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UH-BYU 1989: By the Numbers

UH-BYU 1989: By the Numbers

UH-BYU 1989: By the Numbers Has there been a University of Hawaii football victory sweeter than the Rainbow Warriors’ blowout of BYU in 1989? We’re guessing “No.” UH Sports Circle of Honor inductee Jim Leahey called that game for KHNL. “When I saw what was happening, and it started very early in the game, I…

“He Couldn’t Take the Beating…”

“He Couldn’t Take the Beating…”

By all accounts, the 1971-72 campaign was a banner season for the Florida State Seminoles. The team won a school-record 27 games and advanced to the NCAA Tournament championship, falling to John Wooden and his vaunted UCLA Bruins, 81-76. Led by All-American forward Ron King, the Seminoles eclipsed the 100-point mark seven times that year,…

MLB in Hawai’i

MLB in Hawai’i

HONOLULU (Sept. 27, 2018) — Hawaii residents will soon have a chance to meet and greet their favorite Major League Baseball (MLB) players as the 2018 Japan All-Star Series stops in Hawaii for the first time on its way to Japan. Led by Marlins manager, Don Mattingly, the MLB team features Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina,…

Picnic on the Path

Picnic on the Path

The University of Hawaii-Manoa’s 2018 “Picnic on the Path” was held Friday, Sept. 21 at the school’s Legacy Pathway. The event included food, entertainment, giveaways and a festive Pep Rally featuring UH coaches and student-athletes. Here are some snapshots from the event, courtesy of ESPN 1420’s Chanel Tsutsuse. #     #     #