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Saturday, March 28, 2015         

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 Doi helps MPI eke by Kamehameha
Grant Doi scattered seven hits and went the distance as No. 2-ranked Mid-Pacific rallied past No. 4 Kamehameha 2-1 at Les Murakami Stadium to seize the first-place lead in the ILH baseball standings.  Story »
 UC Riverside cashes in where Wahine can’t
UC Riverside's knack for pouncing on opportunities paired with Chelsea Ponce's pitching sent the Highlanders to a breakthrough win over the University of Hawaii softball team in the opening game of the Big West season Friday night. Story »
The options are limited for a 5-foot-8 volleyball player going up against players with at least a 6-inch height advantage. Rather than getting blocked on his kill attempts, Hawaii Baptist's Nicolas Caballes tooled his shots off of Westview's blockers the entire match. Story »

 Campbell enjoys walk in the park
Any coach will tell you, walks are a killer, and it held true in Campbell's 11-1 victory over Kapolei on Friday. The Sabers (5-1 OIA Red West) took advantage of eight bases on balls to finish off the Hurricanes by mercy rule in six innings at Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park. Story »
Not displaying the rust from last week's bye, the Rainbow Warrior volleyball team beat UC San Diego in three sets, earned its 11th victory in a row, and clinched a berth in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation playoffs. Story »

Most teams have had success against Hawaii in the Big West, but nobody has dominated the Rainbow Warriors like UC Irvine. Story »

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FERD'S WORDS
In a 1996 soccer match against nationally ranked Brigham Young, Amanda Paterson fielded 36 shots on goal, a figure that still stands as a record siege for University of Hawaii goalkeepers. Story »


FURTHER REVIEW
Sure, it’s not as great a deal as it was five years ago when the Rainbow Wahine went all the way to the College World Series and hit as many home runs as the ’27 Yankees in 89 fewer games. But University of Hawaii softball is still worth way more than the price of admission. Story »

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