Fujikawa places 28th in eGolf event • UH places 16th in MPSF championships • HPU women roll past Hawaii Hilo in hoops • Hawaii Pacific sweeps BYUH in softball • Fresno Pacific takes 2 from Hawaii Hilo • Baldemor, Won to speak at QB Club
The Hawaii sand volleyball team was ranked No. 5 in the AVCA preseason poll announced Friday. The Rainbow Wahine, 6-7 last season, are ranked behind preseason No. 1 and 2012 national champion Pepperdine.
Baldwin graduate Justin Keiley of Brigham Young shot a 6-under-par 66 Thursday to take the individual lead at 134 after the second day of the 38th John A. Burns Intercollegiate at the Wailua Golf Course on Kauai.
New opponents and more home tournaments highlight Hawaii's third sand volleyball season.
The Rainbow Wahine open March 7 with dual matches against defending national champion Long Beach State, Loyola Marymount and Stanford. The four teams will compete in a pairs tournament the next day.
Dixie State trips BYUH in overtime • Point Loma rolls past Chaminade • Sea Lions drop Silverswords in hoops • Red Storm women edge Seasiders • Hawaii women's golf team places fourth • ASP women add Maui to finish '14 season
Hawaii picked to finish sixth in Big West • Sawada, Kua seek Asian Tour player cards • Zumba class to benefit Goods-Fernandez • Tatupu-Leopoldo scores 32 in BYUH loss • UH tops Santa Clara in water polo opener
Bailey reaches Chaminade milestone • Vulcans host Coaches vs. Cancer game • BYUH's Friel earns weekly honor • HPU, Hawaii Hilo to meet alumni • Vulcans scholarship fundraiser set • Vulcans receive team ethics award
Whitney Fieldsted scored 10 points and hit the game-winning basket as Brigham Young-Hawaii defeated Fresno Pacific 55-54 in a Pacific West Conference women's basketball game on Saturday in Fresno, Calif.
The Chaminade men's basketball team was selected as the Pacific West Conference's winner of the Division II Award of Excellence for its role in making the dream of a former high school basketball player to be on a college team come true.
Tuileta and Padello perfected their crafts to become the best at what they do
The best of artists, over time, learn to reinvent themselves rather successfully. Larry Tuileta wasn't just an artist, though. The Punahou quarterback evolved from linebacker on the intermediate team to All-State quarterback as a junior.
Punahou graduate Ryan Saunders won Sunday's 32nd Possibly Annual Hawaiian Christmas Looong Distance Invitational Rough-H2O Swim, finishing the 4.33-mile course from San Souci Beach to Ala Wai Harbor and back in 1 hour, 35 minutes and 41 seconds.
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
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Underground art went wildly public Feb. 8-15 on the streets of Kakaako, where more than 100 local and international street artists installed a colorful splash of murals across area buildings and walls, while also gathering throughout the week for art-focused lecture series, films and a block party – a movement known as Pow! Wow! Read More »