Even with its new camouflage-patterned jerseys, the University of Hawaii men's volleyball team could not hide its collective disappointment in Sunday's five-set loss to UC Irvine in the Stan Sheriff Center. Story »
The Rainbow Wahine were held to five singles by James Madison right-hander Heather Kiefer, and the Dukes hit three home runs in a 6-0 victory over UH in Sunday's tournament finale at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Story »
Chaminade, some three hours removed from its arrival at Honolulu International Airport, continued to celebrate Saturday's PacWest men's basketball tournament title while watching the NCAA II Tournament selection show and having an early dinner on Sunday. Story »
Despite scoring first in all four games and finishing the series deadlocked in runs scored with 11 apiece, the Rainbow Warriors lost three of four to the 10th-ranked Longhorns after getting beat twice on Sunday at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. Story »
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There’s no contract extension for the Rainbow Warriors seniors, but the gritty 81-77 win Saturday that nearly slipped away twice refuels hope for at least some UH fans that their team can heat up and make a run through this week’s Big West tournament. Story »
TUCSON, Ariz. >> Arizona’s offense was disjointed, the shots weren’t falling, the free throws clanging one after another. Playing without injured forward Brandon Ashley for the first time, the second-ranked Wildcats looked out of sorts on the offensive end, leaving them in jeopardy of their first losing streak of the season. Story »
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The First Native Football Player
John Henry Wise, former territorial senator, pastor and creator of the Hawaiian Home Lands Commission legislation, also was the first-ever Native Hawaiian to play college football. Read More »