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HPU teams win UH Hilo Invitational

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii Pacific's cross country teams swept the men's and women's races at Saturday's UH Hilo Invitational.

BYUH's Zhang to play in ITA All-Star Outing

By Star-Advertiser staff
Brigham Young-Hawaii junior Nannan (Dallas) Zhang was named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Star and will be the only Division II women's representative at Friday's ITA All-Star Outing at Forest Hills, N.Y.

Matsui earns bid to New Jersey

By Star-Advertiser staff
Honolulu’s Shigeru Matsui overcame a variety of weather conditions to finish with an even-par 72 to win the U.S. Senior Amateur Qualifier at Pearl Country Club on Wednesday. Golfers barely finished the tournament due to thunder and lightning in the afternoon.

Chen selected preseason best setter

Posted 1:30 a.m. HST, Aug 26, 2015
Michelle Chen of BYU-Hawaii was selected the PacWest preseason setter of the year in voting by coaches on Tuesday.

Postponed football games resume Monday

By Star-Advertiser staff
The high school football game between No. 8 Kapolei and No. 10 Kailua that was suspended in the first quarter on Saturday will resume on Monday at 6 p.m. at Kailua, according to OIA football coordinator Harold Tanaka.

Ma'a, U.S. boys fall to Brazil in FIVB play

By Star-Advertiser staff
Recent Punahou graduate Micah Ma'a had a team-high 12 points, including four aces, but it was not enough to lift the U.S. Boys Youth National Team against Brazil in a classification match of the FIVB Boys U19 World Championship in Resistencia, Argentina.

Ma'a, U.S. lose to Russia at U19 tourney

By Star-Advertiser staff
The U.S. Boys Youth National Volleyball Team, with Punahou graduate Micah Ma'a at setter and incoming Hawaii freshman Joe Worsley at libero, fell to defending world champion Russia 25-22, 25-20, 25-23 on Friday in the quarterfinals of the 2015 FIVB Boys' U19 World Championship in Argentina.

May-Treanor to compete at OceanFest

By Star-Advertiser staff
Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist Misty May-Treanor will compete in the Outrigger Resorts Duke Kahanamoku Sand Volleyball Pro-Am on Tuesday, one of 27 events in the 14th Duke’s OceanFest that opens its nine-day schedule on Saturday.

U.S. boys volleyball team into quarterfinal

By Star-Advertiser staff
The U.S. boys youth national team, with recent Punahou graduate Micah Ma‘a at setter and incoming Hawaii freshman Joe Worsley at libero, swept Mexico on Wednesday in the round of 16 of the FIVB Boys U19 World Championship in Resistencia, Argentina.

Pearl City Juniors shut out at World Series

By Star-Advertiser staff
Pearl City lost 10-0 to Frederick County (Va.) at the Little League Junior Division (ages 13-14) World Series on Tuesday in Taylor, Mich.

Pearl City Juniors improve to 2-0

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Pearl City Juniors improve to 2-0 • UH women’s basketball schedule released • Ma’a helps U.S. youth volleyball team go to 3-0 • Oda, Suppa tied for 49th at U.S. Amateur

UH basketball season tickets on sale

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
UH basketball season tickets on sale • Bourne-Hyden second at Manhattan Beach • Former UH recruit comes out as gay

Crabbs, Bourne advance in Manhattan

By Star-Advertiser staff
Brothers Trevor and Taylor Crabb of Honolulu upset top-seeded Casey Patterson and Jake Gibb to advance to Sunday's semifinals of the prestigious AVP Manhattan Beach (Calif.) Open.

Ichimura wins OCC Senior title

By Star-Advertiser staff
Scott Ichimura finished at 4 over par to claim the Senior Championship at the 52nd annual Oahu Country Club Men’s Invitational on Friday.

Pearl City wins Junior Western Regional

By Star-Advertiser staff
Chaesten Chon’s hit to right field scored Rayson Carriaga from second base as Pearl City beat Manhattan Beach, Calif., 2-1 in 10 innings to win the Little League Junior Division (ages 13-14) Western Regional on Wednesday at Vancouver, Wash.

Nam, Galdiano advance in match play

By Star-Advertiser staff
Kailua’s Malia Nam and Pearl City’s Mariel Galdiano won in Wednesday’s opening round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur in Portland, Ore.

Galdiano advances to match play

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Galdiano advances to match play • Waipio rallies to beat Arizona • Chaminade basketball adds transfers • Vulcans hosting baseball clinic

Galdiano fourth at U.S. Women’s Amateur

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Pearl City’s Mariel Galdiano is in a four-way tie for fourth after shooting a 2-under-par 70 during the first round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur on Monday in Portland, Ore.

Waipio falls in West Regional opener

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Representing Hawaii at the Little League West Regional, Waipio fell 16-9 to Southern California representative Sweetwater Valley from Bonita on Sunday at Houghton Stadium in San Bernandino, Calif.

Electricians Hawaii goes unbeaten

By Star-Advertiser staff
Electricians Hawaii completed an unbeaten run through the 2015 Hawaii College Basketball Summer League with a 75-68 defeat of Wealth Strategy Partners on Saturday night at Maryknoll's gym.

UH hoops reads to children

By Star-Advertiser staff
The Hawaii men’s basketball team paid a visit to Waikiki Elementary School on Friday morning to read books to children. Most of the team was present and was well received.

Galdiano loses in playoff at Junior PGA

By Star-Advertiser staff
Pearl City’s Mariel Galdiano lost in a playoff to Elizabeth Wong of San Marino, Calif., on Friday during the 40th Junior PGA Championship at Miramont Country Club in Bryan, Texas.

Galdiano a shot behind leader

By Star-Advertiser staff
Three-time state high school champion Mariel Galdiano is a shot out of first going into Thursday’s final round of the 40th Junior PGA Championship, at Miramont Country Club in Texas.

Galdiano tied for fourth at Junior PGA

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Galdiano tied for fourth at Junior PGA • HPU hires Sgambati • UH Hilo’s Kurokawa earns pitching honor

Galdiano seventh at Junior PGA

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Galdiano seventh at Junior PGA • Hawaii athletes win 9 medals

Galdiano clinches Canadian Amateur

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Punahou’s Mariel Galdiano won the Canadian Women’s Amateur on Friday, closing with a 3-under 69 for a one-stroke victory over Bethany Wu in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

McDowell wins Transpac overall title

By Star-Advertiser staff
James McDowell of Waikiki Yacht Club was named overall winner of the Transpac race, a 2,225-mile voyage from Los Angeles to Honolulu.

Players fare well at beach championships

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii’s Savana Greene and Peri Green, the defending Hawaii state prep beach girls champions, found success with different partners on the AAU junior tournament sand courts earlier this month in California.

Guillen chosen as UH Hilo athletic director

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
University of Hawaii Hilo Chancellor Donald Straney announced his selection of Patrick Guillen as athletic director on Tuesday.

Tulimasealii on Polynesian Football list

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
University of Hawaii junior defensive lineman Kennedy Tulimasealii, a product of Waianae High School, is among 36 players on the preseason watch list for the 2016 Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award, which was announced Tuesday.

Ahuna earns gold; Aloha Region second

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Ahuna earns gold; Aloha Region second • Manoa 12-U wins at Ripken World Series • Punahou 15-U prevails at Ruth regional

Transpac title still contested

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Transpac title still contested • Henderson to speak at QB Club • De La Torre, McMahon win Tinman

Viloria wins with first-round TKO

By Star-Advertiser staff
Brian Viloria set up a potential world title fight later this year with a first-round TKO victory over Omar Soto on Saturday night in Hollywood, Calif.

Alo sisters win in national tourney

By Star-Advertiser staff
State wrestling champions Teshya and Teniya Alo added national titles last week. The sisters both won their weight classes at the ASICS/Vaughan Junior National wrestling tournament at Fargo, N.D.

Celerity expected first in Transpac Race

By Star-Advertiser staff
Celerity, with skipper Harry Zanville, is expected to be the first of 52 boats to complete the 2,225-mile Transpac Race from Long Beach, Calif., to Diamond Head.

3 UH football players earn scholar awards

By Star-Advertiser staff
Three University of Hawaii football players were named Mountain West Scholar-Athletes Wednesday, including two who earned their third consecutive academic honor.

AVP Next set for Saturday at Queen’s

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
AVP Next set for Saturday at Queen’s • U.S. loses to Canada in Pan American Games • UH men’s tennis gets academic nod • Pearl City advances in Little League • Hawaii Rush wins national club title

Hawaii Hilo to induct 4 into hall of fame

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Hawaii Hilo to induct 4 into hall of fame • Abunai 04 White Boys win U-12 division • Ota claims berth in U.S. Amateur

Lending Club 2 breaks world record

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Hawaii Beat: Lending Club 2 breaks world record • Averill leads USA in Pan Am win • US national team earns bronze in FIVB • Kalakaua Wahine win Vegas hoops tourney

Asing advances at J-Bay surfing

By Star-Advertiser staff
Tour rookie Keanu Asing, the only remaining Hawaii surfer, will face Australia’s Mick Fanning in a Round 5 elimination heat Sunday at the World Surf League J-Bay Open in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa.

U.S. men’s team advances in World League

By Star-Advertiser staff
The U.S. men’s national volleyball team, hitting .314 behind Honolulu’s Micah Christenson at setter, advanced to the World League semifinals with Friday’s 25-21, 25-22, 24-26, 25-20 victory over France in Rio de Janeiro.

Konawaena's Molina commits to WSU

By Star-Advertiser staff
Konawaena incoming senior Chanelle Molina, the reigning Star-Advertiser All-State girls basketball player of the year, has committed to Washington State, according to a release from Konawaena coach Bobbie Awa.

Ex-Warrior Olsen signs to play in France

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Ex-Warrior Olsen signs to play in France • HPU hosts golf fundraiser at Pearl • Kemp selected to Biletnikoff Watch List

Miyamoto wins Waialae Women’s tourney

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Miyamoto wins Waialae Women’s tourney • Polynesian hall adds pro football award

Husslein helps Guam to Pacific Games gold

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Husslein helps Guam to Pacific Games gold • Trio of local surfers eliminated • Hawaii team wins bronze at senior games • Chaminade hosting golf fundraiser • Transpac Yacht Race gets underway • 4 gain Hawaii Waterman induction • 4 local teams in National Cup XIV Finals

48th Transpac begins Monday

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
48th Transpac begins Monday • Leahi 00 Premier wins at Presidents Cup

King scores 19 in Pacific Games loss

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii incoming senior guard Destiny King scored 19 points, but it was not enough, as American Samoa fell to Fiji 75-61 in the Pacific Games gold medal women's basketball game Saturday in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Yoshida named chairman of Koa Anuenue

By Star-Advertiser staff
Former University of Hawaii athletic director Hugh Yoshida has been named chairman of the board for ‘Ahahui Koa Anuenue, the non-profit fundraising arm of UH athletics, the school announced.

Beatty picked as U.S. squad co-captain

By Star-Advertiser staff

King playing well for American Samoa

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
King playing well for American Samoa • Shojis help U.S. win World League pool • 3 playing volleyball for American Samoa • 5 UH Wahine in World University Games • Tinman triathlon entry deadline nears

UH players set to join summer league

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Several returning University of Hawaii men’s basketball players are expected to be in action starting Tuesday at the College Summer League at the Manoa Valley District Park gym.

Florian, Dudley win off-road triathlon titles

By Star-Advertiser staff
Sergio Florian and Laurel Dudley repeated as winners of the Xterra Freedom Fest off-road triathlon on Saturday at Kualoa Ranch.

Hawaii surfers fare well at NSSA meet

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii's Seth Moniz and Brisa Hennessey won all three of their heats to advance to the semifinals of their respective divisions at the NSSA National Championships on Thursday in Huntington Beach, Calif.

Averill named to Pan American squad

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii All-American middle blocker Taylor Averill was one of 12 players selected to play for the U.S. men's volleyball team at the Pan American Games later this month in Toronto.

Mariota and Kikaha earn Pac-12 medals

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Mariota and Kikaha earn Pac-12 medals • Harris to row at Henley Royal Regatta • 54 UH athletes are BWC all-academic

UH ranks 100 in Director’s Cup standings

By Star-Advertiser staff
UH ranks 100 in Director’s Cup standings • HPU adds trio to women’s soccer roster • Asing wins heat at Ballito Pro

U.S. junior men’s team second at Pan Am

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
U.S. junior men’s team second at Pan Am • Baxter dominates at World Series opener • Bourne, Hyden pick up second beach win

High school football referees meet Monday

By Star-Advertiser staff
The OIA Independent Football Officials, an organization encompassing referees and auxillary officials for the Oahu Interscholastic Association and Interscholastic League of Honolulu, will hold its season-opening meeting Monday at McKinley High School's Hirata Hall.

UH's Barr named second-team All-American

By Star-Advertiser staff
University of Hawaii sophomore Chloe Barr led a group of four Rainbow Wahine players named to the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches All-America teams on Friday.

Florita, Tuionetoa honored for academics

By Star-Advertiser staff
Chaminade women's basketball player Glacen Florita and Brigham Young-Hawaii tennis player Marietta Tuionetoa were named Pacific West Conference Scholar-Athletes of the Year for their respective sports on Thursday.

Inaugural golf event benefits UH AKA

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Inaugural golf event benefits UH AKA • Pearlside Boxing Club hosts ‘Fight Night 5’ • Balasi replaces Lopez in Sands’ main event

Harrison garners Baseball America honor

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Oregon State’s KJ Harrison, who is playing for the United States Collegiate National Team, was named to Baseball America’s freshman All-America first team on Monday.

Hawaii athletes Adolpho, Ching, Fong up for NCAA Woman of the Year

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii athletes Adolpho, Ching, Fong up for NCAA Woman of the Year • USA volleyball loses to Iran • Seahawks' Bennett to host health fest

‘Iolani names baseball, softball coaches

By Star-Advertiser staff
‘Iolani School has named head coaches for its varsity baseball and softball programs.

Warriors win second surfing title in a row

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Kamehameha’s high school surfing team won its second consecutive national surfing title at Salt Creek, Dana Point, Calif.

Holloway gets UFC main-event fight

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services

Zietz eliminated in Fiji

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Hawaii’s Sebastian Zietz was eliminated in round three of the Fiji Pro on Monday in Tavarua, Fiji.

Slater, Reynolds roll on in Fiji

By Star-Advertiser staff
Slater, Reynolds roll on in Fiji • Campbell champions to speak at QB Club

Marissa Chow earns All-American honors

By Star-Advertiser staff
Pepperdine golfer and ‘Iolani alum Marissa Chow was named to the Golfweek All-American third team announced Thursday. She was also named honorable mention from the Women's Golf Coaches Association.

Zietz, Asing claim heats at Fiji Pro

By Star-Advertiser staff
Zietz, Asing claim heats at Fiji Pro • Football camps set for this weekend • Tongan, Samoan rugby teams to play

UH men's hoops adds Tummala

By Star-Advertiser staff
UH men's hoops adds Tummala • HPU women's basketball picks up duo

Hayashi, Carll win Kaanapali Pro

By Star-Advertiser staff
Kevin Hayashi and Kevin Carll shot a 6-under-par 64 to win the Kaanapali Classic Pro Pro by three strokes on Monday at the Kaanapali Kai Golf Course.

Nomura, Hogs off to College World Series

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Arkansas second baseman Rick Nomura (Punahou ’12) lifted a sacrifice fly to score one of three first-inning runs for Arkansas that held up in a 3-2 win over Missouri State on Sunday to advance to the College World Series.

Medeiros misses weight for UFC fight

By Star-Advertiser staff
Makaha's Yancy Medeiros came in more than three pounds overweight for his UFC lightweight fight against Dustin Poirier on the main card of UFC Fight Night on Saturday in New Orleans.

Fey, Franciskovic make U.S. training team

Posted 1:30 a.m. HST, Jun 5, 2015
Hawaii outside hitter Kupono Fey and setter Jennings Franciskovic have been named to the 21-player roster for the U.S. Men's Junior National Volleyball Training Team.

Harrison earns All-American honors

By Star-Advertiser staff
Harrison earns All-American honors • UH men's basketball camps start Thursday

Weston-Webb reaches quarterfinals

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Weston-Webb reaches quarterfinals • Maximum Exposure camp this weekend • Schweitzer wins SUP event in Tahiti

Miyashiro leads U.S. volleyball vs. China

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Miyashiro leads U.S. volleyball vs. China • Anae named to U.S. junior national team

Hawaii thrower makes NCAAs

By Star-Advertiser staff
Hawaii thrower makes NCAAs • Sataraka's season ends with UCLA loss • Higa, UH administrator to speak at QB Club

HPU tennis receives All-America honors

By Star-Advertiser staff
HPU tennis receives All-America honors • Rough start for UH's Porlier-Langlois • Kip Akana to coach St. Francis football • Sataraka stays hot in UCLA loss

Rainbow Wahine basketball signs three

By Star-Advertiser staff
Versatility is a recurring theme among the University of Hawaii women’s basketball team’s latest signees.

Pina signs with UH softball team

By Star-Advertiser staff
Pina signs with UH softball team • Harrison is top freshman in Pac-12

Wahine sailing team stalls in semifinal

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Wahine sailing team stalls in semifinal • Santi earns academic honors at UCSB • 5 isle gymnasts receive scholar awards

Centeio wins Surf Into Summer Pro

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Centeio wins Surf Into Summer Pro • Molokai Challenge surfski event Saturday • Yamaguchi claims track coaching honor

Arlovski KOs Browne; Penn to Hall of Fame

By Star-Advertiser staff
Kailua's Travis Browne suffered a stunning first-round TKO loss to Andrei Arlovski in a heavyweight fight on the main card of UFC 187 in Las Vegas on Saturday.

Smolka will fight on UFC card in July

By Star-Advertiser staff
Smolka will fight on UFC card in July • Tynanes and Lee victorious

Doane will make UFC return in July

By Star-Advertiser staff
Doane will make UFC return in July • UH pair qualify for West preliminary round

Ishii qualifies for U.S. Senior Open

By Star-Advertiser staff
Ishii qualifies for U.S. Senior Open • UH’s Nguyen bounced from NCAA tourney • Chaminade receives $500K for facilities

Park chosen as WAC player of the year

By Star-Advertiser staff
Park chosen as WAC player of the year • UH's Nguyen opens NCAAs against Gumulya • Hori grabs Gatorade girls soccer award

Agcaoili wins all-around gymnastics gold

By Star-Advertiser staff
Logan Agcaoili of Hawaiian Island Twisters won the all-around gold medal in the Junior 4 Division during the Level 9 Western National Gymnastics Junior Olympic Championships, which ended May 10 in Spokane, Wash.

Moore, Manuel and Ho fall in Brazil

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Moore, Manuel and Ho fall in Brazil • UH Hilo softballers on West Region team • Hedlund and Chang at Quarterback Club

Moore, Manuel and Ho advance in Brazil

By Star-Advertiser staff
Moore, Manuel and Ho advance in Brazil • UH women's track and field places sixth • Galdiano leads Jennie K by 12 strokes • HPU men lose in Division II tennis final • BYU-Hawaii women's tennis falls in semis

HPU men's tennis reaches NCAA D-II final

By Star-Advertiser staff
HPU men's tennis reaches NCAA D-II final • BYU-Hawaii women's tennis struggles • Galdiano leads at Jennie K Invitational • UH men's basketball camps start in June • Silva named Saint Louis basketball coach and more

HPU men's tennis reaches semifinals

By Star-Advertiser staff
HPU men's tennis reaches semifinals • BYU-Hawaii women's tennis advances • Hitchcock makes all-region team

HPU men remain undefeated in tennis

By Star-Advertiser staff
HPU men remain undefeated in tennis • Seasiders advance to quarterfinals • Bode, Lenz, Hancarova net national honors • Harada, Garczynski named All-PacWest

Nguyen named to ITA Watch List

By Star-Advertiser Staff and News Services
Nguyen named to ITA Watch List • HPU baseball lands 3 on All-PWC • UH baseball camps begin in June

Li‘ili‘i named Big West player of the week

By Star-Advertiser staff
University of Hawaii senior Leisha Li‘ili‘i earned the season's final Big West softball Field Player of the Week award on Monday after hitting .778 in her farewell series with the Rainbow Wahine.

Tavares, Curran lose UFC bouts

By Star-Advertiser staff
Tavares, Curran lose UFC bouts • Kahuku places second in Pacific Cup rugby • Tinman Triathlon registration open • Kaiser track and field will be at QB Club

Tavares and Curran ready for fights

By Star-Advertiser staff
Tavares and Curran ready for fights • UNLV's Oda is MWC's top freshman golfer • HPU tennis receives five regional awards

Acierto named PacWest Defender of Year

By Star-Advertiser staff
Acierto named PacWest Defender of Year • HPU's Lenz, Bode win conference honors

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