Warriors complete first week of bowl practices

by Stephen Tsai on December 9, 2016

Even in the rain — and that’s how it’s been in Manoa all week — the Warriors managed to mix fun and fundamentals in their first four bowl practices. Head coach Nick Rolovich said the first week of practice “was just OK. I didn’t think it was outstanding. I wish I could say it was […]


Warriors preseason No. 7, Penn State drops Nebraska

by Cindy Luis on December 9, 2016

https://www.avca.org/polls/dii-men/12-8-2016.html Ohio State No. 1, 23 votes. UCLA 2, the other vote Warriors open practice Dec. 28 Still catching up on stuff now that I’m back in Hawaii. probably check in later to update the scores. see link below for scoreboard. http://www.ncaa.com/scoreboard/volleyball-women/d1/2016/12/09 couldn’t believe Rose’s interview after his team got seeded. Not jus drinking the […]


To Shoji: Don’t quit your day job

by Stephen Tsai on December 8, 2016

Every now and then, young(er) people will ask me if I’m considering retirement. I’d like to think they mean well, and that they’re not just eyeing my cool desk between Ferd Lewis and Nanea Kalani. But it still comes across like they’re holding a mirror by my mouth to see if I’m still breathing. The […]


Gameday: Princeton

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by Brian McInnis on December 7, 2016

After today, Hawaii will either feel much better about itself going into a lengthy break from games, or effectively the opposite.

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updating Shoji plans

by Cindy Luis on December 7, 2016

was in contact with coach this morning. originally was flying back today, it will be Thursday. said that he hasn’t had a time to talk to the team or the AD so nothing will be announced Friday looks like earliest will be next week.

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Warriors receive commitment from LB

by Stephen Tsai on December 7, 2016

One of the top high school football players in American Samoa has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Hawaii football team. Penei Stowers-Pavihi, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound linebacker from Tafuna High, told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser he will put his commitment in writing on Feb. 1, the first day 2017 prospects may sign national letters […]

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Gameday: Seton Hall

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by Brian McInnis on December 6, 2016

North Carolina was a huge test for Hawaii. After the Tar Heels, Seton Hall could be the next-best thing on the schedule.

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Warriors land tall corner

by Stephen Tsai on December 6, 2016

Donovan “Dub” Dalton’s verbal commitment is a boost for the Warriors during this recruiting season. Here’s what the Saguaro High (Ariz.) senior brings: > Remember six years ago when UNLV’s 6-foot-3 wideout Phillip Payne created matchup nightmares for UH cornerbacks? The receiver position has been trending upward, on the tape measure, the past few years. […]

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Congrats to Taylor, AVCA all-region; Maglio HM

by Cindy Luis on December 6, 2016

Niki Taylor earns another all-region, Maglio one of six Honorable Menion tough region includes north part of Pac-12 https://www.avca.org/awards/all-regional-all-america-awards COY Boise State’s Shawn Garus FOY: Plummer from Stanford. Also honored with Hawaii ties: senior hitter Carly Kan, Punahou/Missour, fourth time; Arizona senior setter Penina Snuka (Kahuku), her third honor;, and her Wildcat teammate Kalei Mau […]

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Time to recharge for Wahine hoops

by Jason Kaneshiro on December 5, 2016

Compared to a run of five games in 10 days to close November, the Rainbow Wahine basketball team’s schedule thins out considerably in December. Sunday’s 72-49 loss at UCLA was the first of just five games this month and the Wahine will have a full week to recharge before returning to the Stan Sheriff Center […]

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