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Young, McHale, Lenny shine in HIC Pro

The North Shore competitive surf season kicked into gear Sunday with the first day of the HIC Pro. Read More

UH Hilo volleyball sweeps on the road

Alexandria Parisian finished with nine kills and Ashton Jessee had seven blocks as the Hawaii Hilo volleyball team swept Notre Dame de Namur 25-17, 25-23, 25-17 on Friday in Belmont, Calif. Read More

Wahine tabbed fifth, sixth in Big West

The Hawaii women’s basketball team has some work to do to build its way back up to respectability around the Big West. Read More

UH beach volleyball exhibition next month

The Hawaii beach volleyball team, coming off a third-place finish at May’s NCAA tournament, will host Cal Poly and UC Davis next month at Queen’s Beach. Read More
 

Tickets on sale for UH basketball teams

The consistency of Hawaii senior libero Reyn “Tita” Akiu was recognized by the Big West on Monday, with the Kamehameha Schools graduate earning the conference’s defensive player of the week award in volleyball. Read More

Hawaii soccer loses at UC Santa Barbara

A late slip by the Hawaii soccer team allowed UC Santa Barbara to emerge with a 1-0 victory in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Sunday afternoon. Read More
 

Junior surfers crowned at Turtle Bay

Maui’s Eli Hanneman and Kauai’s Keala Tomoda-Bannert were victorious at the HYSDO Pro Junior at Turtle Bay Resort on Tuesday at Haleiwa. Read More

UH volleyball drops to 73 in RPI

Hawaii won two matches but lost three spots in Monday’s NCAA women’s volleyball Ratings Percentage Index. Read More

UH coed sailors take second place

The University of Hawaii coed sailing team finished in second place, while the Rainbow Wahine took 15th at the 29th annual Stoney Burke Intersectional held Saturday and Sunday at Clipper Cove off of Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. Read More
 

Local surfers still in Quiksilver Pro chase

Hawaii’s Ezekiel Lau and Sebastian Zietz are still in the chase for the Quiksilver Pro France title. They are preparing to surf in the third round today. Read More

Hawaii surfers compete in France

Three Hawaii surfers moved past the first round during stop No. 9 on the World Surf League Championship Tour in 4- to 6-foot conditions in Soorts-Hossegor, France, on Tuesday. Read More

UH volleyball moves up 30 spots in RPI

Hawaii’s road split last week had the Rainbow Wahine move up 30 spots in Monday’s NCAA women’s volleyball Ratings Percentage Index. Read More

University of Hawaii soccer defeats UC Davis

A second-half goal explosion carried the Hawaii soccer team to a critical Big West win. Read More

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