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Sunday 04/19/2015
Bound for university play

LIHUE — Kapaa High School senior Bryden Salvador was abruptly woken by his father, Nelson, Wednesday morning. When he came to, he had a letter in his hand.

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Friday 04/10/2015
Tough act to follow: Taylor out after 22-win season

When I first heard the news of the Hawaii men’s basketball hire, I was pretty stunned. Though there was certainly reason to read the writing on the wall and think there may be a new face at the end of the Warriors’ bench next season, my feeling was that UH would recognize what Benjy Taylor accomplished this year and deem him the best candidate to continue the program’s upward trend.

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Wednesday 04/01/2015
UH football announces 4 future opponents

HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii football team will play two Pac-12 opponents and two Football Championship Subdivision foes in its upcoming schedules.

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Wednesday 03/25/2015
Matagiese, Wahine hope to turn things around entering Big West slate

The rebuilding process seems to be headed in the right direction, though the Rainbow Wahine would certainly like to be entering Big West play with a little more momentum. As the University of Hawaii softball team opens its conference slate Friday (vs. UC Riverside, 6 p.m., Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium), the Wahine have lost five of their past seven games and boast a 19-14 overall record on the season. It may be a far cry from recent seasons of glory, but it’s a step in the right direction of regaining some of that prominence.

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Saturday 03/21/2015
Rainbow Wahine fall in OT at NIT

Hawaii lost to St. Mary’s 92-88 in the first round of the WNIT on Friday night in Moraga, California.

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Friday 03/20/2015
Wahine can shake off disappointment with NIT opener today

Both the University of Hawaii men’s and women’s basketball teams entered last Saturday with a chance to reach the ultimate postseason tournament. It turned into a disappointing day and neither was able to win their respective Big West Tournament titles. For the Wahine, they had already locked up a postseason bid by winning the regular-season championship, but they were a favorite to get to the Big Dance, having won 15 straight games. A 16th meant an NCAA Tournament berth, but it wasn’t to be.

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Wednesday 03/18/2015
Too little, too late? UH set to announce new AD in 2 weeks

It’s almost comical the way some of this is working out. Almost. Hilarious, but not actually funny.

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Sunday 03/15/2015
Rainbow Warriors fall one win shy, but still personify resilience

It would have been even more than a dream realized. That’s an almost too plausible description. This would have been the realization of something that at one time couldn’t have even occurred to a single individual — the realization of a thought that wasn’t even a whisper in the ether, like going to sleep in poverty and waking up in Forbes Magazine.

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Friday 03/13/2015
1 down, 2 to go? Hawaii tops LBSU to reach Big West semis

I mentioned Wednesday that Garrett Nevels would likely be the barometer for Hawaii’s success at the Big West Conference tournament. Well the senior certainly led the charge Thursday as the ‘Bows picked up the first of what they hope to be three wins in three days, knocking off Long Beach State, 79-72, at Anaheim’s Honda Center.

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Wednesday 03/11/2015
One and done or three and in: 'Bows open Big West tourney

Many years, Championship Week is even more exciting than the ensuing NCAA Tournament.

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Friday 03/06/2015
Some trouble with re-entry for ‘Bows at full strength

The up and down nature of conference play continued Wednesday night for the Rainbow Warriors as they lost their final home game of the season, 98-90, to UC Santa Barbara. The club is still one win shy of reaching 20 victories for the second straight season and completes its regular season schedule Saturday at Cal State Fullerton.

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Wednesday 02/25/2015
Role players value evident in 'Bows losses

They say you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone and I think the Hawaii men’s basketball team is realizing how important a pair of its rotation players have been to this season’s success. The Rainbow Warriors’ depth has been a major factor in accruing its 18 wins, but the bench has gotten much shorter with ankle injuries to forward Mike Thomas and guard Isaac Fleming. Thomas, in particular, is a player who doesn’t grab many headlines, but his presence provides a safety blanket the team is now clearly missing.

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Saturday 02/21/2015
Cal captures 5th Burns championship

WAILUA — The California Golden Bears golf team captured its fifth straight John A. Burns Intercollegiate Golf tournament Friday with a 12-under 852 after firing a final round 279 at the Wailua Golf Course on Friday.

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Friday 02/20/2015
Cal holds lead at Burns tournament

WAILUA — Shotaro Ban of California carded five birdies to Arizona’s George Cunningham’s three on Thursday at the John A. Burns golf tournament at Wailua Golf Course.

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Thursday 02/19/2015
California leads after first round

WAILUA — Shotaro Ban fired a 5-under par 67 to lead California on Wednesday at the opening round of the John A. Burns golf tournament at the Wailua Golf Course.

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Wednesday 02/18/2015
Burns tourney tees off today

WAILUA — The scores are out there, said University of Hawaii Coach Ronn Miyashiro. The boys need to go out there and find them.

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UH men and women combining for best hoops season in 13 years

With just 10 days remaining in February, we’re on the cusp of the best sports month of the year. College hoops owns March like no other sport singularly owns any month. Even your co-worker in accounting knows how to fill out a bracket. Sure, they pick the winners based on which cities they’ve visited or which mascot seems friendliest, but they probably won the office pool more recently than the resident sports junkie. March incorporates everyone into the college basketball fold.

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Saturday 02/14/2015
UH football hires new coordinators

HONOLULU – University of Hawaii head football coach Norm Chow announced the hiring of defensive coordinator Tom Mason and offensive coordinator Don Bailey, who will both join the Rainbow Warriors at the end of the month and in time for the start of spring training.

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Friday 02/13/2015
Rainbow Wahine have a winning formula — and it’s sustainable

While most of the focus has been on the turbulent but fascinating season that the men’s squad has been having, the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine basketball team is putting together what could be the program’s best year since 2001-02, which resulted in a 23-8 record and an NIT berth. I’m as guilty as anyone of keeping my eyes towards the men’s schedule, but the women are forcing us to turn our attention in their direction.

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Thursday 02/05/2015
UH lands 16 players on National Signing Day

HONOLULU – University of Hawaii head football coach Norm Chow announced the Rainbow Warriors’ 2015 signing class Wednesday. Chow and his coaching staff secured commitments from 16 high school, junior college prospects and transfers, the university said in a press release.

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