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 Stanford surges 
Angela Stanford didn't let that phenomenal Thursday round go to her head. So often after a professionals shoot extremely low, they follow it with a ho-hum 18 that drops them straight down the leaderboard. Story »
With leader Angela Stanford pulling away from the pack, a rookie looking for her first top-10 on tour kept pace. North Dakota's Amy Anderson got hot with the putter, rolling in five birdies for a 4-under 68 to sit in a tie for fifth place heading into Saturday's final 18 holes of the LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club. Story »

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. » Almost one year ago to the day, the Hawaii baseball team came up against Cal State Northridge pitcher Jerry Keel and came up empty. Story »

The No. 3-ranked University of Hawaii sand volleyball team put itself in position for its first team appearance in the national championship by sweeping three dual matches at the Big West Challenge in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Friday. Story »

Michelle Wie took a detour on her way to the Ko Olina Golf Club media tent for post-round interviews. Wie, dissatisfied with her 2-under 70 in Friday's third round of the LPGA Lotte Championship, tried to get past some missed birdie opportunities and a bogey on 18 by smoothing things out at the putting green. Story »

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Kerr finishes strong with par at last • Inbee Park fails to close the gap • Stanford's folks celebrate anniversary • Kim's goal: top 10 finish; win would be bonus • Granada matches Stanford with 67 Story »

Mikah Takashige's late RBI single brought in Jonah Paas with the winning run as the Leilehua Mules edged the visiting Waipahu Marauders 6-5 in an OIA Red West baseball game on Friday night.  Story »

Cal Poly accepted what Hawaii provided and ended up giving the Rainbow Wahine softball team its fifth straight loss Friday night. Story »

For the sixth straight year, the ILH boys golf champion will not win the state tournament. But this time there is a better reason for it than a bad day on the links. Story »

 
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For Saturday, April 19, 2014
UH men's tennis team shares BWC title • HPU men in PacWest title match in tennis • UHH golfers lead PacWest championship • Azusa Pacific edges Hilo in baseball

For Saturday, April 19, 2014
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For Saturday, April 19, 2014
What's on the air today and tomorrow. Listings are Oceanic analog/digital.

Columns
Can somebody here beat Cal Poly, please? If you have followed the University of Hawaii's fortunes since joining the Big West Conference especially, you might have begun to wonder. Story »

It will be a big challenge for Michelle Wie to seal the deal Saturday. But her station near the top of the LPGA Lotte Championship leaderboard may have already helped complete a big one for the tournament itself. Story »


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UH Senior Fashion Show
The 48th annual University of Hawaii Senior Fashion Show is set for April 27 at Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, featuring the designs of seven senior and seven junior designers. Read More »
 
BRUNO MARS
BRUNO MARS AND traveling party are in town, here after their final night in Japan and ready for three nights in Hawaii at the Blaisdell beginning Friday. Welcome home, Bruno! Read More »