Thursday, March 05, 2015         


 Rainbow hoops can't keep up  
It came from the wings. UC Santa Barbara, lifted by stellar efforts from perimeter players Gabe Vincent and Michael Bryson, spoiled Hawaii's senior night by exploding for a 98-90 road victory at the Stan Sheriff Center on Wednesday. Story »
 Zarkovic strengthens his mental approach
University of Hawaii setter Jennings Franciskovic is a volleyball mixologist who can accommodate any request. Even with all the options, outside hitter Siki Zarkovic usually orders "the usual." Story »
Thirty years ago, Hawaii and Arizona shared the inaugural Donnis Thompson Invitational championship. The Wildcats have gone on to win seven more, including last year, while the Rainbow Wahine have settled in among the mid-majors of women's golf. Story »

Hawaii coach Mike Trapasso sets a goal every year for his pitching staff to walk fewer than 100 batters in a season. UH has never accomplished the feat, but has come close a few times, walking 132 in 2013 and 122 in 2012. Story »

UH water polo makes home debut Story »

 All eyes on Campbell’s Kahaloa 
By Ewa Beach standards, it was a cold, drizzly and overcast day, but the Campbell baseball team and its fans got a dose of warmth and brightness from senior Ian Kahaloa. Story »
Rain washed out the Hawaii softball team's opening game in the Outrigger Resorts Spring Fling Tournament on Wednesday. Story »

When former Hawaii sand volleyball coach Scott Wong left to take the head indoor women's job at Pepperdine, he left the SandBows with a load of talent and an ambitious schedule for first-year coach Jeff Hall. Story »

After going 8-2 in Big West matches the last two years, Rainbow Warrior senior Chas Okamoto looks to be picking up momentum heading toward conference play. Story »

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 »

For Thursday, March 5, 2015
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For Thursday, March 5, 2015
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For Thursday, March 5, 2015
Garcia pitches HPU over Holy Names • BYUH's Coro named to PacWest first team • HPU's Comstock voted best in conference

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