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Season over for Ursua, UH’s best receiver

The University of Hawaii football team will be without its leading receiver for the rest of the season after slotback John Ursua was diagnosed with a torn ACL in his right knee. Read More

’Bows better do bye right in order to go to a bowl

Updated on  October 16, 2017 at 11:11 pm
As you may have heard by now, former University of Hawaii football coach Dick Tomey has a book out this week. Read More

Manin to fill UH women’s post on interim basis

Lois Manin is expected to be confirmed as the University of Hawaii’s interim associate athletic director and senior woman administrator when the Board of Regents meets Thursday. Read More

Tupuola-Fetui is heart and soul of Pearl City’s football team

Updated on  October 17, 2017 at 5:22 am
There’s not always a lot of difference between what you think you can do and what you can actually do, and sometimes it’s a matter of having the right people around you for support. Read More

5 big plays from Hawaii’s 37-26 win against San Jose State

Updated on  October 16, 2017 at 5:20 pm
Situation: San Jose State 10, Hawaii 0, 0:37 remaining first quarter, Hawaii ball third-and-9 at San Jose State 49 Read More

Improvement may not be enough for trip to a bowl

Updated on  October 16, 2017 at 7:02 pm
Did they hit the reset button a week too late? Read More

NFL islanders

Trevor Davis, Packers wide receiver — Had two kickoff returns for 55 yards, including one for 29 yards. He also returned a punt 8 yards while also making two fair catches in a 23-10 loss at Minnesota. He contributed a special-teams tackle. Read More

Cal State Northridge tops Wahine in soccer

Despite taking a second-half lead, the Hawaii soccer team couldn’t close the deal in a 2-1 loss to Cal State Northridge on Sunday afternoon at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Read More

Warriors find a way to beat San Jose State

The Hawaii football team found a remedy for its recent ills: feed running back Diocemy Saint Juste, starve a losing streak. Read More

Moore surfs to Roxy Pro France title

Hawaii’s Carissa Moore captured the Roxy Pro France championship on Saturday in the second to last World Surf League event of the year in Hossegor, France. Read More

Campbell comes up big late to top Leilehua

Updated on  October 15, 2017 at 1:49 pm
On a rainy night in Wahiawa, all Darren Johnson hoped for was one big play. Read More

UH defense spurs mistakes

In a game rife with tense situations — one more so than the rest — the Hawaii defense swears it wasn’t worried about a thing. Read More

Rainbow Wahine serve up a loss to CSUN

Despite a season-high 17 service errors, Hawaii needed its serving to secure its latest victory in Big West Conference women’s volleyball. Read More

Notebook: Reduced penalties

A week after committing 11 penalties for 114 yards in a loss at Nevada, Hawaii was flagged seven times for 41 yards, tying season lows, in Saturday’s 37-26 win over San Jose State. Read More

James questionable to face Irving, Celtics in Cavs’ opener

LeBron James has never missed a season opener in the NBA — or at any level. His streak is in jeopardy. James remains questionable against the Boston Celtics and former teammate Kyrie Irving because of a sprained left ankle that has bothered him for three weeks. Read More

Suspended Elliott’s lawyers cite tight NFL roster deadline

Attorneys for Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott requested an emergency hearing in federal court in New York on the belief that the running back’s six-game suspension over domestic violenc eallegations would be in place for at least a week without further legal intervention. Read More

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