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UH athletes hold panel at Kamehameha

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by Brian McInnis on May 6, 2015

Five University of Hawaii athletes held a roundtable discussion about their Polynesian heritage in college athletics at Kamehameha on Tuesday night.

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Big stage for Lojeski

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by Brian McInnis on May 3, 2015

Former Hawaii guard Matt Lojeski has been a key contributor for Greek club Olympiacos, which advanced to the Euroleague Final Four.

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Fleming: I’m staying

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by Brian McInnis on April 13, 2015

Hawaii freshman Isaac Fleming tweeted on Monday that he’s decided to stick around with the Rainbow Warriors.

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Videos: Eran Ganot press conference and Q&A

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by Stan Lee on April 9, 2015

New UH coach Eran Ganot fields questions from the media at his press conference.

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Eran Ganot was introduced as the new UH men’s basketball coach.

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Hawaii lost to UC Irvine 67-58 in the Big West Tournament championship game.

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The Rainbow Warrior basketball team beat UC Davis in the Big West semifinal on Friday. Hawaii will play UC Irvine in Saturday’s championship.

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Video: UH Senior Night

by Stan Lee on March 4, 2015

University of Hawaii players Brandon Jawato and Garrett Nevels were honored on senior night.

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It’s been a pretty good week for University of Hawaii sports. Here are some of the highlights: >> Wins by both basketball teams, including a Big West regular-season championship-clincher for the Rainbow Wahine. This is huge since it guarantees UH a place in the conference tournament semifinals. They just need to win two games to […]

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I was wrong: 76 percent is not “80 or 90″ percent

by Dave Reardon on February 10, 2015

I said on the radio yesterday that “80 or 90″ percent of players that former coach Gib Arnold brought to UH did not complete their basketball eligibility at UH. I came up with that estimate after seeing how many players from Arnold’s first class didn’t finish at UH and adding in 7 out of 8 […]

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