Tuesday checkin

by Cindy Luis on October 25, 2016

Team back in Gym 1 today. They will be in there tomorrow and leave Thursday for UCR then Fullerton Spoke to Greeley. She said she is hoping to play front row soon. Had a cortisone shot and has been pretty pain free. said the bye week was helpful, allowed for some healing and resting of […]


Flash mob

by Stephen Tsai on October 25, 2016

Head coach Nick Rolovich has this message: “I got an e-mail. This is what I want to happen. It’s not a question. It’s a demand. There’s the cell/flashlight thing that somebody started and the wave that has transcended generations. I want them combined — flashlight wave. That was not my idea. Somebody e-mailed me that […]


NWC for 3-union

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by Brian McInnis on October 25, 2016

Former Rainbow Warriors swingman Negus Webster-Chan is in town until the end of the month to get a little work in before he joins training camp with the Toronto Raptors’ D-League squad, Raptors 905.


Hawaii down a spot to 34 in RPI http://web1.ncaa.org/app_data/weeklyrpi/2016WVBrpi1.html nebraska replaces Wisconsin at 1. Badgers to 2 three opponents ahead of UH 7 Washington 10 UCLA 17 Kansas State will be back in a bit to discuss more but some below UH 36 Arizona 46 Long Beach State 61 Pacific 64 Cal Poly 69 Northern […]

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Tavai wins MW defensive award

by Stephen Tsai on October 24, 2016

Middle linebacker Jahlani Tavai today was named the Mountain West Conference’s Defensive Player of the Week. Tavai, a sophomore, made 13 tackles, including 10 solo stops, in the Rainbow Warriors’ 34-27 road victory over Air Force in double overtime. “Awesome,” defensive coordinator Kevin Lempa said. “He deserves it.” Tavai made the defensive calls — and […]

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Instant replay

by Stephen Tsai on October 23, 2016

Maybe the Mountain West likes UH after all. First, a bye was scheduled after the four non-conference games and before the MW opener against Nevada. Now, the Warriors will face New Mexico’s triple-option offense a week after defeating the only other MW team that runs a similar ground attack. The Warriors can still keep the […]

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Games of the past and present

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by Brian McInnis on October 23, 2016

The public got its first look at the 2016-17 Rainbow Warriors in live action in the Green & White scrimmage.


Salanoa shows off shooting touch

by Jason Kaneshiro on October 23, 2016

Although Lahni Salanoa counts among the returnees to the Rainbow Wahine basketball team, Friday’s Green and White scrimmage may have represented the sophomore’s true introduction. Last year’s scrimmage marked the start of a frustrating freshman season for Salanoa. She suffered a deep cut on her hand during the scrimmage that set her back. A foot […]

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Game day: Air Force

by Stephen Tsai on October 22, 2016

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Warriors play their fifth road game of the season when they face America’s Team today at Falcon Stadium. > How will the Warriors respond to the high altitude, where it is difficult to catch your breath and stay hydrated? The ball also sails longer. It could be fun day for kicker/punter […]

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UH announces 2017 softball schedule

by Jason Kaneshiro on October 21, 2016

Eight teams that played in the NCAA tournament last spring highlight the University of Hawaii softball team’s 2017 schedule. The Rainbow Wahine open their 56-game regular season schedule — which includes 39 home games — with a Feb. 9 doubleheader against Sacramento State and Boise State in the Hawaii Paradise Classic. UH will host five […]

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