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  • Rainbow Warriors open fall camp on Thursday

    Rainbow Warriors facing high expectations heading into fall camp

    Rainbow Warriors facing high expectations heading into fall camp

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 11:30 PM EDT2017-07-27 03:30:17 GMT

    The Rainbow Warriors will open fall camp on Thursday morning bright and early. The 'Bows will report to their first practice of the season at 6:30 a.m. at Cooke Field tomorrow. The 'Bows return three preseason all-conference honorees in junior linebacker Jahlani Tavai, offensive lineman Dejon Allen, and safety Trayvon Henderson. 

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    The Rainbow Warriors will open fall camp on Thursday morning bright and early. The 'Bows will report to their first practice of the season at 6:30 a.m. at Cooke Field tomorrow. The 'Bows return three preseason all-conference honorees in junior linebacker Jahlani Tavai, offensive lineman Dejon Allen, and safety Trayvon Henderson. 

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  • Match-ups released for 2017 Diamond Head Classic

    Match-ups released for 2017 Diamond Head Classic

    Match-ups released for 2017 Diamond Head Classic

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 8:17 PM EDT2017-07-27 00:17:15 GMT

    Match-ups were released for the 2017 Diamond Head Classic on Wednesday morning. The tournament will feature eight teams who will play 12 games between Dec. 22-25 at the Stan Sheriff Center. This year's field includes Akron, Davidson, Hawaii, and NCAA five tournament participants from last year in Miami, Middle Tennessee, New Mexico State, Princeton and USC.  

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    Match-ups were released for the 2017 Diamond Head Classic on Wednesday morning. The tournament will feature eight teams who will play 12 games between Dec. 22-25 at the Stan Sheriff Center. This year's field includes Akron, Davidson, Hawaii, and NCAA five tournament participants from last year in Miami, Middle Tennessee, New Mexico State, Princeton and USC.  

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  • How friendship and Facebook brought two UH All-Americans back to Manoa to coach the Rainbow Wahine

    How friendship and Facebook brought two UH All-Americans back to Manoa to coach the Rainbow Wahine

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 12:26 AM EDT2017-07-26 04:26:10 GMT
    This year there will be two former Rainbow Wahine All-Americans on the UH women's volleyball coaching staff. Robyn Ah-Mow Santos and Angelica Ljungqvist are returning to Manoa this season as colleagues, with Ah Mow-Santos at the helm for the Wahine and Ljungqvist serving as an assistant coach. And they bring with them a unique relationship. Before they were colleagues, the two were teammates, meeting for the first time more than 20 years ago as members of the UH women's volleybal...More >>
    This year there will be two former Rainbow Wahine All-Americans on the UH women's volleyball coaching staff. Robyn Ah-Mow Santos and Angelica Ljungqvist are returning to Manoa this season as colleagues, with Ah Mow-Santos at the helm for the Wahine and Ljungqvist serving as an assistant coach. And they bring with them a unique relationship. Before they were colleagues, the two were teammates, meeting for the first time more than 20 years ago as members of the UH women's volleybal...More >>

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