Aloha , Hawaii

by Cindy Luis on May 29, 2015

Slowly recuperating from Thursday, a very long day. There will be new videos and photos up in a few days on Hawaii Warrior World. Stay tuned. We left the hotel at 545 a.m. for hour-long flight from Prague to Amsterdam. Amsterdam airport is huge, about a 3/4 mile walk from arrival gate to departure gate. […]


Update: Liz Chun Uyehara

by Stephen Tsai on May 29, 2015

Liz Chun Uyehara was one of Hawaii’s first news camerawomen, toting equipment totaling about 50 pounds to each assignment. She also was the state’s first female TV sports director. Her combined skills — a journalist who reported on stories she shot and edited — is now commonplace in the sports-TV industry. “My hat’s off to […]


Rainbow Wahine track and field athletes Rachel Toliver and Alex Porlier Langlois are headed to the NCAA West Preliminary Round in Austin, Texas.


Update: Brenden Daley

by Stephen Tsai on May 28, 2015

Former UH linebacker Brenden Daley’s professed love for football is a vow you can take to the bank. Daley said his recent signing with the LA KISS is an “opportunity to put deposits into my dream account. When I was in the corporate world, it was taking withdrawals from my dream account.” This week, Daley […]

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Update: Shannon Dresser

by Stephen Tsai on May 27, 2015

She wore “Hawaii” on the front of her uniform as a UH cross-country runner, track athlete and featured baton twirler with the Rainbow Marching Band. She wore a sash as Miss Oahu (she was Miss Hawaii runner-up in 2011) and Miss Hawaii Intercontinental 2013. And for the past four years, she has worn an HPD […]

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Free day in Praha

by Cindy Luis on May 27, 2015

Most of the players toured The Old Town with its amazing buildings, bridges and architecture. We’re heading out to dinner in about 15 so I”m heading out as well. We have early flight out of Prague to Amsterdam then to LAX and wherever home is. Shoji staying in LA to watch USA men playing in […]


UH baseball: The 2015 season

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by Billy Hull on May 26, 2015

Hawaii finished .500 in the Big West at 12-12 for the first time in three years but suffered its third consecutive 30-loss season.


Update: Kealoha Pilares

by Stephen Tsai on May 26, 2015

For the first time since his rookie NFL season in 2011, former UH receiver/returner Kealoha Pilares is healthy. He hopes that good health — knock-knock on wood — will serve well when he auditions for the Kansas City Chiefs next week. “I’m hoping to have a breakout comeback,” he said, with a soft laugh. Pilares, […]

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A very good finish to the tour. Wahine win 21-25, 26-24, 25-19, 25-12. Olymp wasn’t at full strength. they had five players missing who were with the national team so it was a mix of a couple of levels from their club ranks. Manu-Olevao contined to be very steady, served really well, had a lot […]

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Morning tour of Prague Castle grounds

by Cindy Luis on May 26, 2015

Team walked from hotel up to the Castle area, fairly steep and takes about an hour. (There also was a convenient tram option which allowed for a cafe latte when waiting for them to arrive). The Guinness Book of Records lists Prague Castle as the largest ancient castle in the world. The complex is huge, […]

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