Double-barreled hoops updates

by Brian McInnis on October 23, 2014

It was an eventful morning where basketball news was concerned.


Video: UH soccer seniors

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by Stan Lee on October 23, 2014

UH seniors talked about their soccer careers and Friday’s senior night.


Thursday’s notes

by Stephen Tsai on October 23, 2014

Diane Chow is back home after spending more than two weeks recovering from a brain aneurysm at UCLA Medical Center. This is a positive step in her recovery. * * * * * Agenhart Ellis, who has deep ties to UH football program as a former player and father of a former player, gave the […]


Arnold responds to report

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by Brian McInnis on October 22, 2014

On Wednesday after practice, Hawaii coach Gib Arnold responded to a Star-Advertiser report that UH could come down with self-imposed sanctions on the men’s basketball program in the near future.


Wednesday checkin, Top 25 scores

by Cindy Luis on October 22, 2014

Everyone in the arena for practice (330 start), including Magill (still taped), Kahakai (brace) and Taylor (no sign of the alleged new tattoo). And all cleared to play. A minor leak in the dome had some water on the court, guess they were patching earlier. Shoji and I laughed about the time in Klum Gym […]


Wahine basketball: UH second in Big West preseason poll

by Jason Kaneshiro on October 22, 2014

A lofty placement in the Big West preseason media poll could make the Rainbow Wahine basketball team a target for the rest of the conference this season — precisely the scenario Laura Beeman envisioned when she took over as head coach. The Rainbow Wahine were picked second in the preseason poll released on Wednesday, trailing […]


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 […]

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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 […]


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. […]