The Wahine split the first two sets, then flex their muscle in an NCAA tournament victory over Idaho State
In a volleyball performance that scared no one but Hawaii, the 11th-seeded Rainbow Wahine found their form late Friday to pull away from Idaho State in their NCAA tournament first-round match. The scores were 25-16, 19-25, 25-12, 25-13, before a Stan Sheriff Center crowd of 7,809. Story »
Martin Lel values the success he's attained not only for what he's gained, but also for what he's able to provide. Lel enters Sunday's Honolulu Marathon as one of the world's premier runners with 10 top-three finishes in major events, including five victories over the past decade. Story »
If Northern Arizona coach Jack Murphy has his way, the extent of "Star Wars" references for today's game against Hawaii will be limited to "The Lumberjacks Strike Back." The Rainbow Warriors kept a stranglehold on the 'Jacks in an 84-50 rout last February as part of "Star Wars Night" at the Stan Sheriff Center. Story »
Another balanced effort. Another sweep. Second-seeded Brigham Young-Hawaii used a balanced attack that saw five players with seven kills or more to advance to today's NCAA II West Regional volleyball championship match in San Bernardino, Calif. Story »
Ryan Kaleikini and Micah Kahumoku combined for all 10 of University High's points in the final quarter as the Junior Rainbows broke a tie for a 35-27 win over Kaimuki. The win was UHS' second in two games at McKinley's Black and Gold Classic. Story »
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When University of Hawaii volleyball coach Dave Shoji says he appreciates the animated students who show up at Rainbow Wahine matches, he isn’t just mouthing empty platitudes from the coaches’ handbook. Story »
It's really pretty simple. Play like it did most of Friday night and who knows how far the University of Hawaii volleyball team can go. Play like they did in the second set against Idaho State and BYU will put an end to the Rainbow Wahine postseason. Story »
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