By Tiff Wells.
November 14, 2010. Playing their third match in a four-day span on the road, No. 3-ranked Hawai‘i brought with them to Reno, Nevada, two perfect Western Athletic Conference records. UH was 14-0 overall in conference matches and 42-0 in conference sets heading into the Nevada match. Chanteal Satele hit .524 with 12 kills and Kanani Danielson added 14 kills to go along with nine digs as the Bows swept Nevada, 25-13, 25-20 and 25-22. Setter Dani Mafua recorded 36 assists as the offense hit .400 for the match. Libero Liz Ka‘aihue contributed to the victory with 16 digs. The win for UH broke the school record for consecutive sets won, which previously was at 54, set during the 2002 season. Four nights later, UH swept Idaho to become the first and only team in school history to go through the entire conference season without dropping a set.