Friday, May 29, 2015         

Sports

 Wahine had trip of a lifetime
Souvenirs come in many forms, some more easily packed than others. Beyond the T-shirts and photos that were exchanged with Italian, Slovenian, Austrian and Czech teams, or the boxes of Kolonada cocoa cookies and kinder surprise chocolate eggs with toys inside that were stuffed into backpacks and luggage, Hawaii’s most valuable baggage didn’t put the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team over the weight limit. Story »
 Mediation fails, so Arnold, UH will head to arbitration
An impasse has been declared in the mediation of former men’s basketball coach Gib Arnold’s grievance against the University of Hawaii. The two parties met once, May 8, before the impasse was signaled by the mediator, an attorney for Arnold said Thursday. Story »
 Wahine have sights on NCAA qualifying 
A little bit of imagination helped propel Rachel Toliver to a conference championship. Picturing the progression from her approach to takeoff to landing was already part of Toliver’s triple jump routine when a sports psychologist visited the University of Hawaii track and field team this spring.  Story »
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FERD'S WORDS
Had Walter Byers received a nickel in royalties every time the term "student-athlete" was used, he might have been worth as much as the NCAA, which he put on the path to becoming a multi-billion dollar enterprise. Story »


FURTHER REVIEW
It was just a recreational softball league. Our team, representing the company we worked for, HMSA, didn't approach it that way. We were expected to win the Financial League championship every year in the 1990s, and we often did. Story »

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