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Graduation morning

by Stephen Tsai on May 13, 2017

Here are images from the first of two UH graduation ceremonies today:

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Worlds collide

by Stephen Tsai on March 30, 2017

It’s been five years, but it still feels strange that Hawaii, outside of football, is not in the same conference as Fresno State, Nevada or San Jose State. It also doesn’t seem right that UH has less equity than those other schools in the Mountain West because of its football-only affiliation. It would be interesting […]

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Lopez part of exciting future

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by Billy Hull on May 24, 2016

UH freshman Ethan Lopez has been a force at the plate since getting regular playing time.

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RECRUITING: Andrade to come home to UH

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by Billy Hull on May 12, 2016

Maryknoll alum Jedd Andrade is one of three recruits to commit to Hawaii since the end of the fall signing period.

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Von Ruden jumps to No. 1 in UH rotation

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by Billy Hull on May 4, 2016

Hawaii will start someone other than Brendan Hornung in a series opener for the first time all season.

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‘Bows trying to keep pace in BWC

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by Billy Hull on April 21, 2016

Hawaii needs a series win at Cal State Northridge to set up a monster showdown on the road against No. 9 UC Santa Barbara.

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‘Bows no longer have to be perfect

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by Billy Hull on April 16, 2016

Hawaii has continued its best start ever in Big West play by scoring runs and coming up clutch with two outs.

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Big doubleheader Sunday lies ahead

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by Billy Hull on April 9, 2016

Hawaii has a chance to get above .500 more than 30 games into the season for the first time in four years.

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The Big West season is here

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by Billy Hull on April 1, 2016

Hawaii has yet to finish with a winning record in Big West Conference play since joining the league in 2013.

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Last Big West tuneup for baseball ‘Bows

by Billy Hull on March 24, 2016

Hawaii junior Marcus Doi is an important part of the Hawaii offense and came up big in back-to-back games against Chicago State.

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