VIDEO: HHSAA DI State Championship

VIDEO: HHSAA DI State Championship

Hilo defeated ‘Iolani, 20-17, to claim the 2019 First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA DI State Championship. The Vikings overcame a 17-3 deficit with 14 unanswered points in the second half and Keanu Keolanui hit a record-tying 55-yard field goal as time expired to propel them to victory.Continue Reading »

Imposing Opposition

Imposing Opposition

Finishing with a mediocre 12-16 record, the 1983-84 University of Hawaii men’s basketball team may not have been particularly special. In fact, it would prove to be the penultimate campaign for head coach Larry Little, who was dismissed after the following season. Still, the year wasn’t without its highlights. Led by senior forwards Jack Miller…Continue Reading »

Gary Dickman’s Hoops Scoops

Gary Dickman’s Hoops Scoops

Well, another week, and two more wins for the University of Hawaii Basketball team, who now have an impressive 6-2 record for the season. I was very impressed with the win on Friday night vs San Francisco, who came to the Stan Sheriff Center with a 7-0 record and was the third-highest scoring team in…Continue Reading »

Bobby’s Preview: MWC Championship

Bobby’s Preview: MWC Championship

Photo: David Croxford December 2, 2019 It’s a rarity in life that you get a 2nd whack at the piñata, but that’s exactly what UH is getting Saturday in Boise. After losing to the Broncos 59-37 on Oct. 12, the Rainbow Warriors have earned the rematch by winning the West Division. In the first game,…Continue Reading »

NCAA Volleyball Info.

NCAA Volleyball Info.

The University of Hawai’i women’s volleyball team earned the No. 12 seed in the NCAA Tournament and will host the first and second rounds. The Rainbow Wahine will face the Bears of the University of Northern Colorado (Big Sky) in the 1st round on Friday, Dec. 6 at the Stan Sheriff Center.  Should they advance,…Continue Reading »

Hawai’i Football Highlights vs. Army West Point

Hawai’i Football Highlights vs. Army West Point

The Rainbow Warriors finished their regular season strong with a 52-31 win over Army West Point on Senior Night in front of 22,437 fans at Aloha Stadium. Hawai’i improved to 9-4 on the season with its fourth straight victory, its longest such streak since the 2010 season. This is also their first 9+ win season since…Continue Reading »

From the Photo Files

From the Photo Files

Take a gander at some images from past ESPN Honolulu events and happenings! From old “Call the Coach” photos to various event promotions, we take you on a short (but fond) trip down memory lane… 2007, L-R: UH football players Ryan Grice-Mullen, Davone Bess and Nate Ilaoa at a “Call the Coach” show at Lulu’s…Continue Reading »

What Hawaii Must Do to Beat Army

What Hawaii Must Do to Beat Army

After going a combined 21-5 the past two seasons, the Army West Point football team comes into Aloha Stadium tomorrow night with a disappointing 5-6 record. But that doesn’t mean the Black Knights aren’t a dangerous team. Sure, they lost back to back games against Western Kentucky and Georgia State earlier in the year. But…Continue Reading »

The Lasting Legacy of the Fabulous Five

The Lasting Legacy of the Fabulous Five

The University of Hawaii men’s basketball program is celebrating its centennial season. Since its humble beginnings – then known as the College of Hawaii Fighting Deans, Hawaii beat McKinley High School, 14-13, in their first-ever game on February 13, 1913 at the Honolulu YMCA – the program has carved out a history steep in great…Continue Reading »

ICYMI: Call the Coach w/ Nick Rolovich

ICYMI: Call the Coach w/ Nick Rolovich

Rainbow Warrior Football head coach Nick Rolovich recapped their historic 14-11 win over San Diego State to capture the MWC West Division title. Referring to SDSU’s final field goal attempt, coach Rolo jokingly asked the crowd, “how happy were you guys when I called the first timeout?”. Rolovich – I tried to call it so…Continue Reading »