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  Texas takes down Wahine volleyball in spring match, 3-2

Hawaii’s new addition to the roster, Jolie Rasmussen, led the ‘Bows with a game-high 28 kills on .373 hitting. She also recorded a game-high 21 digs on the night.

9th inning comeback not enough for Hawaii in 6-5 loss to Ohio State

‘Bows fall to Ohio State, 6-4

No. 2 Warriors extend win streak to 18 with sweep over McKendree

  Wahine look to WNIT for postseason success against Saint Mary’s

  Wahine volleyball prepares for Spring Match against Texas

  Ursua, Tavai headline Hawaii football’s Pro Day at UCLA

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Rainbow Wahine swimming & diving boast 3 competitors in NCAA Championships

  Parapunov named AVCA, Big West Player of the Week

  “I’m prepared and ready for it": Ursua ready to shine ahead of Pro Day in Los Angeles

Wahine qualify for WNIT will take on Saint Mary’s

Wahine beach volleyball captures Heineken Hawai‘i Invitational

UH ranked No. 1 in first RPI ranking of the season

  CSU Bakersfield defeats UH 2-0 in series finale

Hawaiʻi (9-11) struggled against a strong pitching performance by CSU Bakersfield’s Edgar Barclay. The Hilo native tossed a complete game one-hit shutout for the Roadrunners (12-10) and was on pace for a perfect game after six innings against his home state.

  No. 2 Hawaii sweeps through No. 12 CSUN, 3-0

The Warriors have now won 51-straight sets to start the season, avenging a series sweep by CSUN last season in Northridge.

Warriors come up short against Cal State Bakersfield, 5-4

CSU Bakersfield's Ethan Skuija picked up the win going 6.1 innings while allowing four runs.

‘Bows split double-header with win over Niagara, loss to No. 4 Alabama

Hawaii (19-9) took down the Purple Eagles 3-1, coming from behind after Niagara took an early one run lead in the first inning.

Hawaii loses heartbreaker to UC Davis, 58-50 in Big West Championship game

  Men’s Volleyball sweeps CSUN to open up Big West play

  CSU Bakersfield handles ‘Basebows 8-4

  Alabama blanks Wahine Softball 9-0

  Rainbow Wahine advance to Big West title game with 66-58 win over UC Riverside

Wahine shut out SIUE, 5-0

‘Bows complete comeback in 7-4 win over Cal State Bakersfield

Cade Smith earned the win after striking out the side in the eighth inning and Dylan Thomas earned his first save of the season in the ninth.

Warriors give up late lead, fall to Long Beach State 68-66

The Warriors (18-13) will now await word on its postseason fate with their regular season now officially over.

Lopez leads Hawaii to 1-0 win over Niagara

In the third inning, Lopez hustled around the bases to score on a hit that sailed into right field in what turned out to be her eighth home run of the season.

  ‘Bows look to get back on track against Cal State Bakersfield

While this series has a short history behind it, that won’t be for long as the Roadrunners will join the Big West in 2020, allowing the Warriors to get an early glimpse at a future conference opponent.

  Chaminade returns to NCAA D-II tournament for 1st time since 2014

The Silverswords started the year 10-0, and have been nationally ranked for much of the season.

  Rainbow Wahine remain ‘locked in’ ahead of Big West Tournament

As the No. 2 seed in the tournament, the Wahine have to wait until the quarterfinals are wrapped up before knowing who their opposition will be.

Hawaii falls to Utah, 3-2

Izzy Dino (6-3) started on the mound for the ‘Bows, pitching all eight innings in the loss. She allowed three runs on eight walks, two walks and recorded three strikeouts.

  Warriors prepare for stiff test against Long Beach State in Big West Tournament

Coming into the Big West Tournament on a two-game winning streak, Ganot wants his players to understand that at this point of the season, each game could be their last.

Wahine softball defeat SIUE 5-3

UH’s Dino, improved to 6-2 on the season throwing her fifth complete game. The freshman allowed three runs on eight hits with two walks and posted a career-high six strikeouts.

Parapunov named Big West Player of the Week, Worsley selected as Defensive Player of the Week

The duo helped the Warriors (15-0) remain undefeated en route to their ninth Outrigger Resorts Invitational title with wins over King, No. 15 Ball State and No. 6 Pepperdine.

Stepteau earns first career Big West Player of the Week honor

Stepteau averaged 19 points, 5.5 rebounds and four assists over Hawaii’ two-game road sweep over UC Davis and Cal State Fullerton.q

Homayun, Scoles earn Big West Pairs Team of the Week

All four of the pair’s wins came over ranked opponents, including three top 10 teams in No 4 Florida State, No. 6 LSU and No. 9 Florida International.

Purchase and Buggs honored by Big West conference

The Big West Conference announced its men’s basketball all-conference and specialty team selections as picked by the league coaches with a pair of UH Warriors receiving recognition.

Kanoa, Salanoa, Middap, and Joseph garner All Big-West Conference Honors

The Big West Conference has announced four members from the Wahine basketball team have nabbed all-conference honors, as senior guard Tia Kanoa, guard Leah Salanoa, junior Courtney Middap and freshman Myrrah Joseph all received their first career post-season honors.

  UH baseball falls to Oregon 8-7 in series finale

The victory marked the second consecutive night the visiting team rallied late in the ball game to steal a road-win.

  ‘Bows surrender late lead in 4-3 loss to Oregon

A bases-clearing RBI double Jakob Goldfarb in the eighth put the Ducks in front and they never gave up that lead

Warriors outlast Cal State Fullerton, 71-59

Hawaii (18-12, 9-7) was led by Brocke Stepteau, who scored 21 points while grabbing seven rebounds. He also dished out three assists.

  No. 2 Warriors sweep No. 6 Pepperdine

The No. 2 ranked ‘Bows swept No. 6 Pepperdine Saturday night (25-18, 25-20, 25-23) to capture the program’s ninth Outrigger Resorts Invitational title at the Stan Sheriff Center.

  Hawaii defeats Niagara 3-0, lose to SIUE 8-5

Against Niagara, Izzy Dino (5-2) got the start on the mound for the ‘Bows (15-6) and pitched a one-hit, complete game shutout. Dino forced 14 groundouts and struck out one batter, allowing just two walks over the game.

Wahine seal No. 2 spot in Big West with 69-68 win over CSUN

Sophomore forward Amy Atwell led the 'Bows offense with 18 points, hitting 4-of-6 from three-point range along with six rebounds.

No. 5 SandBows defeat No. 19 TCU, fall to No. 4 Florida State

The No. 5 ranked Hawaii beach volleyball team took down No. 19 TCU this morning at Manhattan Beach Pier in California by a 4-1 margin, but dropped a five-set thriller against No. 4 Florida State later in the day, 3-2.

No. 2 ‘Bows set program record for best start to season with sweep over No. 15 Ball State

With the win, Hawaii has now won 42-straight sets to start the season and won its 300th game at the Stan Sheriff Center since moving into the arena in 1995.

Warriors fall to Oregon, 3-1

The loss was Hawaii’s first since February 23rd against Iowa.

Hitchcock leads ‘Bows to 3-0 win over Niagara

Hitchcock pitched a complete-game shutout, allowing two hits and zero walks. Her 15 strikeouts marked a career-high for the sixth-year senior, and the most for a Hawaii pitcher since Kaia Parnaby (17) back in 2013.

Hawaii completes comeback in 7-6 upset win over Oregon

Hawaii has now won six-straight games to improve to 8-5 on the season after trailing 6-4 in the bottom of the eighth inning to the Ducks.

  No. 2 Warriors sweep past King University, 3-0

With the win, Hawaii extended its winning streak to 13 matches to start the season with an incredible 39-set winning streak.

Warriors complete comeback in 76-69 win over UC Davis

Hawaii (17-12, 8-7 BWC) snapped a three-game losing streak and came back from a 16-point deficit to take down the Aggies.

Wahine softball suffers worst loss since 2017, falling to California 14-0

Izzy Dino got the start on the mound for Hawaii but was overpowered by the Golden Bears early and often, allowing eight runs through two innings. Dino lasted just 1.1 innings in her second loss of the season.

Hawaii takes down UC Davis, 51-44

Hawaii(13-15, 9-6 BWC) is in the No. 3 spot at the moment ahead of the Big West tournament and cannot fall lower than the four seed.

  In the Zone: UH’s Lopez off to a blazing start to begin 2019 season

The Aiea native has hit six home-runs this season tying her for the team lead, she also leads the team in total hits and RBI’s.

  Hawaii track star Gardner dedicating season to late mother

After graduating Kaiser high school in 2015, Teuila Gardner took her talents in track and field to Mount Saint Antonio College in California, until fate and family would bring her home.

Wahine cruise to victory over St. Bonaventure, 11-2

Brittany Hitchcock got the start on the mound for Hawaii and improved to 5-3 on the season with a complete-game win while Nicole Lopez kept her hot streak going, hitting 3-for-3 with a home run on the night.

Melounova named Big West Athlete of the Week

Melounova was given the weekly award for the first time this season after upsetting No. 34 ranked Slaw Ewing of USC this past Sunday in a 4-6, 6-0, 6-0 victory.

  Hawaii wins 5th straight with 9-3 victory over Longwood

Head coach Mike Trapasso said after the game that hiss team’s performance may have been the most complete game the ‘Bows have played so far this season.

  UH’s swim and dive team prepare for NCAA championships at end of the month

The University of Hawaii swimming and diving teams made history last month when both the men and women captured the MPSF conference championships in California.

Parapunov named Big West Player of the Week

Parapunov, who has now been named the conference player of the week three times in his career, hit .463 against the Anteaters, recording 34 kills with just nine errors on 54 attempts.

Hawaii holds off Longwood in 8-4 win, 4th-straight victory for ‘Bows

Colin Ashworth earned his second career win after pitching 2.2 scoreless innings scattering two hit. Calvin Turchin picked up the save by recording the final two outs.

  Playing for Warriors has been ‘an amazing ride’ for Purchase

When it’s all said and done, Jack Purchase will be a player etched in the record books for the Rainbow Warrior basketball team for a long time to come.

  Drammeh ‘incredibly sad’ to play last home game for Hawaii, thankful for loyal fanbase

For Drammeh, not having another opportunity to play in front of Hawaii fans is disappointing, but he’s grateful for the way the program has embraced him since moving overseas from Sweden to play basketball so far away from home.

  Hawaii will always be a ‘special place’ for Stepteau

While undersized, Stepteau lived for the biggest moments at the Stan Sheriff Center.

  Salanoa twins say Aloha to Stan Sheriff Center

The twin forwards for head Laura Beeman’s team gave an emotional tribute to their fans, teammates and family Saturday night at the Stan Sheriff Center with a traditional Samoan dance.

  Senior night was a family affair for Kanoa

Surrounded by friends and family, the former Kamehameha graduate bid farewell to the Stan Sheriff Center one last time.

  Warriors lose 3rd-straight in 83-74 loss to CSUN

Hawaii has now lost three-straight games and is now tied for fourth in the Big West standings with CSUN and UC Davis.

  Wahine send off seniors with win 70-55 win over Cal State Fullerton

With the win, the Wahine (12-15, 8-6) moved into the No. 4 spot of the Big West Conference standings thanks to a loss by UC Irvine at UC Davis earlier in the day.

No. 2 Warriors stay undefeated with sweep over No. 3 UC Irvine

Opposite Rado Parapunov recorded 16 kills, hitting .565 with two aces and four blocks while outside hitter Stijn van Tilburg added 13 kills.

Hawaii takes down Longwood, 9-1

After surrendering one run in the first inning Thomas recorded a career-high 11 strikeouts over seven innings while giving up just four hits.

No. 2 Warriors sweep through UC Irvine, 3-0

With the win, the ‘Bows have now won 33-consecutive sets in 11-straight sweeps, a new program record.

Freshmen deliver for ‘Bows in 5-4 win over Longwood

Hawaii (4-5) trailed 4-3 in the bottom of the eighth before Jack Kennelly’s RBI single brought home Daylen Calicdan to tie things up. Freshman in Dallas Duarte drove home Kennelly on the game-winning RBI-single.

  Odumu, Kanoa, and Salanoa sisters bid ‘Aloha to Stan Sheriff Center

UH guards, Rachel Odumu, Tia Kanoa, and twin sisters Leah & Lahni Salanoa will play their final home game against Cal State Fullerton at 3:00 p.m.

  How Jack Purchase went from ‘Down Under’ to UH’s top shooter

The sharpshooter didn’t start his career in Hawaii, and his journey here definitely wasn’t as smooth as the jumper that 'Bows fans have come to adore.

UH’s Irene Gonzalez earns Big West Player of the week

Hawaiʻi (11-2), is currently ranked fifth in the nation in the CWPA National Poll, and the team went 4-1 last week largely due in part to Gonzalez’s offensive success.

UH’s Lopez & Dino honored with Big West Conference player’s of the week

University of Hawai’i softball players Nicole Lopez and Izzo Dino earned weekly honors from the Big West after their standout play this past weekend.

Beach volleyball team fall to #1 UCLA, defeat #11 Stanford

UH fell to No. 1 UCLA, 5-0, before defeating No. 11 Stanford, 3-2 later in the day.

Warriors fall on the road to Cal Poly

The loss drops UH (16-11,7-6 BWC) to fourth in the Big West Conference and marks the second loss for the team in three days.

‘Basebows drop both games in doubleheader against Iowa

The University of Hawai’i baseball team fell in both games of their doubleheader against Iowa at Les Murakami Stadium on Saturday.

Wahine split matches to start 2019 beach volleyball season

The No. 5 Wahine beach volleyball team kicked off the 2019 season splitting a pair of matches at the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Beach Classic at Queens beach.

Warriors fall on the road to UCSB 61-79

The Gauchos (18-8, 7-5 B]WC) snapped a three-game losing streak, and with the win, ties the Rainbow Warriors (16-10, 7-5 BWC) for third in the Big West on Conference standings.

Anteaters take care of Rainbow Wahine 53-48

The loss was just the second the Rainbow Wahine (11-14, 7-5) suffered over their last six games, and drops them to the No. 5 spot in the Big West Conference standings.