Friday, January 30, 2015         


 'Bows gets first road win of the season
A player who made his first start just 13 days ago led Hawaii to its first road victory of the season Thursday night. Stefan Jankovic collected team highs of 15 points, seven rebounds and two blocks as the Rainbow Warriors defeated Cal State Northridge, 84-73, in Big West Conference play. Story »
 Wahine get physical, outmuscle 49ers
In a word, physical. The two most aggressive basketball teams in the Big West went head-to-head, toe-to-toe and — sometimes — elbow-to-elbow at the Stan Sheriff Center Thursday. Story »
The first two years of Big West baseball haven't been kind to the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. As a result, expectations for year three from around the league aren't great. Story »

Glassy morning conditions and 6-to-8-foot surf greeted the wave warriors at the Volcom Pipe Pro on Thursday as they battled above the reef-encrusted playing field. Story »

One of the longer professional boxing droughts in Hawaii might be about to end this year. After three and a half years without a pro boxing card in the state, two promoters were licensed Thursday by the Hawaii State Boxing Commission, the first since 2011. Story »

Ha Na Jang went from qualifier to leader in just a few days at the LPGA season opener. And it surprised no one. The 22-year-old South Korean, ranked 21st in the world, shot a 7-under 65 in the second round of the Coates Golf Championship on Thursday and opened up a four-shot lead over Stacy Lewis heading into the third round. Story »

 Campbell to meet Moanalua in title game
Freshman Destiny Souza scored seven minutes into overtime to give Campbell a historic 2-1 victory over Mililani in the OIA girls soccer semifinals Thursday night at Castle High. Story »
The Cougars' hit five 3-pointers in the first half of Thursday's matchup against Farrington and center Chance Kalaugher powered their attack in the fourth quarter and Division II Kaiser knocked off the ninth-ranked Governors 58-48. Story »

'Iolani kept its seat at the head of the class in ILH Division I boys soccer on Wednesday with a 1-1 tie against host Punahou. As expected, the encounter between the two rivals was intense. Although the Raiders had a distinct territorial edge, they had to fend off a hearty Punahou attack in the final five minutes. Story »

Saturday the University of Hawaii athletic department will pay tribute to the late Judy Mosley-McAfee, the most dominating basketball player in the school's history. Story »

Judy Mosley-McAfee and Lynette Liu barely knew each other. But they are forever linked. "That's true," said Liu, who will play in the University of Hawaii women's basketball alumnae game Saturday at the Stan Sheriff Center, at 2 p.m., prior to UH's game against CSUN. "We have a lot in common." Story »

For Friday, January 30, 2015
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For Friday, January 30, 2015
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For Friday, January 30, 2015
Waianae coach Matsumoto steps down • Trapasso, Gusman to headline luncheon • HPU softball 4th, baseball 5th • UH men's tennis team falls in Washington • Chaminade, BYU-Hawaii women lose • Chaminade, BYU-Hawaii men win • Top seed Kudla loses in Lahaina
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