year Norene Iosia and Bailey Choy to graduation.

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