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UC Irvine fends off Hawaii women’s basketball team

In their first game since losing top scorer and rebounder Makenna Woodfolk for the season, the Rainbow Wahine suffered a 53-48 loss to UC Irvine tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center. It knocked UH (11-14, 7-5 Big West) from a tie for second down to fifth with four regular-season games remaining. Read More
 

No. 1 Duke, Zion Williamson figuring out what’s next after knee injury

As his Nike shoe blew out, Williamson sprained his right knee on the first possession of what became top-ranked Duke’s 88-72 loss to No. 8 North Carolina on Wednesday night. Read More
 

After veteran salaries drop, baseball players want change

Players want change, and management could be open to negotiations for alterations to the collective bargaining agreement as part of an extension of the current deal, set to expire in December 2021. Read More

Top scorer Makenna Woodfolk leaves Hawaii basketball program

The Hawaii women’s basketball team will be without its leading scorer and rebounder for the rest of the season, the university announced. Forward Makenna Woodfolk is leaving the program because she is pregnant. Read More

USA Gymnastics hires NBA exec Li Li Leung as new CEO

USA Gymnastics hired Leung as its new president and chief executive officer today, a job she accepted in an effort to help the organization and the sport find a way forward. Read More

Carolina Hurricanes owner invests $250M in new football league

Carolina Hurricanes owner and CEO Tom Dundon is investing $250 million in the Alliance of American Football. Dundon also will serve as chairman of the eight-team league that began play on Feb. 9. Read More

Kareem: Players like Anthony Davis have value, hold power

If anyone understands what Anthony Davis is thinking, asking for a trade out of New Orleans with nearly 1 1/2 seasons left on his contract, it’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. His own trade request in 1974 came with two years left on his contract in Milwaukee. Read More

Lou Gehrig cap could sell for $200K at auction

A collection of Lou Gehrig memorabilia, which includes various photographs, letters and signed documents, and baseballs, is now available at auction. Read More
 

No. 2 Hawaii ties program record for consecutive sweeps in win over Lincoln Memorial

No. 2 Hawaii tied a program record for consecutive sweeps with 10 when defeating Lincoln Memorial 25-9, 25-17, 27-25 in a nonconference men’s volleyball match tonight at the Stan Sheriff Center. Read More

Portland pitchers combine on 3-hitter to beat Hawaii

Three Portland pitchers combined on a three-hitter to help the Pilots earn a 4-0 baseball victory over Hawaii today at Les Murakami Stadium. Read More

Team LeBron rallies to beat Team Giannis at NBA All-Star Game

LeBron James was trading lob passes with Dwyane Wade again, one last time. Catching lobs from former teammate Kyrie Irving once again, too. And after making a stepback 3-pointer late, he stared down Joel Embiid to send a message without saying a word. Read More

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