The arm of Bryant Moniz may have gotten him on the Heisman watch list, as well as others, but it was his running that stole the show. Moniz rushed for 121 yards and 3 touchdowns, leading Hawaii to a 34-17 victory over Colorado of the Pac-12. Moniz also added a touchdown (shovel) pass to Joey Iosefa as well, making him accountable for all 4 TD’s on the day.
Hawaii faces another PAC-12 oppenent next week on the road against the Washington Huskies.
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…and he’s off to the races
By ISM Staff
For the third time this season the University of Washington Huskies, once again brought home a win. The Huskies are right behind the undefeated Oregon Ducks (3-0 Conference, 5-1 Overall) and only three games away from being bowl eligible. Read more
By Simi Strickland
Wow!!! Is the way I have to explain, what happened Saturday at Husky Stadium. Not too many people out there gave Steve Sarkisian and his coaching staff a chance to come up with a game plan to match up with the mighty Trojans of USC. A game plan that would keep the Huskies close on the score board. Coach Sarkisian and his game plan was not working on Read more
Is it true? Can it be? Yes! It’s spring and that means Warrior football spring camp is here!
Camp opens on Monday, March 30th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the UH grass practice field. The Warriors will have 15 practices, including, a scrimmage on Maui on Saturday, April 11th at the War Memorial Stadium and will close with an intra-squad game in the “Warrior Bowl” on April 25th at 3:00 p.m. at the Aloha Stadium. Read more
The University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team defeated the New Jersey Institute of Technology Highlanders at the Stan Sheriff Center with their opening win of a two game series against the Highlanders, 30-19, 30-22 and 30-20. Hawaii #7 Joshua Walker and #5 Amobi Armstrong of the Highlanders both ended up with 11 kills for their teams. The final match point came from UH #19 Justin Ching who is only 5’6″. The Highlanders #11 Charles Bell is from Kahuku High School, Haleiwa, Oahu.
Article and photo by Alan Kang.
Our Rainbows Wahine last night came up short again last night against Wisconsin who won 3-0 in the Chevron Spring Fling Tournament at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. This is their second loss of the Chevron Spring Fling Tournament.
Last night, Hawaii pulled out a win at Les Murakami Stadium 6-5 against the Loyola Marymount Lions in the 10th. Hawaii now have won their fourth in a row (7-6) while Loyola Marymount is 8-8.
By Alan KangThe Rainbow Wahine with a 6-20 overall and 3-10 in the WAC played the Idaho Vandals on Friday night at the Stan Sheriff Center. The Wahines behind by two at the half, 28-26. Read more
Story and Photos by Alan KangLast night Hawai`i faced the Stanford Cardinals at the Stan Sheriff Center. The first game was a tough loss to Hawaii Men’s Volleyball team 28-30 with Stanford #5 Evan Romero and #9 Brad Lawson hitting from the outside and leaving Hawaii looking stunned. Read more
The UH men’s volleyball team gave second-ranked Cal State Northridge its first loss of the season at the Stan Sheriff Center on Friday. The Warriors pulled out the upset 21-30, 30-28, 22-30, 30-23, and 15-12. UH is now 2-6 overall and 1-4 in MPSF. Read more
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