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Warriors look to defend Kuter Trophy against rival Air Force

“They still don’t feel great about the way that they played,” said Rolovich following Tuesday’s practice in Manoa. “They know they could have played better and I think they’re over it and their ready to move forward to Air Force.”

#19 Wahine swept on the road at Cal Poly 3-0

  Jazmine Zamora stars on World Long Drive Tour

  Wahine head to Golden State for pair of conference showdowns

  Warriors hit the road for pivotal match-up against #14 Boise St.

#11 Wahine stunned by UC Irvine in conference home opener

  No. 11 Wahine host pair of Big West opponents over the weekend

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McDonald named Mountain West player of the week after blowout win

Hellvig awarded second conference Freshman of the Week honor

  Nick Rolovich address media following 54-3 blowout win over Wolfpack

  Hawaii routs Nevada in biggest victory since joining Mountain West

  #11 Wahine open Big West play on the road at LBSU and CSUN

  Warriors gear up for conference opener against Nevada

#13 Wahine fall to #5 Baylor, first loss of the season

The No. 13 University of Hawai'i women's volleyball team (10-1) fell to No. 5 Baylor in the championship match of the Baylor Classic, 25-19, 25-23, 25-22.

  Hawaii downs Central Arkansas 35-16, remain undefeated at home

“I want to thank the alumni for coming out,” said Rolovich. “It’s good to get a win on homecoming, its nice to be 3-1 going into conference, its a positive thing for this football team.”

  Players address the media following 35-16 win over Central Arkansas on home-coming weekend

Wide receiver Jared Smart tallied his first career touchdown as a Warrior, while Kaimana Padello led a swarming Warrior defense, and Cole McDonald moved to fourth on UH’s all-time passing touchdown list.

#13 Wahine rally to defeat #17 Missouri on the road to remain unbeaten

The Rainbow Wahine bested the Tigers in Game 2 of the Baylor Classic, 17-25, 28-26, 16-25, 25-16, 16-14 on Saturday afternoon at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas.

  Warriors look to stay unbeaten at home, during home-coming weekend

  Wahine travel to Texas for Baylor Classic

  Wahine return to Waipi’o against pair of top 25 opponents

Tagovailoa named Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of The Week

Walker Selected As AVCA Assistant Coach of the Year

  Warriors prep for homecoming-weekend against Central Arkansas

  Hanna Hellvig named Big West Freshman Of The Week

Overall, Hellvig leads Hawai’i with 103 kills and is second on the team with 33 blocks.

Wahine climb to No.13 in latest AVCA rankings

The Wahine are just one of 10 undefeated programs left in the NCAA D1.

  Nick Rolovich address the media following first loss of the season

Hawai’i head coach Nick Rolovich addressed the media following the defeat.

  Pac-12 power Washington floods Rainbow Warriors in 52-20 drubbing

The University of Hawaii fell to Washington on Saturday, 52-20, for their first loss of the year.

Wahine Volleyball Sweeps UCLA, for third tourney title

The No. 18 University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team (9-0) swept UCLA (5-3), 25-15, 25-22, 25-23 to capture the Outrigger Hotel and Resorts Volleyball Challenge Championship.

  Warriors look to stay undefeated in Emerald City against #23 Washington

“We’re not going in there with cocky heads,” said McDonald. "We’re going in there with the mindset to work, the mindset to play a full game against a good football team.”

#18 Wahine down West Virginia 3-1, move to 7-0

UH’s Amber Igiede and Brooke Van Sickle both notched career-highs with 14 kills apiece to lead the Rainbow Wahine on Thursday night at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Jojo Ward notches Mountain West Conference Player of the Week

The Waco, Texas native set career highs in catches (10), receiving yards (189) and touchdowns (4). His four TD receptions equaled a single-game school record that was also matched by teammate Cedric Byrd II, just last week.

Williams earns defensive conference player of the week

University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball player earned her first Big West Women’s Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week honor after being named the Most Valuable Player of the Heineken Rainbow Wahine Invitational on Sunday.

Wahine capture Heineken Rainbow Wahine Invitational

The tournament’s Most Valuable Player award was given to junior middle blocker Skyler Williams. The Wahine defeated the Pioneers, 25-16, 21-25, 25-15, 25-18 on Sunday night at the Stan Sheriff Center to remain unbeaten.

UH soccer falls to North Dakota 2-1 in double overtime

The Rainbow Wahine (2-3-1) are now 1-1 throughout their first road trip of the season.

Jahlani Tavai tallies first NFL sack in Lions 24-24 tie against Cardinals

In his NFL debut former University of Hawai’i middle linebacker Jahlani Tavai, tallied a sack and assisted on three tackles in the Detroit Lions 24-24 season opening tie against the Arizona Cardinals.

  Warriors rally for 31-28 win over Oregon St.

The Rainbow Warriors (2-0) posted their second consecutive win over a Pac-12 opponent to start the season and got off to a 2-0 start for the third consecutive season.

  Jojo Ward, Cortez Davis, and Cole McDonald address the media following win

Warriors quarterback Cole McDonald, receiver Jojo Ward, and defensive back Cortez Davis addressed the media following the win.

  Warriors set to host Beavers in second PAC-12 showdown

The contest on Saturday, will be the 11th meeting between the Warriors and the Beavers, despite Oregon St.'s 2-10 record in 2018, Rolovich is expecting a much improved team when they hit Aloha Stadium.

#20 Hawai’i sweeps Sacramento St.

The 20th-ranked University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team (5-0) recorded its first sweep of the season, defeating Sacramento State in straight-sets, 25-19, 25-17, 25-18 on Day Two of the Heineken Rainbow Wahine Invitational.

Hawai‘i shutouts North Dakota State on the road 1-0

For the third consecutive match the University of Hawai’i soccer team held its opponent scoreless, securing a 1-0 win on the road at North Dakota State on Friday.

Wahine move to 4-0, after win over Army

The No. 20 University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team (4-0) rolled to a four-set win over Army West Point, 22-25, 25-17, 25-19, 25-19 on the opening night of the Heineken Rainbow Wahine Invitational.

  ‘Don’t underestimate us’: #20 Rainbow Wahine return to court in Heineken Invitational

The 20th-ranked University of Hawai'i women's volleyball team hosts the Heineken Rainbow Wahine Invitational from Thursday, September 5-8 with Army West Point, Sacramento State and Denver all coming to Honolulu.

Hawai’i enters AVCA top 25 Poll at No. 20

Hawai’i received 363 points and was one of three unranked teams last week to leap up into the poll this week along with Utah and Florida State.

Byrd Selected As MW Offensive Player of the Week

Byrd posted career-highs of 14 catches for 224 yards and four touchdowns, the latter of which tied a single-game school record.

Mata wins Big West Defensive Player of the Week

The weekly award marks the fifth time Mata has taken home the honor, tying her with Tanya Taylor of UC Irvine for fourth all-time.

Rasmussen notches Sports Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week Honors

The Oregon transfer, was lights out throughout the Classic, leading the Wahine in kills in all three matches with 57 total while adding 17 digs, and 13 total blocks.

‘Bows capture Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic

The University of Hawai’i volleyball team (3-0) steamrolled past No. 13 Washington, upsetting the Huskies in four sets, 25-20, 25-12, 20-25, 25-16 to capture the 31st Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic.

Wahine victorious over St.John in second consecutive 5 set win

Hawai’i defeated the Red Storm, 26-28, 25-20, 23-25, 25-22, 15-12 on Saturday night at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Tua and the Tide roll in 42-3 trounce of Blue Devils

Tua Tagovailoa was surgical completing 26 of his 31 passing attempts for 336 yards and four touchdowns.

Ursua makes 53-man roster in Seattle

Ursua was primarily used in the slot position throughout Seahawks training camp and the NFL preseason.

Wahine win thriller to open 2019 season

The Rainbow Wahine took the first set, before falling in sets two and three, before recovering to take the final pair of frames, winning the fifth and final set 15-10.

Wahine win thriller 1-0, in Overtime against Nevada

The University of Hawai’i Wahine soccer team captured its first win of the 2019 season with walk-off score in the 96th minute.

Gabriel dazzles in 62-0 rout over FAMU

Gabriel finished his collegiate debut going 9/13 for 127 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions, and his 227.4 passer rating was the highest among the three Knights quarterbacks who played in the game.

  Wahine prep for season opener against #21 San Diego

The University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team begins their 2019 season with the 31st Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic (Aug. 30 - Sept. 1).

  Warriors head into bye weekend feeling ‘energized’

"We came out today and everyone was energized, said Matautia. “We’re ready to get back to work, we know that’s just one game and we need to keep working to get better.”

  Batoon eager for young players to step up in Pavihi’s absence

Despite Pavihi’s absence the Warriors defense hung tough against Khalil Tate and a high octane Arizona offense securing the 45-38 victory on Saturday.

  'Bows falls 3-2 in Outrigger Soccer Kickoff

The Rainbow Wahine (0-2) will look to get in the win column against Nevada and Sacramento State in the Rainbow Wahine Soccer Invitational starting on Thursday.

Former PGA Pro Scott Simpson added to Wahine staff

Seven-time winner on the PGA Tour, Scott Simpson will join the University of Hawai’i women’s golf team as an assistant coach.

  McDonald to remain starter moving forward

On an episode of the ‘Nick Rolovich Show with Kanoa Leahey', Rolovich reiterated that as of now their quarterback situation is ‘the best anyone could ask for.’

Linebacker Penei Pavihi out for season

The middle-linebacker suffered a right knee injury

‘Bows overcome turnover woes to top Arizona in thrilling opener

On a night where it seemed like everything kept going wrong for the Rainbow Warriors, all it took was one play to go their way to secure a win in their home opener against the Arizona Wildcats.z

Wahine shutout in season opening loss to USC 3-0

The Trojans (1-0) used precise passing an ball placement tallying a 13-5 advantage on shots including 11-3 on goal.

  Wahine soccer team hosts No. 5 USC in Outrigger Kickoff

The University of Hawaii Wahine soccer team will begin its regular-season schedule with the Outrigger Soccer Kickoff on Thursday Aug. 22 against national power USC.

  ‘We have a chip on our shoulder’: Rolo and the Warriors prepare for kickoff against Arizona

“We’ve been competing for the last four weeks now,” said Matautia. “It will feel good to be able to hit someone else.”

‘Bows basketball season tickets now on sale, ahead of 100th season

2019 will be a banner year for the program as UH plays its 100th season of men’s basketball.

UH tennis coach John Nelson retires after 16 seasons in Manoa

During his tenure at the university, Nelson led the ’Bows to three Western Athletic Conference titles and one Big West Conference regular season crown.

Wahine Soccer picked to finish 7th in preseason coaches poll

UH opens up their regular season on Aug. 22 by hosting No. 5 USC in the Outrigger Soccer Kickoff.

Wahine picked second in Big West Preseason Coaches Poll

The University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team was picked to finish second behind two-time defending Big West Champion, Cal Poly in the 2019 Big West Preseason Coaches Poll.

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

The games are being moved to Manoa's Lower Campus due to recent turf damage at the Waipi’o stadium facility.

Wahine begin season outside AVCA Top 25 in first preseason poll

The Wahine received 13 points, placing them at 32, tying them with Northern Iowa.

Warrior basketball team releases 2019-20 schedule

This year will mark the 100th season in school history. The Warriors will play 20 homes games, including 12 non-conference games at the Stan Sheriff Center.

H-Pass aims to bring more fans to UH home sporting events

For the first time in the program, starting August 4-16 the University of Hawai’i will offer fans the ‘H-Pass’. The annual pass will provide access to a ticket for a UH-sponsored regular-season home sporting event.

Warriors announce changes to Friday, Saturday practices due to weather concerns

Friday and Saturday’s practices will be moved off campus and will not be open to the public.

  Okasaki says Aloha after 46 seasons with Rainbow Warriors

While Okasaki didn’t want to make his retirement a big deal, the coaches had no hesitation talking about one of the unsung heroes of the program for the past four decades.

  Rolovich pleased with Warrior defensive, needs more urgency from offense

“The defensive is bringing some serious juice and togetherness and ingredients that make you think we could be improved on that side,” Rolovich said.

Warriors well represented in United States Pan American Games team

Hawaii associate coach Milan Zarkovic serves as the head coach for the team.

  Warriors strap on pads for 1st time during training camp

The Warriors will put on full pads for the first time later this week, much to the joy of the Hawaii defense that is looking forward to make a statement with their physical play.

  Padello strives to be among nation’s best pass-rushers in 2019

Padello and his Hawaii teammates have raised expectations for the 2019 season but with greater goals must come a greater work ethic - a notion not lost on the former Mililani Trojan.

  Warriors look to lean on veteran offensive line

This year the offensive line will return all five starters from last season, led by Senior offensive guard J.R. Hensley.

  Effort, physicality headline Day 1 of Warrior training camp

“Pleased with the energy, pleased with the effort,” Rolovich said. “We got a lot of work to do … we gotta get in playing shape but they gave us a lot today.”

  McDonald, Warriors ready to ‘prove something’ this fall

Despite running first team reps at practice, McDonald understands all too well that he can’t take his position lightly, knowing that he is in constant competition with the other quarterbacks on the roster.