Michelle Wie is off to her most consistent start in an LPGA season since turning pro nine years ago. It was more of the same during Wednesday's first round of the LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club for the Punahou alumna, who fired a 2-under 70 to sit tied for fifth place. Story »
Now that the University of Hawaii athletic department is poised to take control of sales of its logo wear on campus and at Ward Centre, some regents say the department should also move to gain the rights at Aloha Stadium. Story »
Hawaii basketball coach Gib Arnold offered confirmation on two fronts Wednesday. In a UH press release, he first recognized the official signing of Indian Hills (Iowa) Community College guard Roderick Bobbitt on the first day of the spring signing period. Story »
Kawika Lam wants victory badly enough. The Punahou junior made that abundantly clear on Wednesday with a 6-4, 6-3 sweep of Hawaii Baptist junior Jeffrey Liang in the boys singles final of the Clay Benham/ILH Tennis Championships at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park. Story »
Five games under .500, the Hawaii baseball team's RPI of 51 gives them a lot to play for despite a 2-7 start in the Big West. The reason? A schedule that ranks as the second toughest in the country, according to WarrenNolan.com. Story »
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It's not a novelty flavor of the day kind of thing that kim chee is available at the players' lunch buffet here at the LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club. It's a staple for a large portion of the field. Story »
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