UH-Hilo junior libero Hoke surpasses 1,000 career digs
One thousand and counting.
Tani Hoke, the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo women’s volleyball libero, is now part of an elite group. The junior from Kailua, O‘ahu, on Sunday surpassed the 1,000 career digs mark during the Vulcans game against Chaminade University of Honolulu.
Hoke had eight digs in the Pacific West Conference matchup to reach the milestone. She is now ranked No. 2 in the PacWest, with an average of 4.31 digs per set this season. She ranks No. 6 overall in the conference, with 250 total digs.
Following Sunday’s game, the junior libero ranked No. 90 among all active NCAA Division II players as well as No. 15 in digs per set, with an average of 4.69.
Hoke is the sixth Vulcan to reach 1,000 or more digs, joining Mina Grant (1,564), Tanya Fuamatu (1,559), Bria Beale (1,206), Thia Palakiko (1,068) and Laura Rodriguez (1,024).