Saturday, April 18, 2015         

Sports

 Crunch time at Ko Olina 
Sei Young Kim experienced victory early in her rookie season on the LPGA Tour. But a missed opportunity in her most recent tournament will provide much of her motivation when she tees off in the final round of the Lotte Championship on Saturday. Story »
 Nike signs Mariota, other top draft prospects
One franchise has already locked up both Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston. Nike, the world's largest shoe and apparel company, has signed the two Heisman Trophy winners, who could be the top two players selected in the upcoming NFL Draft, according to ESPN.com. Story »
At 4,500 feet above sea level, the University of Hawaii volleyball team's winning streak disappeared into thin air. Brigham Young had all the answers in a 27-25, 25-21, 21-25, 25-17 victory in the Smith Fieldhouse. Story »

Quintin Torres-Costa had better put an ice pack on his left arm real quick after every game he pitches. The sophomore left-hander is going to be pretty busy the rest of this season. Story »

With the August announcement that Lotte and the LPGA had reached an agreement to extend its sponsorship through 2017, Hawaii golf fans could rest assured Michelle Wie would play in her home state at least once a year for the foreseeable future. Story »

 Ganot's first assistant hire likely to be Australian
Adam Caporn is expected to be the first assistant named to University of Hawaii basketball coach Eran Ganot's staff. Story »
Sticking to coach Bob Coolen's game plan entering the series, the University of Hawaii softball team went to the short game to build a lead and reliever Kanani Aina Cabrales protected it in a 3-2 win over Cal Poly on Friday in San Luis Obispo, Calif.  Story »

It has been five years since I.K. Kim won on the LPGA Tour. Her victory was followed by an exceptional act of kindness that is still memorable because it remains so rare. Story »

With one swing of the bat, Punahou pitcher Noah Goss turned a would-be loss into a memorable come-from-behind victory at Ala Wai Community Park. Story »

Columns

FERD'S WORDS
You could say the rest of the Lotte Championship field has Sei Young Kim right where they want her. In the tournament lead.  Story »


FURTHER REVIEW
Remember when a 10-year-old Michelle Wie said she hoped to play in the Masters someday? Well, if Paula Creamer has her way, the best women golfers in the world will get to play a tournament on the most famous course in the world. Story »

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