Fordham University cancels Sept. 12 football game against University of Hawaii

The Rainbow Warrior football team’s match-up with Fordham University, originally set for Sept. 12 at Aloha Stadium, has been canceled, a school official said Monday.

Kapolei native Shandon Hopeau is paving the way for local athletes in pro soccer

The ‘Iolani Prep Classic basketball tournament has been canceled for 2020

Max Holloway is ready to usher in the ‘Hair Era’ ahead of his rematch at UFC 251

Former Kapolei midfielder Shandon Hopeau signs with the Seattle Sounders FC

Klaneski reinstated as the head football coach at Damien Memorial School

Damien dismisses numerous educators, athletic staffers amid coronavirus uncertainty

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Titans sign former UH quarterback Cole McDonald to four-year contract

No football, wrestling or competitive cheer for Mid Pac athletes

‘Bows reliever picked by Red Sox in fourth round of MLB Draft

Holloway rematch with Volkanovski set to headline UFC’s first ‘Fight Island’ event

‘Bows offensive lineman arrested for mandatory quarantine violations

Ironman triathlon in Kona delayed again due to coronavirus concerns

NBA legend Dwyane Wade on Tagovailoa: 'It’s going to be Dolphins town’

The most storied player in the history of Miami Heat basketball says there’s no debate about it: Florida loves basketball, but it’s not the state’s top sports draw.

LeBron: “Definitely not giving up on the season”

LeBron James reiterated Monday that he is hopeful the NBA season can resume, with the caveat that the health and well-being of players won’t be jeopardized by a return to play.

NFL teams can reopen facilities Tuesday, with provisos

NFL teams can begin reopening their facilities on Tuesday if state and local governments will allow it.

Tagovailoa signs reported 4-year, $30M contract with Miami Dolphins

Former Alabama and Saint Louis School quarterback Tua Tagovailoa put pen to paper on Monday, signing his rookie contract to officially become a member of the Miami Dolphins.

Punahou football coach, others on paid leave amidst investigation into abuse allegations

Hawaii players fly off the board in final day of NFL Draft

2020 Polynesian Bowl captains taken in NFL Draft

  Tagovailoa drafted by Miami Dolphins with #5 pick in NFL Draft

  “It was going to be insane”: A look at what the 2020 NFL draft was suppose to be

Fans sue MLB, teams over ticket money, ask for class action

  Former Kahuku star Alohi Gilman hoping dream comes true in NFL Draft

"I can't wait to hug my parents, my family and everyone who has helped me in this process when I hear my name get called.”

  Mom of Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns dies from COVID-19

The Minnesota Timberwolves picked Karl-Anthony Towns No. 1 pick out of the University of Kentucky in the 2015 NBA draft.

NASCAR’s Larson suspended for racial slur in virtual race

Larson was competing in an iRacing event Sunday night when he appeared to lose communication on his headset with his spotter when he used the N-word.

Parapunov named conference player of the year as four Warriors are honored on first team

Parapunov is UH’s first conference player of the year since Costas Theocharidis won Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors in 2001 and ’03.

  As pandemic rages, Hawaii-native rehabs some of NBA’s biggest stars

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.

NCAA grants extra year of eligibility to spring athletes due to coronavirus

The decision, which applies to athletes in sports like men’s volleyball, baseball and softball, effectively extends each individual’s eligibility by one year.

  Mariota’s Motiv8 Foundation partners with community to supply 1,000 meals a day

Public school students 18 years old and under can pick up breakfast from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday at Kauluwela and Palolo Elementary Schools.

  ‘I’m still going to reach for that goal’: Olympic skateboarder Heimana Reynolds still eyes history in 2021 games

“It’s like life, something pops up in your way and you have to just keep rolling with it an try to stay as positive as you can."

  Tokyo Olympic games postponed to 2021

Today marked the first time in modern Olympic history that a global health issue has disrupted the games.

  How to stay fit while staying at home

“A lot of people know what a push-up is, or what a squat is and you can work with different variations of those basic movements to achieve different results."

Kamu Grugier-Hill signs one year deal with Dolphins

The former Kamehameha Warrior was voted by his teammates as the Eagles’ special teams captain the last two seasons.

HHSAA places moratorium on practices effective immediately amid coronavirus outbreak

HHSAA directive places moratorium on practices effective immediately in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Mariota reaches deal with Raiders

Mariota threw for 13,207 yards and 76 touchdowns in his five year career with the Titans.

World Surf League cancels or postpones all events through the end of May

The World Surf League (WSL) is postponing or canceling all events, at all levels of competition, through the end of May.

DeForest Buckner traded to Colts

ESPN’s Adam Schefter, reported that Buckner’s 21 million dollar a year contract is the second highest in NFL history for a defensive lineman behind Rams star Aaron Donald.

  ‘It’s very disappointing’: Warrior athletes react to abrupt season cancellations

"We probably would have had the best season , we were one of the best two teams in the country.”

HHSAA announces temporary suspension of high school sports statewide

Sports activities will be allowed to continue through the weekend. The suspension will go into effect on Monday.

  The Masters, NASCAR races postponed due to coronavirus

Augusta National said Friday that next month’s The Masters golf tournament has been postponed.

Scrubbed: March Madness leads long list of canceled sports

Several basketball conferences announced cancellations on Thursday amid a coronavirus pandemic.

  UH cancels all sports events due to coronavirus concerns

The Big West Conference also confirmed Thursday that it would suspend all spring sports effective immediately.

Big West Conference suspends all spring sports

The Big West Conference announced today that it will be indefinitely suspending all spring conference and non-conference competition, effective immediately.

Big West tournament cancelled amid Coronavirus concerns

Today the Big West Conference became one of 13 athletic conferences that announced the cancellation of their basketball tournament.

Wahine down Fullerton 72-59 to advance to Big West semifinal

The Rainbow Wahine (16-14) advanced to the tournament semifinals where they will face No. 2 seed UC Santa Barbara on Friday, March 13 at the Honda Center in Anaheim. No spectators will be allowed in the gym in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.

  UH sporting events remain open to the public for now

The University of Hawaii softball team (9-13) concludes their 16-game/three three-tournament homestand this week as they host the Bank of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic from Wednesday, March 11-Saturday, March 14, 2020

  'Our opportunity to compete hasn’t been taken away’: Warriors ‘focused’ ahead of BWC tourney opener against UC Davis

The University of Hawaii basketball team will open the Big West tournament on Thursday against UC Davis and will be playing without spectators in the stands in an effort to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Ka’imi Fairbairn inks four year extension with Texans worth a reported 17 million

The contract includes a $9 million guarantee, and his annual salary will be the third-highest in the NFL.

'Bows to play without spectators during Big West basketball tournaments

Today the Big West Conference announced that this week’s men’s and women’s basketball tournament will be played without spectators as a precaution for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Stansberry named first team as trio of Warriors earn Big West honors

Eddie Stansberry became the first UH player to earn first-team honors since Noah Allen in 2017, and led UH and ranked second in the Big West in scoring at 15.9 ppg.

Julissa Tago earns first team Big West

The University of Hawaii women's basketball team claimed five all-conference honors.

Tagovailoa cleared to resume light football activities as rehab continues

Tagovailoa underwent a medical evaluation last week, league insider Ian Rapoport said.

Tago hits 1,000 career points in UH’s 75-58 win over Cal Poly on Senior Night

The Rainbow Wahine (15-14, 9-7) secured a single-bye in the Big West Conference tournament with the win Saturday over Cal Poly to finish at No. 4 in the conference standings.

'Bows fall despite career night for Stansberry, in 86-82 loss at CSUN

The fourth-seeded Rainbow Warriors will take on the fifth-seeded Aggies in this week's Big West Tournament quarterfinals at the Honda Center in Anaheim on Thursday, March 12.

Warriors Tilburg and Melounova named Big West Scholar-Athletes of the Year

The 18 honorees will be honored at a special banquet on Thursday, March 12 at the Anaheim Marriott Suites Hotel. Each institution selected its own honorees.

UH’s Davenport strikes out nine in 13-5 rout over Oregon

UH starter, Aaron Davenport won his NCAA-leading fourth game by going 7.0 innings with a season-high nine strikeouts on a career-high 111 pitches.

UH rallies for reverse sweep win over BYU

The Rainbow Warriors avenged their Thursday night loss to the Cougars (17-1) with a thriller on Friday night in front of a sold-out Stan Sheriff Center crowd.

Hawaii defeats Oregon 6-4 in series opener

The Rainbow Warriors (9-5) won the first game of the series for the first time this season since winning on Opening Night against Hawai'i-Hilo

Davis Cup returns to Hawaii March 6-7

The Davis Cup is the World Cup of Men’s Tennis and is the largest annual international team competition in the sport, with more than 130 nations competing every year.

'Bows winning streak snapped in straight set loss to #2 BYU

The Rainbow Warriors (14-1) saw their 24-set win streak and 25-match home win streak both come to an end.

  Warriors and Cougars collide in battle of top ranked teams

UH (14-0) and BYU (16-0) are the nation's last two undefeated teams.

  Riding 23 game winning streak, the Sharks gear up for PAC-West Tournament

The HPU Sharks are ranked No. 3 in the country and will come into Friday's PAC West Tournament as the top team in the West region.

Despite coronavirus, IOC unwavering on Olympics starting in July

International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach told reporters “neither the word cancellation nor the word postponement was even mentioned” at a board meeting he chaired in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Warriors hit the road to close out regular season

The UH men's basketball team will close out its regular-season on the road against UC Davis and CSUN this weekend.

‘Basebows host Oregon in four game series

The UH baseball team will host its second PAC-12 school of the year as Oregon comes to Les Murakami Stadium for four games March 5-8.

Tago approaches 1,000 point mark with pair of final home games this week

Julissa Tago, Courtney Middap, and Savannah Reier will be honored with Senior Night festivities following their match-up against Cal Poly on Saturday

'Bows fall on Senior Night

The Rainbow Warriors fell to 16-12 overall and 7-7 in the Big West following a defensive battle, against UC Riverside (16-15, 6-9 BW).

Japan Olympic Minister: Games could be held any time in 2020

Talks between Tokyo’s organizing committee and the International Olympic Committee are being held this week to determine their next steps as the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide, according to the Associated Press.

  Former Warriors star Nate Jackson to undergo second heart surgery

“I was trying to get into shape to do a few things was coming up," said Jackson. "I didn’t realize it at the time that my heart was actually telling me, something was wrong, and in December I had the stroke.”

  McDonald runs fastest 40 amongst QB’s at 2020 NFL Combine

McDonald tallied the highest vertical leap in the quarterback group jumping 36 inches and posted a 10-1 broad jump the 4th best out of the quarterbacks competing.

  Warriors football schedule released for 2020 season

The Warriors final regular season home contest is Nov. 14 against UNLV, marking the earliest home finale in over 100 years.

UH rallies for win over Nittaidai in series opener

UH remained undefeated by set scores of 19-25, 25-18, 25-17, 25-20, over Nittaidai University of Japan

  Wahine to host Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Malihini Kipa Aloha Tourney

The Wahine softball team (8-8) continues their 15 game home-stand this week hosting the Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Malihini Kipa Aloha Tournament from Thursday, Feb. 27-Sunday, Mar. 1.

  Stansberry and Raimo to be honored on Senior night this weekend

The UH men's basketball team hosts its final two home games of the season this week beginning Thursday an will honor seniors Eddie Stansberry and Zigmars Raimo following Saturday's game against UC Riverside.

No. 3 ranked Sharks extend winning streak to 22 games

The Sharks close the regular season with Senior Day Saturday Feb. 29 against Hawaii Hilo.

'Basebows hit the road for series against defending National Champion Vanderbilt

The University of Hawaii baseball team will face the defending national champion in the regular season for the first time since 2004 (Rice, 2003) when they head to Nashville, Tenn., to take on Vanderbilt at Hawkins Field this weekend for three games.

Tua expected to get medical clearance March 9

During the press conference ahead of the NFL Combine on Tuesday, former Heisman runner-up and Alabama superstar quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said that his medical clearance from doctors will come on March 9.

UH to host Nittaidai University of Japan in pair of exhibition matches

The University of Hawaii men's volleyball team will host Nittaidai University of Japan, Wednesday, Feb. 26 and Friday, Feb. 28 in a pair of exhibition matches at the Stan Sheriff Center. Both matches begin at 7:00 p.m.

Hanneman and Scoles named Big West Pairs Team of the Week

The pair had the best weekend of any UH squad, by winning four matches of its five with its lone loss coming in a three-set nail-biter

SandBows take third in Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Beach Classic

The Rainbow Wahine fell to No. 3 LSU, 4-1, in the semifinals, before sweeping No. 19 Stanford, 5-0, to claim third place in the tournament.