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Rolovich chooses Ghobrial to fill Chaudhari’s role

Less than a week before the opening of spring practice, University of Hawaii coach Nick Rolovich has completed his 10-member coaching staff, hiring Michael Ghobrial as special teams coordinator. Read More

Uemura, Punahou rout ‘Iolani

Six teams can’t remain within a game of first place forever. Read More

Miyamoto, No. 10 Kamehameha squeeze past No. 7 Saint Louis

Updated on  March 16, 2018 at 12:06 am
Mark Liberato scored on an outfield throwing error in the bottom of the sixth inning as No. 10 Kamehameha edged No. 7 Saint Louis 3-2 on Thursday afternoon at Ala Wai Community Park. Read More

UH’s Rossi delivers walk-off homer

Hawaii freshman Britnee Rossi launched a three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to give the Rainbow Wahine softball team a 6-5 win over Cleveland State on Thursday in the Bank of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Read More

Mililani handles undermanned Leilehua

Down 10 players, the Leilehua Mules didn’t look the part of a meek pushover. Read More

Freshman Smith steps in for injured ace Rees

The University of Hawaii baseball team will be without its most effective starting pitcher for this week’s four-game series against Illinois State at Les Murakami Stadium. Read More

Lights go on, forcing tie between Raiders, Warriors

As a wild Tuesday afternoon moved into early evening, it turned out there was tying in baseball. Read More

Clippers’ return could be a windfall for UH

Updated on  March 13, 2018 at 11:46 pm
The University of Hawaii has more than 200,000 reasons to welcome the Los Angeles Clippers back to campus for the team’s 2018 training camp. Read More

Campbell holds off Pearl City in wild West

Fortune shined on the Campbell softball team Tuesday despite the rare gray, drizzly Ewa day. Read More

Warriors hit the road seeking improvement

Updated on  March 14, 2018 at 12:35 am
The most important match is the next one. Always. For No. 3 Hawaii, that means Thursday, when the Rainbow Warriors make their first road appearance in two months traveling to No. 10 Cal State Northridge. Read More

Terao seeded at NCAA Championships

American University junior Josh Terao is one of two Eagles to earn a seeded position at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships beginning Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Read More

Weekly honor for SandBows pair

Hawaii’s Morgan Martin and Lea Monkhouse were named the Big West beach volleyball pairs team of the week after going 5-1 against six ranked squads — including wins over two top-10 teams — last week. Read More

Kaiser softball team off to a fast start with Aholelei sisters in the lineup

Coach Mitch Matsumoto had an inkling his Kaiser Cougars would be a highly competitive softball team this year, and that thought grew stronger when four of his players combined to hit nine home runs in the preseason. Read More

Trapasso didn’t soften schedule to his benefit

This is Mike Trapasso’s 17th season as University of Hawaii baseball coach and, so far, there is no indication whether there will be an 18th. Read More

Television and radio

Listings are for Spectrum and Hawaiianˆˆ analog/digital. *—premium station. **—retelecast. ***—delayed. Check your TV guide for latest updates. Read More
Updated on  March 19, 2018 at 10:06 pm

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