The Nebraska beach volleyball team fell to Hawaii 5-0 at the Heineken Hawaii Invitational in Honolulu on Sunday.
Madi Kubik and Mari Kurkova opened play for the Huskers at No. 3, falling 21-4, 21-10 to Hawaii's Pani Napoleon and Morgan Martin. That loss was followed by four more in which the Huskers only took one set.
Megan Miller and Callie Schwarzenbach had the closest match at No. 5, losing to Hawaii's Ashley Stevens and Sofia Russo 17-21, 21-7, 15-12.
Miller and Schwarzenback salvaged the Huskers (10-6) in Nebraska's final match of the invite earning the only victory in a 4-1 loss to Boise State.
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The Broncos took the first set 21-12, before the No. 5 duo of Schwarzenbach and Miller took the final two sets 22-20 and 17-15.
Nebraska's No. 1 duo of Lauren Stivrins and Nicklin Hames also went three sets after dropping the first 21-14, and battled back with a 21-16 victory in set two. Stivrins and Hames were unable to gain an edge as the Broncos' Janell Walley and Kendra Bodine closed the match 15-13.
The Huskers will take on Boise State and Hawaii Monday at 5 and 8 p.m., respectively.