Field damage forces Wahine soccer to host first 4 matches on lower campus

Turf damage forces Wahine soccer team to host first 2 weeks of season at Lower Campus

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - The first two weeks of Wahine soccer matches will be moved from the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex to Lower Campus Field on the Manoa campus.

The reason? Turf damage at the Waipio stadium facility.

Associate Athletics Director Carl Clapp said the first match of the season for the Wahine will be on Aug. 22 against USC, followed by a contest with San Francisco on Aug. 26 as a part of the Outrigger Soccer Kickoff.

The following weekend’s slate of games with Nevada on Aug. 29 and Sacramento State on Aug. 31. as part of the Rainbow Wahine Soccer Invitational, are all matches that are expected to be moved.

Fans going to the games are encouraged to bring their own seating when attending the matches.

Fans attending who do not have an on-campus parking pass will be required to pay for parking at the lower campus parking garage.

Parking during the week before 4 p.m. is listed at $5 per vehicle, and $7 after 4 p.m., as well as on Saturdays.

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