Smyth and Babkina win XTERRA titles • Two runners won their first XTERRA Trail Run World Championships on Sunday at Kualoa Ranch. Patrick Smyth of Salt Lake City won the overall title with a 21-kilometer off-road course time of 1 hour, 16 minutes, 38 seconds.
Hawaii golfers miss cut in qualifier • Team USA edges Italy in five sets • PacWest awards men's soccer all-stars • HPU, BYU-Hawaii compete in GNAC tourney • UH swimmers top Arena Invitational • Hawaii Kings take on Auckland
San Diego State rallies past the winless Rainbow Warriors in overtime
The University of Hawaii football team went a long way to suffer yet another heartbreak. This time, San Diego State used a rejuvenated running attack to seize a 28-21 overtime victory before 23,229 at Aloha Stadium.
NFL Islanders, University of Hawaii, » Mat McBriar*, P, Steelers: five punts for a 39.0-yard average, Punahou, » Manti Te'o*, LB, Chargers: three solo tackles, two assisted tackles and one pass defended
Hawaii Hilo sweeps Holy Names • Four attackers recorded six or more kills as Hawaii Hilo (10-11, 5-11 Pacific West Conference) swept visiting Holy Names 25-16, 25-15, 25-20 in women's volleyball on Sunday in Hilo.
Maui's Lenny wins standup-paddling title •
Kauai surfer second in world junior event •
HPU runner first in PacWest cross country •
HPU had 45 points to place second overall to Azusa Pacific (34) and more
University of Hawaii diver Amund Gismervik broke new ground on Monday, setting a school record in the men's platform dive to highlight the final day of UH's dual meet with Arizona State and Utah at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.
University of Hawaii softball players Jori Jasper, Kelly (Majam) Elms and Sharla Kliebenstein were named Division I All-America Scholar-Athletes by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association on Monday.
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Micah Christenson was named best server and best setter in his international debut, helping the U.S. national men's volleyball team win the NORCECA Continental Championship on Saturday. Team USA beat host Canada 25-23, 25-20, 25-14 in Langley, British Columbia, to win its first zonal title since 2007.
Hawaii freshman goalkeeper Monk Berger was honored as the Big West Conference women's soccer defensive player of the week Monday after shutout performances in UH wins at Oregon and Oregon State over the weekend.
Kate Robinson, a former Kamehameha and University of Hawaii softball standout, was named MVP of the European Cup Women A tournament in Prague, Czech Republic last week while leading her team to the gold medal.
Kim seven strokes back at U.S. Amateur • Wahine No. 11 in preseason poll • Hawaii hoops in ESPN tip-off marathon • Chaminade tabs Yuen as golf coach • Pearl City undefeated in pool play • Saints fall in Cal Ripken • Hilo falls in softball world series
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Medical Mission To The Philippines
Help from more than a dozen medical professionals and about two dozen other allied health professionals from Hawaii was organized immediately after the calamity for a medical mission to the Philippines. Read More »
Water Safety Clinics For Keiki
Professional surfer Duane DeSoto is a very busy man these days. DeSoto also was juggling emails and phone calls while organizing Na Kama Kai’s upcoming Ocean Safety and Conservation Awareness Clinics. Read More »