Tuesday, September 02, 2014         


Just 1 minute and 31 seconds into extra play, sophomore Kama Pascua slotted a through ball past two defenders to her older sibling Krystal, who was money to the upper opposite post for an instant 2-1 victory. Story »

With the season-opening 17-16 loss to Washington in the books — neatly documented, of course — coach Norm Chow and his staff were editing the game plan for Saturday's game against Oregon State. Story »

Less than 24 hours after completing the Pan Pacific Championships' 10-kilometer open water course off Ulua Beach, Maui, Simon Huitenga was back racing in the waters off Waikiki Beach for what he called a "sweet swim." Story »

For Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Rainbow Wahine drop in AVCA poll • HPU men's soccer victorious vs. BYUH
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For Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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The idea was for Edward "Skippa" Diaz and Rockne Freitas, two locally bred Oregon State football stars, to be honorary game captains Saturday when OSU plays the University of Hawaii at Aloha Stadium. Story »

The University of Hawaii volleyball faithful finally got to see a bona fide Rainbow Wahine go-to terminator Sunday night, three matches into the season. But she was sitting on the opponents' bench, and her eligibility was expended long ago. Story »

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