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UH hoops seeking defensive improvement against Hilo

Despite winning as many games as it has lost, this has been an uneven season for the University of Hawaii basketball team. Read More

Brazil’s Medina can wrap up world title run at Pipe Masters

Brazil’s Gabriel Medina is walking tall these days, and it’s not just because he’s the front-runner in the race for the world surfing championship. Read More

5 players sign with Hawaii Hilo softball team

Hawaii Hilo softball coach Callen Perreira announced the signing of five players for the 2019 season. Read More

Marcus Mariota predicted Tua Tagovailoa’s rise 4 years ago

“There is this kid at my school in Hawaii,” Marcus Mariota started to say as reporters leaned closer to listen over the lunchtime din at a Times Square hotel. Read More

Lau honors home with World Cup win

The flag draped around Honolulu’s Ezekiel Lau was not just for show. Read More

Chepkirui back for more

The influence of Joyce Chepkirui’s success in Honolulu continues to expand back home in Kenya. Read More

Buggs makes a difference for Rainbows

Hawaii basketball guard Drew Buggs’ value rating, similar to his jersey, is No. 1. Read More

UH men ranked No. 3 in preseason poll

The Hawaii men’s volleyball program opened at No. 3 in Thursday’s preseason AVCA Division I-II Top 15, the Rainbow Warriors’ highest ranking since 2005. Read More

Rainbow Wahine turn to defense for victory

Mikayla Ferenz, the No. 7 scorer in the country going into Wednesday night, hoisted shot after shot, triple after triple. Read More

Tsang brothers work on tapping Hawaii’s potential

The start of Sunday’s Honolulu Marathon will mark a significant step in Ian and Ryan Tsang’s mission to grow the sport locally. Read More

Tagovailoa a finalist for other big awards

Former Saint Louis star Tua Tagovailoa is one of three players named as a finalist for Associated Press College Football Player of the Year. Read More

Mariota’s custom cleats to benefit ALS research

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota will be wearing customized football cleats to benefit a charitable organization during today’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Read More

Injuries knock out women’s Honolulu Marathon favorite

The world’s fastest female half-marathoner, Joyciline Jepkosgei, was favored to win here Sunday in her 26.2-mile debut. Read More

Wahine shut out in all-region volleyball honors

Hawaii will not be adding to its lengthy women’s volleyball All-America list this season. Read More

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