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Tecklenburg, Grant win PacWest honors

Chaminade outside hitter Emma Tecklenburg was named the PacWest volleyball player of the week and Hawaii Hilo libero Mina Grant the defender of the week, the conference announced Monday. Read More

Chaminade adds 3 to cross country

Chaminade University men’s and women’s cross country coach Shadrack Nabea announced the additions of Casey Lum, Morgan Sharman and Joseph Yoakum, who will join the teams for the upcoming season. Read More

Waterman Hall of Fame rescheduled

The Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame induction banquet, scheduled for tonight at Outrigger Canoe Club, has been postponed due to hurricane-related concerns. Read More

PacWest men’s soccer poll released

The PacificWest Conference preseason poll released Tuesday has Hawaii Pacific to finish sixth, Chaminade eighth and UH Hilo 12th. Read More

Wahine soccer wins on late goal

Senior midfielder Raisa Strom-Okimoto launched a golden goal from about 25 yards as the Hawaii soccer team topped Bowling Green 1-0 in overtime on Sunday night at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Read More

Neil Everett to host Hawaii Waterman HOF induction

ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor and former Hawaii sportscaster Neil Everett will emcee Thursday’s Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner at the Outrigger Canoe Club. Read More

UH hoops teams drop final tour games

The University of Hawaii men’s and women’s basketball teams lost their final games to conclude their foreign tours of Australia in Sydney. Read More

Go Nuts heads to semifinals

Makai Miyamoto went 3-for-3 and Jacob Villacorte earned the win as Go Nuts mercy-ruled tournament host Eagle Pass (Texas) 16-5 to end Pool Play at the 14-and-under Babe Ruth World Series in Eagle Pass, Texas, on Tuesday. Read More

UH men’s hoops drops to 0-2 on tour

The Hawaii men’s basketball team led much of the way of its second game of its Down Under tour, only to fall 86-85 to the Melbourne Tigers on a game-winner with 18 seconds left Monday night. Read More

Ezekiel Lau advances in Tahiti

Hawaii’s Ezekiel Lau won his Round 1 heat of the Tahiti Pro on Sunday in Teahupoo, Tahiti. Read More

UH thumped in Australian tour opener

The Hawaii men’s basketball team hung in with the Brisbane Bullets for three quarters of the Rainbow Warriors’ opening game of their 2018 Australia tour on Saturday, but the National Basketball League professional team pulled away decisively in the fourth period for a 73-54 win. Read More

59th Billfish tournament concludes

Malibu Marlin Club-Topanga Beach, which gained a 100-point bonus for the largest fish of the tournament, took home the Governor’s Trophy at the 59th Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament on Friday. Read More

652.1-pound marlin caught on Day 4

Malibu Marlin Club-Topanga Beach reeled in a 652.1-pound Pacific blue marlin to move up to second in the standings after Thursday’s fourth day of the 59th Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament off Kona. Read More

Moreton Bay widens lead

Australia’s Moreton Bay Game Fish Club continues to lead after the third day of the 59th Annual Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament in Kona. Read More

Corpuz advances at U.S. Women’s Amateur

Punahou alum Allisen Corpuz shot a second-round 70 for a 140 total, finishing tied for 23rd to qualify for match play in the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship in Kingston Springs, Tenn., on Tuesday. Read More

Honolulu beats Utah at West Regional

Sean Yamaguchi batted 3-for-3 with a home run, two runs scored and two RBIs and Aukai Kea struck out 10 batters over 5 1/3 innings as Honolulu defeated St. George (Utah) 8-2 at the Little League Majors (11-12) West Regional on Monday in San Bernardino, Calif. Read More

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