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Wednesday, March 04, 2015         

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 UH's senior-night sendoff might be widespread affair
There's a lot at stake in this rare Wednesday night affair at the Stan Sheriff Center. Two players, Garrett Nevels and Brandon Jawato, will be honored during senior night ceremonies after Hawaii's home finale against UC Santa Barbara. Story »
 UH hitters have power turned on
In the midst of the non-conference grind, Hawaii softball coach Bob Coolen can sense when to ease off the reins a bit. After completing a four-day tournament on Sunday, the Rainbow Wahine had two days to recharge before opening the Outrigger Resorts Spring Fling Tournament on Wednesday. Story »
It was a head-spinning struggle for the dynasty that is Punahou boys volleyball. After a clunky opening set, the visiting Buffanblu rallied for an 18-25, 25-11, 25-18 win over Maryknoll on Tuesday night at Clarence T.C. Ching Gymnasium. Story »

The University of Hawaii said it has not ruled out self-imposing sanctions on its men's basketball team as it awaits the fallout from an NCAA investigation of the program. Story »

 Ticket prices hold steady
University of Hawaii football season-ticket prices will remain largely the same for the 2015 season, although the cost of some end-zone locations will change, officials said. Story »
Target is opening two stores in Hawaii this week. A bigger target might be one traveling back to the mainland. The Rainbow Wahine leave Wednesday for their final regular-season road trip, their first one as Big West basketball champions. Story »

Puget Sound senior Ashley Agcaoili was stuck in class when the NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament selection show was held on Monday. Fortunately, her professor was a basketball fan and was kind enough to let her follow along on her phone. Story »

Columns
Not only are the Rainbow Warriors booked to play three teams that finished the 2014 season among the top 16 -- national champion Ohio State, No. 13 Wisconsin and No. 16 Boise State -- they get to play them all on the road. Story »

If you have a lawyer/agent negotiating a $365,000-a-year contract for you, you're not exactly a member of the impoverished working class. Those Bruce Springsteen songs aren't about you. Story »

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