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Tuesday, September 16, 2014         

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In the 27-24 victory over Northern Iowa last Saturday, Scott Harding had his most prolific performance as a punter. Seven of his 11 punts were placed inside the 20, including one that was downed at the 1.  Story »
On Monday, Hawaii did not appear in the AVCA Coaches Top 25, the first time since the final four weeks of the injury-plagued 1992 season. The Wahine went 15-12 and did not make the postseason tournament for the only time in program history. Story »

Finish what you start. That can apply to many things in life and it unquestionably applies to Saint Louis' Fred Ulu-Perry Jr. and his approach to being an offensive lineman. Story »

SPORTS BREAKING NEWS
What was supposed to be a $25,000 payday for the University of Hawaii men's basketball team has the appearance of becoming a $75,000 swing the other way while forcing the Rainbow Warriors to crisscross the country in the first three weeks of the season. Story »

Former University of Hawaii pitching coach Chad Konishi and former Maryknoll baseball coach Duane Eldredge have been named co-athletic directors at St. Francis, the school announced on Monday. Story »

Jamie Sporcic and Jacob LaPorte scored goals to propel Hawaii Hilo to a 2-1 victory over Chaminade in a men's soccer match at Saint Louis field on Monday. Sporcic scored in the 21st minute and LaPorte nailed a 35-footer off a free kick seven minutes later for the Vulcans. Story »

For Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Casey Nakama and Kevin Hayashi earned a spot in this week's 2014 Pacific Links Hawaii Championship via the qualifying event held on Monday at Kapolei Golf Course.
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For Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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The words had a ring of distant familiarity to them Saturday night when Aloha Stadium public announcer Keenan Takamori intoned, "Touchdown by Yap!" Perhaps there was even a bit of nostalgia for old-timers who remember the late 1970s. Story »

It was a good week for University of Hawaii offensive line coach Chris Naeole. Thursday he was named one of 25 finalists for the next induction class of the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame. Saturday the Rainbow Warriors got their first win of the season, 27-24 over Northern Iowa. Story »

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