HAWAII WARRIORS NEWS

CU vs. Hawai’i – A Preview

– Colorado vs. Hawai’i – A Preview – The “T.I.P.S.” for the battle with the Warriors – It’s easy to go back and forth in debating what to make of Colorado’s game against the Rainbow Warriors of Hawai’i this Saturday (noon, Pac-12 Networks). Pro … Hawai’i won only one game last year, and is 1-2 this season. Con … Yes, but the Rainbow Warriors were within...
Via CU at the Game
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Colorado Daily – Hawai’i

– Colorado Daily – Hawai’i – September 14th Hawai’i picks up first victory of the season with 27-24 win over Northern Iowa From Honolulu television station KITV.com … The University of Hawaii football team earned its first win of the 2014 season against Northern Iowa at Aloha Stadium Saturday night, 27-24. Although both teams had three offensive touchdowns, the Rainbow...
Via CU at the Game
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawaii holds off Northern Iowa 27-24

HONOLULU (AP) Steven Lakalaka rushed for a career-high 124 yards and a touchdown as Hawaii beat Northern Iowa 27-24 Saturday. The Rainbow Warriors (1-2) rushed for 148 yards against the Panthers (0-2) and also saw their defense and special teams put points on the board. Defensive lineman Beau Yap opened the scoring by recovering a UNI fumble in the end zone and Tyler Hadden had...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawaii loses linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams for season; running back Joey Iosefa for 4-6 weeks

The dreaded injury bug has hit the University of Hawaii in a big way as the Warriors announced that linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams suffered a torn ACL against Oregon State Saturday that will end his season, according to College Football Talk. Running back Joey Iosefa also fractured his right ankle against the Beavers and is expected to miss the next four to six weeks.
Via Pro Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon State & Hawaii add to series with games in 2019 & 2021

Hawaii will play host to their second Pac-12 team in a row when they take on Oregon State this upcoming weekend.  Hawaii and Oregon State have announced adding two more home-and-home games to their current series for the 2019 and 2021 seasons.  Oregon State will make the trip to Hawaii for a September 7, 2019 showdown and then Hawaii will travel to Oregon State two years later...
Via NCAA Football Zone
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawai'i AD: School could shut down football program

For fans of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football team then you are not going to be happy to see this. Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay said “There’s a very real possibility of football going away,” via KITV The university is currently facing a $2.1-million budget deficit this year. Hawaii has operated under a budget deficit […]
Via Full Scale Sports
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Hawaii WR makes it official and transfers to Temple

After one year at Hawaii, Sophomore WR Keith Kirkland is transferring to play closer to his hometown of NJ.  He will be a Temple Owl but will have to sit out a year before he can take the field.  Kirkwood was sixth on the team with 250 receiving yards, 12 receptions, and four touchdowns. He led he Warriors in yards per catch, averaging 20.8 YPC. Temple coach Matt Rhule shared,...
Via NCAA Football Zone
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Clerical error leads to Hawaii athletes without a place to live

The University of Hawaii’s athletic director Ben Jay told the Associated Press that clerical problems delayed the processing of scholarship funds for both athletic and academic scholarships at the school. The funds — which cover roughly six weeks of expenses for students going to summer classes and living off campus — were delayed nine days, and as a result, seven of Hawaii’s...
Via NCAA Football Zone
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles send Brizer on secret scouting trip to Hawaii…

And you thought our GateKeeper went to Hawaii for mere pleasure? Think again. GK Brizer was all about football business this past week as he scoured the Hawaiian islands for prospects. He gathered metrics on draft-eligible players who spent their college careers in our 50th state. Most of Brizer’s reports for the Eagles are classified as top-secret. And most of the prospects he...
Via Eagles Eye
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Hawaii Warriors season preview

Norm Chow will return as head coach of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors despite his disappointing 1-11 record in 2013. The 67-year-old Chow enters his third season in Honalulu and has brought in Kevin Clune from Utah State to serve as defensive coordinator.  The Rainbow Warriors are recovering from the death of running back Willis Wilson, who drowned last November in the ocean while...
Via College Football Universe
February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Brenden Daley, LB, Hawaii

NFL Draft Diamonds Spotlight Interview: Brenden Daley, LB, Hawaii How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? Out of high school I was heavily recruited by UCLA, Utah, Fresno State. I took an official visit to the University of Oregon. How did you come to make your college decision? After receiving my AA […]The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Brenden Daley, LB...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Hawaii gets 1st win of season, 49-42 over Army

Sean Schroeder threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another score to lead Hawaii to a 49-42 win over Army Saturday. The Rainbow Warriors (1-11) amassed 608 yards of total offense, including 322 passing by Schroeder, who completed 23 of 33 passes. Joey Iosefa and Steven Lakalaka combined for 258 rushing yards and two touchdowns as Hawaii rushed for 285 yards. Schroeder threw...
Via AP on Fox
December 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Under Armour turns Hawaii the Rainbows again (Photo)

Today when Hawaii takes the field they won’t they will not be known as the Warriors. There going to revert back to the old days and have the Rainbows uniforms on. Under Armour his teams up with Hawaii to make the Warriors, the rainbows again for old times sake. I am a fan of these, […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
November 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Hawaii vs. Nevada

Coming off a bye week, Hawaii faces Nevada on Saturday, September 21, 2013. Kickoff is at 8:05 PM EST (5:05 PM EST and 2:05 PM EST). Next? Ben Clarke and a review of our first two games
Via hawaii.scout.com
September 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Hawaii linebacker taken from field in ambulance

Hawaii senior linebacker Brenden Daley suffered a concussion during Saturday's game against Oregon State and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Daley was hurt when he collided with a Beavers player early in the first quarter after Oregon State went up 7-0. Daley raised his hands as he was being loaded in the ambulance and he pointed at Hawaii receiver Chris Gant. In the...
Via AP on Fox
September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Week 2: Hawaii vs. Oregon State

After a tough first week loss to USC, Hawaii looks to bounce back against Oregon State. We'll be posting all week on things we liked about last week, and things to look forward to for Saturday's game. The first? Vasquez Haynes and his perfect approach to the game.
Via hawaii.scout.com
September 01, 2013  |  Discuss
ALOHA

Hawaii QB delivers huge block against USC

Hawaii Warriors quarterback Taylor Graham made his presence felt during Thursday night's college football season opener against USC, but not with his passing skills. Graham absolutely lit up Trojans cornerback Kevon Seymour with a bone-crushing block in the first quarter as Warriors running back Bubba Poueu-Luna reversed direction after a handoff. Not only did Graham's...
Via Holdout Sports
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Belhaven University lands former University of Hawaii WR Dwight Armbrust

Today was the first day of practice for former Hawaii wide receiver Dwight Armbrust. The 6’1 wide out has been hoping to get a shot to prove his talents after a short hiatus from UH. Armbrust will join Coach Joseph Thrasher in Belhaven. Coach Thrasher has been doing a great job at getting these small […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
August 19, 2013  |  Discuss

High Noon in Hawaii: Warriors 2013 Preseason Preview

The Warriors had an exciting if somewhat turbulent offseason. Norm Chow scored an early coup in keeping three of the state's top ten players in Hawaii. All had been courted by perennial football powers but chose to stay home. This year's Warriors will also eschew Chow's initial philosophy of running the ball and Chow has wisely relented and stated he would use a new system...
Via Football Nation
August 19, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Pre-Season Preview: Hawaii Warriors

2012 Record: 3-9 (1-7 in MWC) Head Coach: Norm Chow (second year head coach) Last Bowl Game: 2010 Hawaii Bowl: lost to Tulsa 62-35 Stadium: Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, HI (capacity = 50,000) Home Field Advantage: ranked 25th out of 55 mid-major teams Schedule Glimpse: 2013 Schedule Link Out of Conference Games: 8/29 vs USC, 9/7 at Oregon State...
Via College Football Zealots
June 15, 2013  |  Discuss

No. 110 Hawaii Warriors season preview

No. 110 Hawaii Warriors (3-9) Coach Norm Chow (second season, 3-9 at Hawaii and overall)Returning Starters: 19, 10 offense, 8 defense, 1 special teamsRecruiting Rank: 82Strength of Schedule: 48 Hawaii’s first season in the Mountain West Conference was a frustrating one. The Warriors suffered an eight-game losing streak and went 1-7 in the conference, good for a last-place...
Via College Football Universe
June 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Hawaii will change name from ‘Warriors’ back to ‘Rainbow Warriors’ of old

The Hawaii men's teams will all be switching to the 'Rainbow Warriors' nickname this year after dropping the 'Rainbow' in 2000. If they dress like they did in 1959, they're going to look great.
Via Gamedayr
May 14, 2013  |  Discuss
A BIG LOAD

350-pound running back commits to Hawaii

The University of Hawaii football team has received a commitment from a Ford F-250 with the tow package in running back David Fangupo.  A massive six-feett, two-inches and 350 pounds, Fangupo played carried the ball 75 times for 534 and six touchdowns for Kealakehe High School in Hawaii. Hawaii’s head coach is Norm Chow, most notably known for being the offensive coordinator at...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
February 11, 2013  |  Discuss

CFL: Report card time: BC Lions defence

The Orange-clad warriors Even when the regular season seemed so easy, it was the BC Lions record breaking defence that stumbled late in the season. But not bringing home a Grey Cup is no reason to cast aside a notable season. I’m just excited for what this group can do next year after a full off-season of pent-up aggression. This will be the only column where no “D” is a...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
December 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Hawaii 23, South Alabama 7

Tyler Hadden kicked three field goals to help Hawaii to a 23-7 win over South Alabama on Saturday night. The Warriors (3-9) compiled a season-high 413 yards of offense to win their second straight. Sterling Jackson ran for a 1-yard touchdown in the first quarter, and Sean Schroeder connected with Chris Gant on a 26-yard scoring strike in the third quarter. South Alabama's 170...
Via AP on Fox
December 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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