Football players in the Mountain West Conference, including multiple from the Rainbow Warriors team, took to social media to back the MW United movement — which ensures the safety of Mountain West Student athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Friday would have marked the return to some sort of normalcy, as that was the scheduled start date for training camp, but UH Athletic Director David Matlin says that the start of camp will be postponed — for now.
Last week the PacWest Conference postponed the 2020 Fall sports season indefinitely — leaving Three universities in the state without sports this fall. For Seniors like Tiare Kahalewai, on the Chaminade Women’s Soccer team — this decision was tough, but easy to understand given the circumstances.
Arnold Dinong might not be a household name, but he is quickly making his mark in professional boxing. The Ewa Beach native is going into his first pay-per-view bout with an impressive 6-0 record as a pro.
The governor of New Mexico is urging the two Mountain West Conference football teams in her state not to participate in competition this fall, throwing the University of Hawaii football schedule further into flux.
FanDuel Sportsbook announced on Monday that they will be giving out refunds to all customers that placed pre-fight bets on Max Holloway to win or win by decision, after his controversial split decision loss to Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 251.
The Pac-12 announced Friday that they will be moving to a conference-only schedule for all of their fall sports, citing concerns over the safety of their student-athletes and staff. This leaves the University of Hawaii’s Football season in jeopardy.
Former Rainbow Warrior setter and current Stanford men’s volleyball assistant coach Daniel Rasay says that the decision to cut Men's Volleyball will send a shockwave throughout the entire volleyball community.
Ane, along with several other school officials who have also been placed on paid leave, are not accused of sexual misconduct and are not named as defendants in the lawsuits, which were filed nearly two weeks ago.
But for athletic trainers, especially those in professional sports, the work continues. Makiki native Heather Mau graduated from Maryknoll School in 2007 and chased her passion for athletic training to the mainland.