Cracking the Century Mark

Cracking the Century Mark

This being the centennial season of University of Hawaii men’s basketball, wouldn’t it be cool to see the Rainbow Warriors score 100 points sometime soon? Hawaii came relatively close on two occasions, putting up 94 against Samford and 91 versus Maine. Overall, UH has cracked the century mark 41 times, the most recent being a home win over Long Beach State in January 2017. Hawaii’s win-loss record when scoring 100 points or more is 38-3 (three of the victories were later vacated due to UH having an ineligible player).

Here are the games in which the Rainbow Warriors scored at least 110 points:

125 – Hawaii vs Pepperdine (Jan. 22, 1972)

Leading Scorers: Al Davis (22), John Penebacker (20)

 

121 – Hawaii vs Lewis & Clark (Jan. 23, 1971)

Leading Scorers: John Penebacker (22), Jerome Freeman (21)

 

117 – Hawaii vs Oklahoma City (Feb. 18, 1972)
Leading Scorers: Dwight Holiday (35), Jerome Freeman (20)

 

117 – Hawaii vs Portland (Feb. 9, 1973)

Leading Scorers: John Penebacker (23), Melton Werts (20)

 

117 – Hawaii vs Memphis State (Mar. 2, 1974)

Leading Scorers: Tom Henderson (32), Boyd Batts (29)

 

116 – Hawaii vs Cal State L.A. (Feb. 8, 1959)

Leading Scorers: Tony Davis (45), Frank DeLauro (26)

 

115 – Hawaii vs Linfield (Dec. 11, 1971)

Leading Scorers: Bob Nash (26), Jerome Freeman (20)

 

114 – Hawaii vs UH-Hilo (Nov. 21, 2013)

Leading Scorers: Christian Standhardinger (22), Isaac Fotu (17)

 

114 – Hawaii vs Long Beach State (Jan. 14, 2017)

Leading Scorers: Noah Allen (25), Jack Purchase (25), Leland Green (25)

 

110 – Hawaii vs BYU-Hawaii (Nov. 20, 1962)

Leading Scorers: Al Birtles (25), Jerry Lent (17)

 

110 – Hawaii vs Miami (Fla.) (Dec. 7, 1967)

Leading Scorers: Fred “Lucky” Smith (30), Charles Bensley (27)

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