Gameday: Pittsburgh

by Brian McInnis on November 21, 2014

Hawaii has a tall task against Pittsburgh of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Friday night at War Memorial Gymnasium, Wailuku, Maui.


Will drop in when I can. I’m covering Wahine basketball tournament. Match at 5 p.m. HST. believe 1420-AM pre game at 450. So radio at 1420-am or online at streaming video via Would give you a link for GameTracker but went on the UCSB site (4 p.m HST) and they say UCSB won […]


Yes, if the University of Hawaii were like other Division I football programs, Norm Chow would be fired and his $750,000 buyout would be absorbed — and it would’ve been done already. But UH isn’t like other schools, and we can continue that discussion forever and ever (or you can). Meanwhile, one of the more […]



by Stephen Tsai on November 21, 2014

For each of the past three trips to Hawaii, the Rebels traveled by commercial flight on Thursday and stayed on the North Shore. In those three games, the Rebels were outscored by an average of 49.6 points to 11.7. The closest game was 42-13 in 2006. This time, the Rebels are scheduled to travel today […]


No. 9 BYU-Hawaii opened NCAA II tournament play tonight, defeating Central Washington 19-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-19 in Nampa, Idaho. Seasiders will face the winner of tonight’s last quarterfinal between host and top seed Northwest Nazarene and Dixie State. Long Beach State sweeps UC Davis, clinches its 13th Big West title. Ends Hawaii’s streak of consecutive […]


VIDEO: UH senior DL Beau Yap

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by Jason Kaneshiro on November 20, 2014

Rainbow Warriors defensive lineman Beau Yap talks about what might be his last game at Aloha Stadium.


Baseball team inks 8 for 2016

by Billy Hull on November 20, 2014

Hawaii baseball coach Mike Trapasso and his staff did a great job gobbling up the local talent for 2016 with five of the eight fall signees announced today from the 808. The signings are: Pono Anderson, RHP, Saint Louis 2014 stats: 5-3, 3.14 ERA, 58 innings pitched, 27 strikeouts, guided Saint Louis to the 2014 […]

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Volleyball Warriors: On the rise this fall

by Stephen Tsai on November 20, 2014

These are good times this fall for the volleyball Warriors, who went 8-4 in a recent California tournament, did well in recruiting, and are preparing for Tuesday’s exhibition match in the Stan Sheriff Center. “There’s a lot to like,” said head coach Charlie Wade, who received a two-year contract extension this past summer. Wade’s optimism […]

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Gameday: Hawaii Hilo // Reyes out

by Brian McInnis on November 19, 2014

The Hawaii basketball team gets a chance to right itself Wednesday night against Hawaii Hilo as the Rainbow Warriors’ early cluster of nonconference games progresses. However, forward Sammis Reyes has a broken hand.


11-19: UH taking 15 on road, Castillo paperwork in

by Cindy Luis on November 19, 2014

For the first time this season, they are traveling 15. Only one staying home this road trip is Passi, who is not medically cleared to play. Don’t know anything more than that.She wasn’t at practice. Manu-Olevao was in Gym II but did not practice. She is making the trip. She said she is getting better […]