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Chaminade men’s hoops stay undefeated

The Chaminade men’s basketball team beat Dallas Baptist 87-81 in the Hoops in Hawaii D2 Power Invitational at the Hawaii Convention Center on Monday. Read More

Saint Martin’s tops Chaminade women

Diamond Carter scored a season-high 26 points but it wasn’t enough as Saint Martin’s defeated Chaminade 69-59 in the Malika Sports Oahu Christmas Classic on Sunday at McCabe gym. Read More

HPU women topple Saint Martin’s in basketball

Samantha Lambrigtsen finished with 23 points and nine rebounds and Alysha Marcucci added 18 points as the Hawaii Pacific women’s basketball team beat Saint Martin’s 86-67 in the Oahu Christmas Classic on Saturday at St. Francis School. Read More

HPU splits with Holy Names in basketball

Samantha Lambrigtsen scored 17 points and Alysha Marcucci added 16 as the Hawaii Pacific women’s basketball team defeated Holy Names 68-48 on Thursday at Moanalua High School. Read More

Tua Tagovailoa named Polynesian College Football Player of the Year

Alabama quarterback and Saint Louis alumnus Tua Tagovailoa was named the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year today. Read More
 

Chaminade men’s hoops still undefeated

The Chaminade’s men basketball team, ranked No. 20 in the NABC Coaches poll, beat Hawaii Pacific 68-55 Tuesday afternoon at McCabe Gym to stay undefeated. Read More

Faatui Tuitele of Saint Louis named finalist for player of the year

Saint Louis defensive tackle Faatui Tuitele is one of five finalists for the Polynesian high school football player of the year, Polynesian Football Hall of Fame officials announced today. Read More

5 players sign with Hawaii Hilo softball team

Hawaii Hilo softball coach Callen Perreira announced the signing of five players for the 2019 season. Read More
 

NFL stars named Polynesian Bowl captains

NFL standouts Haloti Ngata and JuJu Smith-Schuster were named the honorary team captains for the upcoming Polynesian Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Read More

Chaminade eases past UH Hilo

Diamond Carter had 16 points, and Destiny Castro added 13 and nine rebounds, as Chaminade defeated Hawaii Hilo 65-58 on Saturday at McCabe Gym. Read More

HPU, Chaminade women’s hoops lose

Lauryn Hippolite finished with 18 points and Abbey Noblett added 13 points and seven rebounds, but the Hawaii Pacific women’s basketball team fell to Simon Fraser 82-67 at the Coast-To-Coast Classic on Saturday in Anchorage, Alaska. Read More
 

Castro leads Chaminade to historic win

Destiny Castro scored 33 points with 10 rebounds and nailed an off-balance 33-foot jumper as time expired, leading the Chaminade women’s basketball team to a 79-77 win over Minot (N.D.) State in the Oahu Thanksgiving Classic at St. Francis School Gym. Read More

Hamilton, Blanchard into WSL Maui Pro

Bethany Hamilton and Alana Blanchard were awarded wild-card spots in the Beachwaver Maui Pro, as announced by the World Surfing League on Monday. Read More

Chaminade remains undefeated in men’s basketball

Junior forward Jake Hutchings came off the bench for 19 of his game-high 30 points after halftime and Chaminade outscored Oakland City (Ind.) 53-31 over the final 20 minutes in a 99-64 nonconference men’s basketball victory on Saturday at McCabe Gym. Read More

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