Ryder Kuhns' two-out, opposite-field single brought pinch runner Anthony Lau home for the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Saint Louis rallied past 'Iolani 3-2 to capture the ILH regular-season baseball title.
The Kamehameha boys and Punahou girls brought the most noise at the Punahou Relays on Saturday at Alexander Field. The Warriors claimed five relay races and the Buffanblu girls took four. No other school won more than two.
Inbee Park walked off the 18th green saying she did everything she could to make a run at the LPGA Lotte Championship. The world's No. 1-ranked player shot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and nearly caught third-round leader Angela Stanford.
Angela Stanford was not about to make excuses when a subpar effort translated to an over-par final round at the 2014 LPGA Lotte Championship. Stanford shot 72-64-67-73—277 (12 under) and won $155,874 as the runner-up.
An eight-game losing streak and an 0-12 mark at Matador Field all-time might cause a team to try something different. The Hawaii baseball team's approach: Call a team meeting two hours before Saturday's series finale with Cal State Northridge.
Angela Stanford didn't let that phenomenal Thursday round go to her head.
So often after a professionals shoot extremely low, they follow it with a ho-hum 18 that drops them straight down the leaderboard.
The No. 3-ranked University of Hawaii sand volleyball team put itself in position for its first team appearance in the national championship by sweeping three dual matches at the Big West Challenge in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Friday.
With leader Angela Stanford pulling away from the pack, a rookie looking for her first top-10 on tour kept pace. North Dakota's Amy Anderson got hot with the putter, rolling in five birdies for a 4-under 68 to sit in a tie for fifth place heading into Saturday's final 18 holes of the LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club.
Michelle Wie took a detour on her way to the Ko Olina Golf Club media tent for post-round interviews. Wie, dissatisfied with her 2-under 70 in Friday's third round of the LPGA Lotte Championship, tried to get past some missed birdie opportunities and a bogey on 18 by smoothing things out at the putting green.
Michelle Wie has emphasized staying in the moment over the first two rounds of the LPGA Lotte Championship. For Angela Stanford, maintaining a similar mind-set was a necessity during her tour of Ko Olina Golf Club on Thursday morning.
Michelle Wie shot a 5-under 67, her best round in the three years of the LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club, placing her at 7 under and a shot behind leader Angela Stanford entering the weekend.
These are indeed brighter days for Hawaii running back Faga Wily. He is relatively healthy. He is participating again in the Rainbow Warriors' spring practices. And Easter Sunday is the due date for he and his wife's first child.
All-State offensive lineman Jordan Agasiva of Mililani High has made an oral commitment to play for the University of Hawaii football team in 2015. He is the first Hawaii prospect to accept a 2015 offer from the Rainbow Warriors.
The LPGA Lotte Championship is only halfway through its windblown third appearance at Ko Olina Golf Club, but Thursday's surge by Angela Stanford and Michelle Wie brought back rollicking memories of the 2009 SBS Open in Hawaii.
NORTHRIDGE, Calif. » What was supposed to be the start of the easy part of the schedule turned into the Hawaii baseball team's most disappointing effort of the season. At least, that's what coach Mike Trapasso called it — several times.
Michelle Wie is off to her most consistent start in an LPGA season since turning pro nine years ago. It was more of the same during Wednesday's first round of the LPGA Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club for the Punahou alumna, who fired a 2-under 70 to sit tied for fifth place.
Now that the University of Hawaii athletic department is poised to take control of sales of its logo wear on campus and at Ward Centre, some regents say the department should also move to gain the rights at Aloha Stadium.
Five games under .500, the Hawaii baseball team's RPI of 51 gives them a lot to play for despite a 2-7 start in the Big West. The reason? A schedule that ranks as the second toughest in the country, according to WarrenNolan.com.
Hawaii basketball coach Gib Arnold offered confirmation on two fronts Wednesday. In a UH press release, he first recognized the official signing of Indian Hills (Iowa) Community College guard Roderick Bobbitt on the first day of the spring signing period.
Kawika Lam wants victory badly enough. The Punahou junior made that abundantly clear on Wednesday with a 6-4, 6-3 sweep of Hawaii Baptist junior Jeffrey Liang in the boys singles final of the Clay Benham/ILH Tennis Championships at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park.
Hawaii has delivered all season for sand volleyball coach Scott Wong. The Rainbow Wahine are No. 3 nationally and take a 15-3 record into this week's tournament in Huntington Beach, Calif., to end the regular season.
Inbee Park's remarkable consistency has kept her atop the world golf rankings for a full year now. Michelle Wie has added that attribute to her game in greater measure in a swift ascent up the chart this season as she returns home for the LPGA Lotte Championship
When the 2014-15 men's basketball season rolls around, Hawaii will have a new starting point guard. Again. Keith Shamburger, who got the starting nod in 30 of 31 games of 2013-14, intends to depart the Rainbow Warriors and play for another team.
Special teams coordinator Chris Demarest said the upcoming football season will feature many happy returns. Demarest said the goal is for the Rainbow Warriors to lead the nation in kickoff-return yardage.
When it comes to the running game, the University of Hawaii football team is thinking big. Penitito Faalologo, who is 5 feet 11 and 250 pounds, returned to the backfield this week after spending three practices on the defensive line.
Academics were Angie Yoshizu's primary concern when trying to find a college that best suited her needs. Softball was always something she loved, but her desire to study nursing and biology and the ability to be near her sister on the East Coast is what drove her to Bloomfield College in New Jersey.
The Leilehua boys volleyball team is loving the big stage. Toma Savea pounded down 19 kills and Leilehua beat Kalaheo 25-19, 25-22, 25-27, 25-23 in the OIA tournament at Jim Alegre Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
University of Hawaii linebackers Benny Fonua and Jamie Tago have suffered knee injuries and might miss the rest of spring football training.
Both said they incurred the injuries during Saturday's practice.
When Dakota Grossman got her first taste of distance running in the first grade, she immediately asked for a second helping. "She came off (the track), and she's like, ‘I want to do that again,' " said Bobby Grossman.
Roderick Bobbitt gave his oral commitment to the Rainbow Warriors on Monday, choosing UH over other primary suitors Saint Mary's and Missouri. He visited the SMC campus but did not go to Mizzou, he said.
Kasey Magdadaro went 2-for-3 with a double and drove in three runs to lead the top-ranked Maryknoll Spartans to an 11-0 victory over the No.7 'Iolani Raiders in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu softball game Monday.
Led by Eri Macdonald's historic victory, the top four finishers of The Hapalua were within 94 seconds of each other with Macdonald — the first female to win in the race's three-year history, pulling away over the final mile.
Down by one coming off the 11th green, Jordan Spieth stepped up to the 12th tee and promptly hit his iron on the steep bank just short of the front of the green and watched the ball trickle down into the water.
Close to a year after a record performance at Ko Olina, Ariya Jutanugarn played her way back into the Lotte Championship on Sunday. Jutanugarn took advantage of relatively calm conditions to fire a 64 in the first round of last year's tournament.
When it comes to football grades, University of Hawaii defensive coordinator Kevin Clune is admittedly strict. But Clune acknowledged being pleased following Saturday's practice, the seventh of the Rainbow Warriors' spring training.
Reggie Torres has found a new home. He is now the offensive line coach at Punahou, the defending state football champion. That's what decades as a head coach — with two state titles on his resume — can do.
"I think effort-wise, it's an ‘A,' " Coach Norm Chow said following the Rainbow Warriors' seventh of 14 spring practices. The "Spring Fling," which will include a scrimmage-like segment, is considered the 15th practice.
Joey Martino hammered 15 kills and Ryan Moss pounded 14 as Corona del Mar (Calif.) swept Kamehameha-Hawaii 25-17, 25-23, 25-23 on Saturday on the final day of the Clash of the Titans at Punahou's Hemmeter Fieldhouse.
Long Beach State doubled its lead over Hawaii in the Big West softball standings with a doubleheader sweep on Saturday at 49er Softball Complex. Long Beach pitchers Erin Jones-Wesley and Amanda Hansen combined for 20 strikeouts in complete-game victories.
Noah Sakatani pitched five shutout innings and allowed just one hit as Kaiser blanked Kalani 11-0 in an OIA baseball game at Central Oahu Regional Park on Saturday. The game was called after five innings due to the mercy rule.
AUGUSTA, Ga. » Jason Day stood on the 17th tee, 200 yards and 10 shots removed from the Bubba Watson movement that was capturing the hearts and minds of thousands of patrons scattered across Augusta National.
Don't look at Campbell's unbeaten record and think that it has come easy. Relief pitcher Ian Kahaloa worked out of trouble in the seventh and the Sabers beat Waipahu 5-2 to clinch the OIA Red West at Campbell on Friday.
University of Hawaii linebacker Benneton "Benny" Fonua is no longer on the outside — not in his position alignment, not in his importance to the defense. "He's doing a good job for us," coach Norm Chow said of Fonua.
David Tibayan drilled 11 kills and had three blocks as unbeaten Leilehua held on for a 25-16, 25-19, 17-25, 25-17 win over Kahuku on Thursday night in the second round of the OIA Red boys volleyball playoffs.
UC Irvine did more than just damage Hawaii's record last weekend. The Anteaters left the Rainbow Warriors without a starting pitcher and potentially their leading hitter heading into another tough weekend against the nation's No. 4-ranked team.
The University of Hawaii volleyball team has crunched the numbers, checked them twice, and come to a practical solution. "To make it easier on everyone," middle blocker Nick West said, "let's just win both matches."
The University of Nevada-Las Vegas football team will be banned from the postseason, including the conference championship game, in 2014 due to poor academic performance, the school confirmed Thursday.
Amy Carlson and Danielle Lewis have spent the past two seasons protecting the net for the University of Hawaii water polo team. The Rainbow Wahine seniors will have two more opportunities to defend their home pool.
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