Gary’s Blog: Missing Maui

Gary’s Blog: Missing Maui

By Gary Dickman. I didn’t need another reminder. I really didn’t. So many important dates have come and gone this awful year. And every now and then, I see a date and get reminded of what’s not going to be the same this year, and how I can’t wait until things are the same as…Continue Reading »

Timmy Chang: Ten Moments

Timmy Chang: Ten Moments

It’s going to be a strange sight seeing Timmy Chang on the opposing sideline this Saturday. One of the most revered figures in Hawaii football history, Chang is currently the tight ends coach for the Nevada Wolf Pack, who arrive in Honolulu with a 5-0 record. Here are ten key moments in the football career…Continue Reading »

Top 10 UH Receivers of All Time

Top 10 UH Receivers of All Time

Before June Jones arrived in 1999, University of Hawaii football was primarily known for an attacking defense and effective ground game. The Rainbow Warrior attack featured leading rushers such as Larry Sherrer, Wilbert Haslip, Gary Allen, David Toloumu and Travis Sims. With JJ’s run-and-shoot, however, Hawaii opened up its aerial game and unleashed a full…Continue Reading »

Q&A: Kyra Hanawahine

Q&A: Kyra Hanawahine

By Tiff Wells. Fans of a school see the athletes perform on game night, and that’s about it. They read up about them in articles, watch videos on social media or peruse the player bios on the schools’ websites. But how do we really get to know about these players? By having them answer our…Continue Reading »

Boise State 40, Hawaii 32

Boise State 40, Hawaii 32

The University of Hawaii showed heart and grit late in the second half against defending Mountain West champion Boise State, but eventually fell to the Broncos, 40 to 32. Last night’s loss at Aloha Stadium dropped the Rainbow Warriors to 2-3 for the season. Here are some postgame notes: ♦ TOO DEEP A HOLE: After…Continue Reading »

Week 10 Top Plays

Week 10 Top Plays

Happy Sunday, football fans! Before you feast on another full Sunday of NFL action, let’s take one final look at the best plays from Week 10. From last-second heroics and gutsy calls to bone-crunching hits and unbelievable catches, there’s never a shortage of amazing plays that remind us why football is America’s favorite spectator sport!…Continue Reading »

On this Date: 2015

On this Date: 2015

By Tiff Wells. November 21, 2015: The Bows closed out a gnarly road trip by playing their fourth match in seven days. From NorCal (UC Davis) back to SoCal (UC Irvine) and then to the Central Coast (Cal Poly, UC Santa Barbara). It also just happened to be the conference finale for UH as well.…Continue Reading »

Hawaii vs Boise State

Hawaii vs Boise State

The University of Hawaii’s first four games of the 2020 season have gone like this: win, loss, win, loss. If the pattern continues, the Rainbow Warriors should beat Boise State tonight, right? Of course, the oddsmakers have no time for silly theories. They have the visiting Broncos as a 14-point favorite over UH. In any…Continue Reading »

On this Date: 2008

On this Date: 2008

By Tiff Wells. November 20, 2008: Opening night of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. UH went 15-1 during the conference regular season, good enough to be the second seed in the tournament. But for the first…and only time in program history, Honolulu and the Stan Sheriff Center hosted the WAC Tournament. A volleyball fan’s heaven! Eight…Continue Reading »

Talk Story: Amy Atwell

Talk Story: Amy Atwell

Rainbow Wahine basketball takes the spotlight this week with the latest edition of ESPN Honolulu’s “Fan Friday: Talk Story.” Tiff Wells’ guest will be UH redshirt-senior forward Amy Atwell. The Big West Conference’s reigning “Best Sixth Player” returns after leading the conference in three-point FG percentage (45%). In this exclusive Zoom interview, Atwell shares her…Continue Reading »