Coming to a theater near you …

by Stephen Tsai on October 22, 2014

It is understandable for a sub-.500 team to suffer a dropoff in home attendance. It is understandable for fans and their friends to watch a pay-per-view telecast in the comfort of their homes or garages. What should be a concern is when fans prefer to watch a UH game at a movie theater instead of […]


Slammis takes the court

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by Brian McInnis on October 22, 2014

Hawaii 6-foot-6 freshman forward Sammis Reyes participated in a full practice for the first time on Tuesday, as he was cleared to play fullcourt because he’s made adequate progress healing up from a fractured pinkie toe.


Laura Beeman Call the Coach recap

by Brian McInnis on October 21, 2014

Since taking the Hawaii job prior to the 2012-13 season, Rainbow Wahine basketball coach Laura Beeman has earned the reputation amongst the local media as a forthright, solid interview. Her hour on KKEA 1420-AM Tuesday night with Wahine play-by-play man Dave Kawada for the “Call the Coach Show” might have been some of her best […]

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From UH Twenty years ago this week, the Stan Sheriff Center hosted its inaugural University of Hawai`i sporting event and became the “Home Of The ‘Bows.” On Oct. 21, 1994, the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team defeated San Jose State in four sets (15-4, 12-15, 15-2, 15-6) as the arena was successfully dedicated. On Friday, Oct. […]


Team back in Gym 1, first full practice since last week (my bad, they did have practice Saturday. Original post said Thurday) Shoji also back from his recruiting trip. Not in the gym: Nikki Taylor, sounds like she has a cold. Magill cleared for light practice, she wasn’t in during the scrimmaging but did work […]


Back in Manoa

by Stephen Tsai on October 21, 2014

The Warriors resume practicing today in preparation for their two-game home stand against Nevada and then Utah State. After this, the Warriors will play three of their final four regular-season games on the mainland. Head coach Norm Chow was back in the office early this morning after spending most of the past two days with […]

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Practice: Webster-Chan in, Smith out

by Brian McInnis on October 20, 2014

Full health remains elusive for the Hawaii men’s basketball team throughout this 2014-15 preseason. Yet another previously active player, point guard Quincy Smith, was in spectator mode at Monday’s practice with back soreness. However, this time the Rainbow Warriors managed to get a body back on the floor in a one-for-one swap. Swingman Negus Webster-Chan […]

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Hawaii remains unranked, at 29 in RPI

by Cindy Luis on October 20, 2014

RPI Hawaii drops to 29 from 25 CSUN down from 16 to 19 Long Beach State at 31 Hawaii’s other losses Oregon 7, UCLA 13, ASU 36 Link to RPI In the poll Hawaii with 16 points, 1 less than last week, tied with UCF at 30th Long Beach State ranked for first time […]


No plans to redshirt Reilly

by Stephen Tsai on October 20, 2014

The only red shirt Beau Reilly will wear will be the red jersey worn by UH quarterbacks during practices. Coach Norm Chow said Reilly, a 22-year-old freshman who has yet to appear in a UH game, is not redshirting this season. “We have six more games to go,” Chow said. “He knows that.” If healthy, […]

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10-19 Top 25 scores

by Cindy Luis on October 19, 2014

1) Stanford def. Utah 25-20, 25-21, 23-25, 25-19 3) Washington def.No. 16 Arizona 24-26, 25-20, 25-20, 25-17 4) Florida State def. Virginia Tech 25-22, 25-17, 21-25, 25-23 8) Florida def. Arkansas 25-16, 25-20, 25-22 11) North Carolina def. No. 21 Duke 25-23, 26-24, 25-20 12) Kentucky lost to LSU 25-22, 25-15, 24-26, 9-25, 14-16 17) […]