12 former Warriors headed to pro day

A dozen former Warriors will participate in Tuesday’s pro day in Azusa, Calif. They are: > Dejon Allen, offensive lineman > Ammon Barker, wideout > Isaiah Bernard, receiver > Keelan Ewaliko, receiver > Trayvon Henderson, safety > Hunter Hughes, quarterback > Meffy Koloamatangi, defensive end/outside linebacker > David Manoa, defensive end/outside linebacker...
Via Warrior Beat
5 days ago

Mountaintop View 3/15/18

Other things besides the madness Hawaii QB’s walk-on story Hunter Hughes really didn’t play much but gets a chance on pro-day. He also has a very unusual and enriching life path. A little more on Hunter... UNLV reeking of arrogance? One Las Vegas columnist vents on the skewed reality of the Rebel’s coach and AD. Someone’s mad. The Air Force Duck Hawks The Falcon’s new mascot...
Via Mountain West Connection
8 days ago

“For the love of the game”

Nobody needs to paint a picture for quarterback Hunter Hughes — as a graphic artist, he can do that himself — to know that he is facing long, long, improbable odds as he prepares for UH’s pro day later this month. The odds “have always been against me,” Hughes said. “It was a miracle I was on a Division I roster. I’m going to go out and give it my best shot.” The Warriors cut Hughes...
Via Warrior Beat
18 days ago

Former Warriors prepare for pro day

Former Warriors Dejon Allen and Trayvon Henderson are roommates in San Diego as they train for UH’s March 20 pro day on the Azusa Pacific and Citrus College campuses. Allen and Henderson are enrolled in the EXOS program, which offers services from nutrition to football-related training at the 15,860-square-foot facility. Allen met with several NFL scouts during the practices leading...
Via Warrior Beat
19 days ago

A true Warrior

When the Warriors needed a late recruiting push, they received one from running back Steven Lakalaka, who turned down an offer from UCLA to sign with UH in 2012. When the Warriors needed to move the chains, Lakalaka delivered, with 81 first-down rushes during his UH career. He was perfect on third-and-1-to-3 situations in 2015. He filled in when Joey Iosefa and Diocemy Saint Juste...
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21 days ago

Billy Ray Stutzmann joins staff … UH-BYU tonight

It’s finally official: Billy Ray Stutzmann has been hired as a football intern for the Warriors’ offense. He is reunited with his brother, Craig Stutzmann, the Warriors’ quarterbacks coach and pass-game coordinator. Billy Ray Stutzmann, a former UH and Saint Louis School wideout, coached at Henry & Emory the past three years. Craig Stuzmann and Timmy Chang are former Warriors...
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28 days ago

Hawaii hangs on for 74-69 win in OT over UC Riverside

Sheriff Drammeh scored a career-high 23 points and Jack Purchase hit the go-ahead jumper to lift Hawaii to a 74-69 win in overtime Saturday night. Tied at 69-all with 34 seconds remaining, Hawaii's Drew Buggs got the ball to Purchase, who hit the go-ahead score and then hauled in a rebound at the other end, drew a foul and went 1 for 2 from the line to stretch the advantage to three...
Via AP on Yahoo
February 18, 2018

Hawaii outlasts UC Irvine 62-61

IRVINE, Calif. (AP) -- Gibson Johnson and Sheriff Drammeh scored 13 apiece and Michael Thomas hit four free throws in the final 41 seconds to help Hawaii cool off UC Irvine 62-61 on Thursday night, ending the Anteaters' five-game win streak.
Via AP on Yahoo
February 16, 2018

Stutzmann reunion in the works

Former UH receiver Billy Ray Stutzmann is the leading candidate to join the Warriors as an intern this spring. If the move is finalized, he would be reunited with his brother Craig Stutzmann, the Warriors’ quarterbacks coach and pass-game coordinator. Billy Ray Stutzmann spent the past three seasons on the Emory & Henry College coaching staff. He was the Wasps’ pass-game coordinator...
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February 14, 2018

Ewaliko preparing for pro day

Whatever happened to people saying, “maui no ka ‘oi” or “lucky you live Hawaii” or “bumbai”? Anyway, one of Maui’s own — Keelan Ewaliko — is training under Kealoha Pilares, a former Warrior and Carolina Panther. Ewaliko hopes to run a respectable 40 at UH’s pro day on March 20. Pilares said he is willing to demonstrate all his skills, including kicking. * * * * * The baseball ‘Bows...
Via Warrior Beat
February 11, 2018

2018 NFL Draft Player Profiles: Hawaii SS Trayvon Henderson

From now until the 2018 NFL Draft takes place, we hope to showcase as many prospects as possible and examine both their strengths and weaknesses. Most of these profiles will feature individuals that the Pittsburgh Steelers are likely to have an interest in, while a few others will be top-ranked players. If...
Via Steelers Depot
February 05, 2018

Senior Bowl Interview With Hawaii S Trayvon Henderson

The 69th Reese’s Senior Bowl had their annual media day a little more than a week ago. The best chance of the week to talk to the players and find out more than just what they show on tape. Throughout draft season we’ll break up the interviews between some feature...
Via Steelers Depot
February 01, 2018

LeBron reportedly upset Cavs did not trade for George, Bledsoe

LeBron James is said to be ticked off about what the Cleveland Cavaliers could have had, and what they have instead.ESPN’s Brian Windhorst appeared on “The Lowe Post” podcast with Zach Lowe and talked about what’s bothering James.“What’s really pissing LeBron off is that he felt like the Cavs could’ve gotten Paul George and Eric Bledsoe, and they didn’t get them,” Windhorst said...
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January 24, 2018  |  Discuss

Hawaii Quarterback Dru Brown Elects to Transfer

Brown will graduate in the spring and play elsewhere in 2018, leaving the starting position for the Warriors wide open The Hawaii Warriors football program received some surprising news on Monday when Quarterback Dru Brown, the starting QB for the Warriors from 2016-2017, elected to become a grad transfer and play elsewhere in 2018. This comes a week after wide receiver Dylan Collie...
Via Mountain West Connection
January 22, 2018

Hawaii holds off UC Santa Barbara for 77-76 victory

HONOLULU (AP) -- Gibson Johnson tossed in 18 points on 8-of-9 shooting and Brocke Stepteau added 12 points and five assists to help Hawaii slip past UC Santa Barbara 77-76 on Saturday night.
Via AP on Yahoo
January 14, 2018

Koloamatangi to participate in all-star showcase

Former Warrior defensive end Meffy Koloamatangi is participating in the College Gridiron Showcase in Addison, Texas. Pro scouts coordinate this invitation-only event, which is modeled after the NFL’s OTA format. From today through Wednesday, pro prospects will participate in meetings and individual drills, and be evaluated on practices, controlled scrimmages and interviews. The players...
Via Warrior Beat
January 06, 2018

Final stretch

It’s final-exams week for the Warriors. There are about 15 Warriors expected to earn bachelor’s degrees on Saturday, including left tackle Dejon Allen, defensive end Meffy Koloamatangi, running back Diocemy Saint Juste and safety Trayvon Henderson. Many of the Warriors will be completing work on their bachelor’s degree in nine semesters — a rapid rate that is credited to Na Koa and...
Via Warrior Beat
December 11, 2017

Allen named to MW first team

Dejon Allen continued his remarkable week with his selection to the Mountain West first team for football. Allen, who completed his UH eligibility in the past Saturday’s regular-season finale, was named the Warriors’ offensive MVP at the team banquet on Saturday. Allen also has accepted an invitation to play in the Jan. 20 East-West Shrine Game in Florida. Diocemy Saint Juste, who...
Via Warrior Beat
November 29, 2017

Hawaii Warriors place three players on All-Mountain West teams

Allen, Saint Juste, and Tavai were the Warriors selected for all conference honors The Hawaii Warriors finished the season with three members selected to the All-Mountain West teams, and two others received honorable mentions. The All-Mountain teams were picked by select media and Mountain West head coaches. Hawaii's lone placement on the first team was Senior offensive linemen Dejon...
Via Mountain West Connection
November 29, 2017

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors vs. Utah State Aggies Preview

Hawaii travels to a potentially winter wonderland-like Logan to play Utah State HAWAII @ UTAH STATE Location: Logan, Utah (Maverik Stadium) Date/Time: Saturday, November 18th at 10:00 a.m. (Hawaii Time) Television: Spectrum Sports PPV on Oahu. Streaming: WatchStadium app Radio: ESPN 1420 Head-to-head: Utah State leads the series 8-6. The Aggies have won the last three games in the...
Via Mountain West Connection
November 13, 2017

Ailments end two Warrior careers

Two players who entered as walk-ons will not get to finish their senior seasons because of physical ailments. Linebacker Max Broman, who was put on scholarship this past summer, and Terrence Sayles,who worked his way to starting corner and off-set kickoff returner, have completed their UH careers, head coach Nick Rolovich confirmed. The timing is unfortunate. Broman, who was raised...
Via Warrior Beat
November 08, 2017

Fresno State Bulldogs vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Preview

Hawaii enters the rivalry game having lost six of their last seven games FRESNO STATE VS. HAWAII Location: Halawa, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) Date/Time: Saturday, November 11th at 6:00 p.m. (Hawaii Time) Television: Spectrum Sports PPV on Oahu. Streaming: WatchStadium app (Again, we've been through this. Check the app, but do not trust Spectrum. Be ready to listen to Bobby Curran) Radio...
Via Mountain West Connection
November 06, 2017

UH seniors draw interest

More than a dozen NFL scouts have booked plans to watch the Warriors play in this weekend’s game against UNLV. The top UH senior prospects, we’ve been told, are safety Trayvon Henderson, defensive end Meffy Koloamatangi, running back Diocemy Saint Juste and left tackle Dejon Allen. Allen projects as a guard or center at the next level. There also is an NFL team looking at left guard John Wa‘a.
Via Warrior Beat
November 02, 2017

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors @ UNLV Rebels Preview

Hawaii travels to the ninth island in desperate need of a win HAWAII @ UNLV Location: Las Vegas, Nevada (Sam Boyd Stadium) Date/Time: Saturday, November 4th at 12:00 p.m. (Hawaii Time) Television: Spectrum Sports PPV on Oahu, nothing for mainlanders as far as I know. Streaming: WatchStadium app (I think. We've been through this. Do not trust Spectrum, be ready to listen to Bobby...
Via Mountain West Connection
October 30, 2017

San Diego State @ Hawaii Preview

Slumping Aztecs take their two-game losing streak to Oahu SAN DIEGO STATE vs. HAWAII Location: Halawa, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) Date/Time: Saturday, October 28th at 5:15 p.m. (Hawaii Time) Television: ESPN2 Streaming: WatchESPN app (Spectrum can't stop this!) Radio: ESPN 1420 Head-to-head: San Diego State leads the series 20-9-2, winning last year's contest in a 55-0 rout. Aztecs have...
Via Mountain West Connection
October 23, 2017
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