HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Rainbow Warrior basketball team held its annual awards banquet Wednesday night at the Hilton Hawaiian Village to recognize the team's standout performers.
The top individual honor went to senior Mike Thomas, who earned the Art Woolaway Most Outstanding Player. Thomas also earned the Riley Wallace Leadership Award.
Thomas led the Rainbow Warriors in both scoring (13.1 ppg) and rebounding (6.0 rpg) in 2017-18. He also topped the Big West in field goal percentage during league games (.588) en route to being named all-league honorable mention.
Junior Sheriff Drammeh earned the Bob Nash Hustle Award for the second straight season. Sophomore forward Zigmars Raimo received the Community Service Award and junior forward Gibson Johnson earned the team's Scholar-Athlete Award.
Brocke Stepteau was named Most Improved Player after shooting 51 percent from the floor, 81 percent from the line and 44 percent from three-point range, the third-best single-season percentage in school history.
The Ah Chew Goo Most Inspirational Award went to Zach Buscher.
Art Woolaway Most Outstanding Player Award: Mike Thomas
Riley Wallace Leadership Award: Mike Thomas
Bob Nash Hustle Award: Sheriff Drammeh
Community Service Award: Zigmars Raimo
Scholar-Athlete Award: Gibson Johnson
Most Improved Award: Brocke Stepteau
Ah Chew Goo Most Inspirational Award: Zach Buscher