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Stephen Tsai

Stephen Tsai is the Honolulu Star-Advertiser's sports beat reporter covering University of Hawaii football, men's basketball and baseball.


Tsai reported for The Honolulu Advertiser for 29 years and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser since 2010. The National Sports Media Association has named Tsai as Hawaii's Sportswriter of the Year seven times. He served three terms as president of the Asian American Journalists Association's Hawaii chapter.


Tsai was born in New York City, and is a graduate of Roosevelt High and the University of Hawaii. Tsai and his wife have two daughters, a fireknife-performing son and five grandchildren.
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How UH and UNLV match up for their Mountain West football opener

Wednesday was getaway day. But long after most of the Warriors left the Ching Complex to prepare for that afternoon’s departure to Las Vegas, quarterback Brayden Schager and wideout Jalen Walthall worked on a deep-post play that failed against New Mexico State. Read more

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                                Warriors holder Ben Falck leaped above the pile as he celebated with the rest of the Warriors after place-kicker Matthew Shipley booted the game-winner as time expired to beat New Mexico State 20-17 at the Clarence T.C. Ching Complex on Saturday.
Hawaii finds a way to rally over New Mexico State

What remained of a crowd of 8,382 were drenched from the Manoa rain but whose enthusiasm was not doused as Matthew Shipley’s field-goal attempt from 24 yards was true as time expired. Read more

                                UH coach Timmy Chang and Oregon coach Dan Lanning, right, met after Saturday’s game in Eugene, Ore.
Chang hopes Warriors learn from Power Five losses

Timmy Chang refused to bury the evidence. In the aftermath of Saturday’s 55-10 road loss to Oregon, the Hawaii football team’s second-year head coach made sure video copies of the game would be reviewed — and preserved — as learning tools. Read more

                                Oregon quarterback Bo Nix left the field at Autzen Stadium after leading Oregon to a win over Portland State in Eugene, Ore. earlier this month.
Oregon Ducks fly by Knight

The University of Oregon’s Moshofsky Center is a majestic indoor training facility. In a few years, Moshofsky becomes a backup to a privately funded, state-of-the-art indoor facility that will be primarily for the football program. Read more

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