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.
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.
“You play at Kahuku you grow up in that community hard-work is everything,” Parks said. “It’s not about hype or big names or any of that, and being able to represent that community is something that I’ll always be thankful for.”
The Class of 2019 will be officially enshrined during Homecoming weekend during the September 21st football game versus Central Arkansas at Aloha Stadium and at the annual Green & White Celebration on September 22 at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Gonzalez became the first Wahine to earn four ACWPC All-American selections and her second consecutive first-team accolade, while Lemay-Lavoie garnered her first All-American status, earning second-team honors.
As a member of the Wahine, McLachlin was a three-time Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) All-American and a seven-time United States Volleyball Association (USAVB) All-American.
Hawaii (20-28, 8-14 Big West) couldn’t get anything going against LBSU starting pitcher Adam Seminaris, who tossed a complete game shutout while allowing five hits. He also struck out seven batters in the win.
Sunday’s series finale also marked the final home game of the season for the Rainbow Warriors. The 'Basebows (20-27, 8-13 Big West) led 3-1 in the top of the ninth before the Gauchos (44-7, 18-3 Big West) rallied to tie the game to force extra innings.
The loss was the first home game for Hawaii (20-25, 8-11 BWC) since April 20th. The ‘Bows took an early lead going up 1-0 thanks to Ethan Lopez before the Gauchos took the lead for good in the top of the fourth inning.
The former All-American outside hitter was named to Volleyball Canada’s women’s 2019 indoor team today and will compete at the end of the month in the Challenge Cup - a continental pre-qualifier for Volleyball Nations League to be held from May 31-June 2.
Junior first baseman/catcher Callee Heen, senior pitcher Brittany Hitchcock and senior third baseman Nicole Lopez all earned first team honors while senior catcher Heather Cameron was named to all-Big West second team.
The legendary, retired broadcaster spent part of his Saturday morning sitting on his front porch with the Hawaii News Now sports team to share some memories of the late Dick Tomey, who died Friday night after losing his battle with lung cancer.