A record-low 11,625 people attended Saturday's U.H. football game.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
The University of Hawaii football lost its 9th straight game of the 2015 season on Saturday, playing in front of just 11,625 fans at Aloha Stadium, the fewest to ever attend a U.H. home game since the venue's opening in 1976.
The loss, a 42-23 outing against the Spartans of San Jose State University, was Hawaii's tenth of the 2015 season, securing their second winless record in the Mountain West conference since first joining the league three years ago.
San Jose State junior quarterback Kenny Potter paced San Jose State with 5 total touchdowns and helped the Spartans rack up more than 500 total yards of offense against Hawaii.
Rainbow Warriors junior quarterback Ikaika Woolsey threw for 202 yards and 2 touchdowns, including a 77-yard score to Devan Stubblefield in the third quarter. Hawaii running back Paul Harris added a 27-yard touchdown and was the game's leading rusher, with 179 yards on the ground.
Hawaii next plays the Warhawks of Louisiana Monroe on Saturday, a 1-10 football team that has not won on the road in 2015.