Rainbow Wahine head women's volleyball coach Robyn Ah Mow announced on Tuesday that setter Bailey Choy is transferring home to play her final season at the University of Hawaii.

Choy, an 'Iolani graduate, will join Hawaii's five incoming freshmen and two transfers from Oregon when practice starts up in August.
 
"I remember being in the atmosphere when I was at home in high school and even when I was growing up. And being in that atmosphere with all of the Hawaii fans and to be able to play in front of my family, I'm just really excited", said Choy on being able to play at the Stan Sheriff Center.
 
Choy, who is completing her undergraduate degree at Utah right now has one year of eligibility left. She is returning home to complete her Master's Degree at the University of Hawaii's Shidler College of Business.
 
Choy has been the starting setter for the Utes for the past three seasons. In her career, she has racked up 3,254 assists with 860 digs and 47 total blocks.

In high school, Choy helped lead the Raiders to the Division I State Championship match in 2015.