Kawika Shoji elected to USAV board of directors

by Cindy Luis on May 27, 2017

checking in. am in Florida for niece’s wedding. Congrats to K Shoji. http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Volleyball/Features/2017/May/25/Kawika-Shoji-Elected-to-USA-Volleyball-Board Kawika Shoji (Honolulu, Hawaii), a 2016 Olympic Games bronze medalist with the U.S. Olympic Men’s Volleyball Team, has been elected to the USA Volleyball Board of Directors representing the indoor male athletes. His term begins July 1 and goes through June 30, […]

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Tago won’t be rejoining Warriors

by Stephen Tsai on May 27, 2017

Defensive end Jamie Tago will not be rejoining the Warriors this coming season. Tago did not meet the requirements for reinstatement. Tago, who transferred from Garden City (Kan.) College in January, was suspended indefinitely for violating team rules in February. He needed to meet certain conditions for reinstatement. Tago initially signed with UH in February […]

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UH scoops up Brandon Thomas

by Brian McInnis on May 26, 2017

Outside shooting came and went for the Hawaii basketball team in 2016-17. Its ho-hum 32.5 percent team accuracy on 3-pointers was sixth among nine Big West Conference members, and was especially felt at times given that UH runs a four-out offense. The Rainbow Warriors hope their latest addition will make them a touch more deadly […]

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Utah to coach at UH Elite Camp

by Stephen Tsai on May 26, 2017

The University of Utah football coaches will be among the instructors at the UH Elite Camp next month on the Manoa campus. This is the only Hawaii camp for high school-aged players involving NCAA coaches. A newly implemented rule limits NCAA coaches to camps sponsored by Division I teams and held on their campus or […]

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DB Lewis gets junior year back

by Stephen Tsai on May 25, 2017

Safety Daniel Lewis Jr. has been granted a medical hardship waiver that restores his junior-year status and maintains his two remaining years of UH eligibility. In other words: he redshirted in 2016. Lewis suffered an injury against Michigan, UH’s second-game opponent in 2016, and missed the rest of the season. During the offseason, he underwent […]

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List of Wahine at gala

by Cindy Luis on May 24, 2017

Someone had asked about who came on Sunday Courtesy of Kimo Kai of UH Foundation: Jenny Wilton Grace Brandi Brooks Bourgondien Karolyn Kootnekoff James Deanna Angel Sue Hlavenka Martina Cincerova Vernerova Candy Kane Heather Brennan Sandstrom Kee Williams Toni Nishida Stephanie Shota Shigemasa Chastity Nobriga Kari Anderson Ambrozich Lee Ann Satele Jaime Paet Apo Jayme […]

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QB Greeley set to join Warriors

by Stephen Tsai on May 24, 2017

And then there were three. Karson Greeley, a quarterback from Vista Murrieta (Calif.) High, said he will join the Warriors this summer. His twin brother, Kade Greeley, is a tight end who signed with the Warriors in February. His sister, Kalei Greeley, is an outside hitter for the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team. “It sounds like […]

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Wahine schedule out today

by Cindy Luis on May 23, 2017

Am traveling Will try to post when able Orherwuse it will be at Hawaiiathletics.com Pretty much the same I put up a while ago

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UH football: Spring grades

by Stephen Tsai on May 23, 2017

There were 36 Warriors who earned at least a 3.0 grade-point average for the recently completed spring semester. In addition, there were three Warriors who had 2.98 GPAs. Long-snapper Noah Borden and running backs Genta Ito and Steven Lakalaka each posted 4.0 GPAs. Lakalaka, who earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology on May 13, plans […]

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Banner year

by Stephen Tsai on May 22, 2017

Among the many good things about Sunday night’s tribute to Dave Shoji were: 1) UH celebrated its accomplishments, and 2) a banner honoring Shoji was unfurled. Those were significant moments for a school that often is muted in trumpeting the things it does well. Shoji was rightfully feted for all that he has done for […]

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