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Saturday, February 28, 2015         

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 SandBows work against the grain
Heading into its opening week of competition, the No. 4 Hawaii sand volleyball team might have as many question marks as it does possible combinations for its pairs lineup. Story »
 Rainbow pitchers can't find the zone; Pepperdine rolls 16-1
How quickly the tables can turn. A day after Hawaii roughed up Pepperdine for a season-high 15 runs, the Waves bounced back to crush the Rainbow Warriors 16-1 on Friday, evening the four-game series at Eddy D. Field Stadium in Malibu, Calif. Story »
Go ahead, tell Kalani goalkeeper Michael Stafford he wasn't the man of the night. Stafford and the Falcons defeated ‘Iolani 1-0 in the Division I semifinals of the Ohana Resorts/HHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships on Friday night at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium.  Story »

The University of Hawaii solved Pyramid schemes for a 25-22, 24-26, 25-14, 25-22 road victory over Long Beach State on Friday night. Story »

 UH has a grand ol’ time 
Bob Coolen has seen the University of Hawaii softball team produce some prodigious home run numbers over the years. But two grand slams in an inning? That's a new one. Story »
The University of Hawaii was scheduled to begin the interview phase of its search for a new athletic director Friday, according to a member of the search advisory committee. Story »

Zach Gelacio swished a jump shot from the right corner with six seconds left, lifting 'Iolani to a 29-27 win over Campbell in the semifinals of the New City Nissan/HHSAA Boys Basketball Division I State Championships. Story »

Columns
After the University of Hawaii football team had collected the biggest check in its history ($650,000) for a 2008 pummeling at Florida, head coach Greg McMackin expressed relief at the absence of any additional "bounty" games on the schedule. Story »

Negus Webster-Chan is a very funny guy. But his coach, Benjy Taylor, was much more amused with the small forward’s 20 points as Hawaii beat Long Beach State 78-59 on Thursday night than he was by the sharpshooter’s latest gag at the shoot-around earlier in the day. Story »

For Saturday, February 28, 2015
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For Saturday, February 28, 2015
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