Hawaii foot­ball hits prac­tice field with re­newed en­thu­si­asm

Hawaii Tribune Herald - - SPORTS - By STEPHEN TSAI

The Hawaii foot­ball team had re­newed en­thu­si­asm and some changes in its first prac­tice Tues­day since the lost week­end in Reno.

For­mer of­fen­sive line­man RJ Hol­lis de­liv­ered an im­pas­sioned us-against-the­world speech at the start of the two-hour prac­tice at the wind­less Ching Ath­letic Com­plex. Head coach Nick Rolovich staged 1-on-1 bat­tles be­tween of­fen­sive and de­fen­sive play­ers in the mid­dle of prac­tice.

“We changed some things up,” Rolovich said. “We had a prac­tice sched­ule, and guys are used to it. We’re in a lit­tle bit of a rut, so we wanted to change it up and bring some dif­fer­ent en­ergy, and keep them on their toes a lit­tle bit.”

The Rain­bow War­riors were forced to ad­just after Chris Nae­ole re­signed as of­fen­sive line coach last week. For last Saturday’s 35-21 road loss to Ne­vada, of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor Brian Smith and grad­u­ate as­sis­tant John Estes coached the of­fen­sive line­men and Rolovich called the of­fen­sive plays. The job shifts meant Smith, who usu­ally called the plays from the coaches’ booth, was on the field dur­ing the game.

“That was my role that day,” Rolovich said of his play-call­ing. “But I felt I wasn’t pre­pared as I needed to be. I made that de­ci­sion, and I felt that was the best way to go for that game.”

But after ful­fill­ing his other head coach­ing du­ties on Mon­day, Rolovich de­cided to re­vert to the pre­vi­ous in-game roles for Saturday’s home­com­ing game against San Jose State. Smith will call the plays from the booth.

Sun­day, Oct. 15 Green Bay at Min­nesota, 7 a.m. Cleve­land at Hous­ton, 7 a.m. Detroit at New Or­leans, 7 a.m. Mi­ami at At­lanta, 7 a.m. New Eng­land at N.Y. Jets, 7 a.m. Chicago at Bal­ti­more, 7 a.m. San Fran­cisco at Washington, 7 a.m. Tampa Bay at Ari­zona, 10:05 a.m. L.A. Rams at Jack­sonville, 10:05 a.m. L.A. Charg­ers at Oak­land, 10:25 a.m. Pitts­burgh at Kansas City, 10:25 a.m. N.Y. Gi­ants at Den­ver, 2:30 p.m. Open: Buf­falo, Dal­las, Seat­tle, Cincin­nati Mon­day, Oct. 16 Indianapolis at Ten­nessee, 2:30 p.m.

MLB play­off glance

DI­VI­SION SE­RIES (Best-of-5) Amer­i­can League Hous­ton 3, Bos­ton 1 New York 3, Cleve­land 2 Fri­day: Cleve­land 9, New York 8, 13 in­nings Sun­day: New York 1, Cleve­land 0 Mon­day: New York 7, Cleve­land 3 Wednesday: New York 5, Cleve­land 2 National League Chicago 2, Washington 1 Saturday: Washington 6, Chicago 3 Mon­day: Chicago 2, Washington 1 Tues­day: Washington 5, Chicago 0 Thursday: Chicago at Washington, 2:08 p.m. (TBS) Los Angeles 3, Ari­zona 0

LEAGUE CHAM­PI­ONSHIP SE­RIES (Best-of-7; x-if nec­es­sary) Amer­i­can League

Hous­ton vs. Cleve­land-New York win­ner Fri­day, Oct. 13: New York at Hous­ton (Keuchel 14-5) (FS1), 2:08 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14: New York at Hous­ton (Ver­lan­der 15-8) (Fox), 10:08 a.m. Mon­day, Oct. 16: Hous­ton at New York (FS1), 2:08 p.m. Tues­day, Oct. 17: Hous­ton at New York (Fox or FS1) x-Wednesday, Oct. 18: Hous­ton at New York (Fox or FS1) x-Fri­day, Oct. 20: New York at Hous­ton (Fox or FS1) x-Saturday, Oct. 21: New York at Hous­ton (Fox or FS1 National League Los Angeles vs. Chicago-Washington win­ner Saturday, Oct. 14: Chicago-Washington win­ner at Los Angeles, TBA (TBS) Sun­day, Oct. 15: Chicago-Washington win­ner at Los Angeles, TBA (TBS) Tues­day, Oct. 17: Los Angeles at Chicago-Washington win­ner, TBA (TBS) Wednesday, Oct. 18: Los Angeles at Chicago-Washington win­ner, TBA (TBS) x-Thursday, Oct. 19: Los Angeles at Chicago-Washington win­ner, TBA (TBS) x-Saturday, Oct. 21: Chicago-Washington win­ner at Los Angeles, TBA (TBS) x-Sun­day, Oct. 22: Chicago-Washington win­ner at Los Angeles, TBA (TBS)

Top 25 sched­ule

Fri­day No. 2 Clem­son at Syra­cuse, 1 p.m. No. 8 Wash. St. at Cal, 4:30 p.m.

Saturday No. 1 Ala. vs. Arkansas, 1:15 p.m. No. 4 Ge­or­gia vs. Mis­souri, 1:30 p.m. No. 5 Wash. at Ariz. St., 4:45 p.m. No. 6 TCU at Kansas State, 6 a.m. No. 7 Wis­con­sin vs. Pur­due, 9:30 a.m. No. 9 Ohio St. at Ne­braska, 1:30 p.m. No. 10 Auburn at LSU, 9:30 a.m. No. 11 Mi­ami vs. Ga. Tech, 9:30 a.m. No. 12 Okla. vs. Tex. at Dal., 9:30 a.m. No. 13 USC vs. Utah, 2 p.m. No. 14 Okla. St. vs. Bay­lor, 9:30 a.m. No. 17 Michi­gan at In­di­ana, 6 a.m. No. 18 S.Fla. vs. Cincin­nati, 1:30 p.m. No. 19 SD St. vs. Boise St., 4:30 p.m. No. 20 NC State at Pitt, 6 a.m. No. 21 Mich. St. at Min­nesota, 2 p.m. No. 22 UCF vs. East Carolina, 1 p.m. No. 23 Stan­ford vs. Ore­gon, 5 p.m. No. 24 Texas Tech at W. Va., 6 a.m. No. 25 Navy at Mem­phis, 9:45 a.m.

NHL

Wednesday New Jer­sey 6, Toronto 3 Pitts­burgh 3, Washington 2 Colorado 6, Bos­ton 3 Ana­heim 3, N.Y. Is­landers 2 Cal­gary 4, Los Angeles 3, OT

NBA pre­sea­son

Wednesday Bos­ton 108, Char­lotte 100 Mi­ami 117, Washington 115 Philadelphia 133, Brook­lyn 114 Hous­ton 101, Mem­phis 89 Port­land 113, Phoenix 104

BASE­BALL Amer­i­can League BOS­TON RED SOX -- Fired man­ager John Far­rell.

BAS­KET­BALL National Bas­ket­ball As­so­ci­a­tion MIN­NESOTA TIM­BER­WOLVES -- Agreed to terms with F An­drew Wig­gins on a mul­ti­year con­tract ex­ten­sion. NEW YORK KNICKS -Signed G Trey Burke.

FOOT­BALL National Foot­ball League ARI­ZONA CAR­DI­NALS -Re-signed OT-G Givens Price to the prac­tice squad. CHICAGO BEARS -- Signed WR Tan­ner Gen­try from the prac­tice squad. Re­leased WR Deonte Thomp­son. Signed LB Carl Brad­ford and WR Dar­reus Rogers to the prac­tice squad. DAL­LAS COW­BOYS -- Re­leased CB Nolan Car­roll. Signed LB Justin March-Lil­lard. DETROIT LIONS -- Signed DE Da­tone Jones and DT Ca­raun Reid. Waived LB Thurston Arm­bris­ter. Placed DT Haloti Ngata on in­jured re­serve. NEW YORK GI­ANTS -- Sus­pended CB Dom­inque Rodgers-Cro­mar­tie.

HOCKEY National Hockey League ARI­ZONA COY­OTES -- Re­called F Emer­son Etem from Tuc­son (AHL).

TEN­NIS GRAND SLAM BOARD -- Sus­pended Fabio Fognini two Grand Slam tour­na­ments, in­clud­ing the 2018 U.S. Open, and fined him $96,000, for in­sult­ing a chair um­pire at the 2017 U.S. Open.

COL­LEGE AMER­I­CAN ATH­LETIC CON­FER­ENCE -- An­nounced the ad­di­tion of women’s lacrosse as the Con­fer­ence’s 22nd sport be­gin­ning in 2019. Con­fer­ence mem­bers Cincin­nati, Con­necti­cut, East Carolina and Tem­ple, and af­fil­i­ate mem­bers Florida and Van­der­bilt will com­pete. KANSAS STATE -- Dis­missed women’s sopho­more bas­ket­ball F Eter­nati Wil­lock for re­peated vi­o­la­tions of team rules. LOUISVILLE -- Named Trent John­son as­sis­tant men’s bas­ket­ball coach. STAN­FORD -- Signed women’s bas­ket­ball coach Tara VanDerveer to a three-year con­tract ex­ten­sion through the 2019-20 sea­son.

MLS

Wednesday Hous­ton 2, Sport­ing Kansas City 1

Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 15 At­lanta Uni. FC at New York, 11 a.m. Colum­bus at Or­lando City, 11 a.m. Mon­treal at Toronto FC, 11 a.m. N.Y. City FC at New Eng­land, 11 a.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 11 a.m. D.C. United at Port­land, 1:30 p.m. FC Dal­las at Seat­tle, 1:30 p.m. Hous­ton at Sport­ing K.C., 1:30 p.m. Minn. Uni. at Los Angeles, 1:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Colorado, 1:30 p.m. San Jose at Van­cou­ver, 1:30 p.m.

Estes, who was in the booth dur­ing the Ne­vada game, will be on the side­line work­ing with the of­fen­sive line­men. Josh Omura, the re­cruit­ing in­tern, will take over some of Estes’ grad­u­ate-as­sis­tant work.

“I can’t do less than a 100 per­cent job if I’m going to do it,” Rolovich said of play-call­ing. “These kids de­serve some­body who is com­pletely di­aled in and ready for ev­ery sit­u­a­tion.”

Asked to grade his play-call­ing, Rolovich said, “If I go with 35 points, that would be an A. We scored 21. It looks like a C-mi­nus to me, maybe a C-plus. Maybe there’s Boys 7-8 25 freestyle 1 Jar­dine, Jor­dan 8 Honokaa 19.00 2 Roback, Hilo Pa­liku 8 Kawamoto 19.71 3 Ig­na­cio, Axel 7 Kawamoto 21.10 4 Rice, Ke­o­lalani 8 NAS 21.47 5 Hub­bard, Jake 7 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 22.34 6 Pas­trama, Ma­teo 7 Pa­hoa 24.58 Girls 9-10 50 freestyle 1 Kim, Haili 9 NAS 35.15 2 Martinez, Kiah-Lexie 10 Honokaa 36.37 3 Real, McKayla 9 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 38.45 4 Bad­g­ley, Lilyana 10 Pa­hoa 40.02 5 Burgess, Penny 9 Kona 40.22 6 Souza, Aysa 9 Honokaa 41.11 Boys 9-10 50 freestyle 1 Wa­gen­blast, Do­minic 10 Pa­hoa 42.30 2 Va­lente, Ulumoku 9 NAS 46.51 3 Vec­chitto, Luca 9 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 46.64 4 Crook, Caleb 9 Pa­hoa 46.91 5 Mer­rell, Ai­den 9 Honokaa 47.06 6 Bond, Ben­jamin 9 Pa­hoa 47.22 Girls 11-12 50 freestyle 1 Lapiuid, Ta­tiana 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 31.40 2 Jaquias, Aysia-Lee 12 Kawamoto 32.91 3 Franks, Jleigh 11 Kona 33.69 4 Hen­line-En­riquez, Lorielle 11 Kawamoto 34.44 5 Beck­ett, Leah 12 Kona 35.20 6 Denny, Molly 11 Pa­hoa 37.50 Boys 11-12 50 freestyle 1 Rogers, Eli­jah 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 30.18 2 Kim, Seth 12 NAS 31.38 3 Mar­cus-Lorenzo, Allen 11 Honokaa 34.09 4 Kaye, Po­haku 11 NAS 34.59 5 Coo­ley, Onno 12 NAS 34.61 6 Roback, Po’ikeao 12 Kawamoto 34.93 Girls 13-14 100 freestyle 1 McCam, Me­gan 13 NAS 1:15.72 2 Veilleux, Pais­ley 13 Pa­hoa 1:19.66 3 Nakamoto, Erika 13 Kona 1:20.37 4 Mor­ri­son, Lynsey 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:24.00 Boys 13-14 100 freestyle 1 Chow, Kenji 13 NAS 1:11.09 2 Waugh, Trevin 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:11.59 3 Kaye, Maluhia 13 NAS 1:12.27 4 Pas­trama, Phoenix 13 Pa­hoa 1:13.87 5 Holzwarth, C.J. 14 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:17.21 6 Fronda-McDow­ell, Skye 14 Kona 1:21.67 Girls 15-over 100 freestyle 1 DeLuz, Day­cie 15 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:23.28 Girls 6-un­der 25 back­stroke 1 Jensen, Ad­dyson 6 Pa­hoa 31.97 2 Loewen, So­phie 5 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 35.21 Boys 6-un­der 25 back­stroke 1 Pensa, Makani 6 Pa­hoa 36.19 2 Lo­man, Joel 6 Pa­hoa 54.59 Girls 7-8 25 back­stroke 1 Ur­ban, Lena 7 Pa­hoa 25.96 2 Mor­ris, Josie 8 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 27.40 3 Hart, Livie 7 Ko­hala 27.46 4 Schae­fle, Chloe 8 Pa­hoa 27.55 5 Mockchew, Chelsea 8 Kona 28.07 6 Roback, Alaulani 7 Kawamoto 28.53 Boys 7-8 25 back­stroke 1 Jar­dine, Jor­dan 8 Honokaa 25.10 2 Thoma, Jackson 7 Kona 25.98 3 Ig­na­cio, Axel 7 Kawamoto 26.35 4 Tor­cato, Ma­son 7 KCAC 27.16 5 Roback, Hilo Pa­liku 8 Kawamoto 27.75 6 Keizer, Teddy 8 KCAC 27.91 Girls 9-10 50 back­stroke 1 Aguilara, Jessie 10 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 43.53 2 Martinez, Kiah-Lexie 10 Honokaa 43.89 3 Hil­ton, Ocean 10 Kawamoto 45.00 4 Real, McKayla 9 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 46.72 5 Casabar, Malia 10 Kona 46.88 ex­tra credit avail­able.”

Rolovich said he ad­dressed the side­line be­hav­ior dur­ing the Ne­vada game. Right tackle Chris Posa raged after be­ing as­sessed two penal­ties on a drive, and line­backer Penei Pav­ihi flashed a shaka sign after be­ing ejected for tar­get­ing. Both im­ages were cap­tured dur­ing the national tele­cast.

“I didn’t watch the TV copy, but I got more texts about how (Pav­ihi) was per­ceived on TV,” Rolovich said.

Rolovich said Pav­ihi’s wave was taken out of con­text. “He was ap­pre­ci­at­ing the (Hawaii) fans,” Rolovich said. “I told him … you have to worry about Boys 13-14 100 back­stroke 1 Pond, Brax­ton 13 Kona 1:22.46 2 Pas­trama, Phoenix 13 Pa­hoa 1:30.06 Girls 15-over 100 back­stroke 1 DeLuz, Day­cie 15 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:41.09 Girls 6-un­der 25 breast­stroke 1 Myrmo, Olena 6 Ko­hala 38.66 2 Loewen, So­phie 5 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 48.47 3 Jensen, Ad­dyson 6 Pa­hoa 49.59 Boys 6-un­der 25 breast­stroke 1 Al­ford, Kainoa 6 KCAC 34.91 2 Pensa, Makani 6 Pa­hoa 35.26 3 Car­pen­ter, Carver 6 Kona 37.69 4 Burns, Sawyer 6 KCAC 44.45 Girls 7-8 25 breast­stroke 1 Ur­ban, Lena 7 Pa­hoa 28.15 2 Mor­ris, Josie 8 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 30.09 3 Ho’opai, Aleizha 8 Honokaa 30.58 4 Valdez, Amara 8 NAS 34.22 5 Pruett, Hay­den 8 Kawamoto 37.36 6 Ta­gawa, Alyssa 8 Kona 39.75 Boys 7-8 25 breast­stroke 1 Ky­ota, Kane 7 Kawamoto 26.28 2 Rice, Ke­o­lalani 8 NAS 29.29 3 Ig­na­cio, Axel 7 Kawamoto 30.33 4 Roback, Hilo Pa­liku 8 Kawamoto 30.59 5 Hub­bard, Jake 7 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 31.76 6 Crook, Eli 8 Pa­hoa 32.83 Girls 9-10 50 breast­stroke 1 Aguilara, Jessie 10 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 49.84 2 Rose­hill, Aila 10 Kawamoto 50.72 3 Casabar, Malia 10 Kona 50.78 4 Souza, Aysa 9 Honokaa 51.41 5 Loewen, Lilla 10 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 51.51 6 Martinez, Kiah-Lexie 10 Honokaa 51.72 Boys 9-10 50 breast­stroke 1 Vec­chitto, Luca 9 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 54.18 2 Crook, Caleb 9 Pa­hoa 56.00 3 Akiona, He’enalu 9 KCAC 58.18 4 Bond, Ben­jamin 9 Pa­hoa 1:00.17 5 Wa­gen­blast, Do­minic 10 Pa­hoa 1:02.22 6 Al­bright, Kai 10 Pa­hoa 1:03.44 Girls 11-12 50 breast­stroke 1 Lapiuid, Ta­tiana 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 43.48 2 Fursten­werth, Taylor 11 Kawamoto 43.94 3 Ko­take, Kiara 12 NAS 43.95 4 Kell, Pres­ley 12 KCAC 44.15 5 Jaquias, Aysia-Lee 12 Kawamoto 44.44 6 En­gel­hardt, Audry 12 NAS 45.02 Boys 11-12 50 breast­stroke 1 Ky­ota, Ka­makoa 12 Kawamoto 42.61 2 Nakamoto, Travis 11 Kona 42.91 3 Mor­ris, Joseph 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 43.56 4 Coo­ley, Onno 12 NAS 47.53 5 McDon­ald, Ka­hawai 12 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 49.01 6 Ki­ley, Evan 11 Pa­hoa 51.28 Girls 13-14 100 breast­stroke 1 DeLuz, Dae­lyn 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:31.68 2 Krail, Ly­dia 13 NAS 1:37.66 3 Takaki, Jor­danna 13 NAS 1:38.61 4 Nakamoto, Erika 13 Kona 1:38.72 5 Mor­ri­son, Lynsey 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:59.58 Boys 13-14 100 breast­stroke 1 Waugh, Trevin 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:36.88 2 Ch­hay, Rowan 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:43.91 3 Fronda-McDow­ell, Skye 14 Kona 1:46.06 Girls 15-over 100 breast­stroke how peo­ple per­ceive it. Penei wouldn’t hurt any­body. He’s a guy who’s so re­spect­ful, so nice. If some­body waves to him, he’s going to wave back. It was the Hawaii fans there. They were cheer­ing for him. He said: ‘They were telling me to keep my head up.’ And he was say­ing, ‘Thank you for that en­cour­age­ment.’ “

But Rolovich said Posa “lost his cool.”

“We ad­dressed it at the game,” Rolovich said of Posa’s out­burst. “We ad­dressed it in front of the team. We ad­dressed all that. … You’re rep­re­sent­ing the state right now. That’s the most im­por­tant part.” Girls 11-12 25 but­ter­fly 1 Oness, Grace 12 Kawamoto 15.06 2 Ko­take, Kiara 12 NAS 15.69 3 Al­ford, Ciana 11 KCAC 15.91 4 Jaquias, Aysia-Lee 12 Kawamoto 15.92 5 Franks, Jleigh 11 Kona 17.75 6 Beck­ett, Leah 12 Kona 19.47 Boys 11-12 25 but­ter­fly 1 Oyama, Skye 11 Kona 17.52 2 Nakamoto, Travis 11 Kona 20.79 3 Ki­ley, Evan 11 Pa­hoa 21.77 4 Melling, Caleb 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 21.97 5 McDon­ald, Ka­hawai 12 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 23.26 6 Mi­randa, Bene­dict 11 Kona 23.85 Boys 13-14 50 but­ter­fly 1 Pond, Brax­ton 13 Kona 39.22 2 McCar­roll, Aum­rae 14 Pa­hoa 42.93 3 Ch­hay, Rowan 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 51.02 Girls 7-8 100 IM 1 Coronas-Holsco, Madi­son 7 Honokaa 1:51.34 2 Visaya, Ka­maehu 7 Kawamoto 2:33.79 Boys 7-8 100 IM 1 Rice, Ke­o­lalani 8 NAS 1:56.50 2 Jar­dine, Jor­dan 8 Honokaa 2:22.74 3 Hub­bard, Jake 7 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 2:26.18 4 McDon­ald, Keahi 7 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 2:33.26 Girls 9-10 100 IM 1 Hil­ton, Ocean 10 Kawamoto 1:34.25 2 Casabar, Malia 10 Kona 1:46.09 3 Lorenzo, Aaliyah 9 Honokaa 1:46.33 4 Kern, Made­laine 9 Kona 1:46.78 5 Ig­na­cio, Ava 10 Kawamoto 1:47.98 6 Rose­hill, Aila 10 Kawamoto 1:48.97 Boys 9-10 100 IM 1 Oyama, Shane 9 Kona 1:33.84 2 Ranne, Alex 9 Pa­hoa 1:46.62 Girls 11-12 100 IM 1 Lapiuid, Ta­tiana 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:22.75 2 Al­ford, Ciana 11 KCAC 1:26.75 3 Fursten­werth, Taylor 11 Kawamoto 1:27.00 4 Hen­line-En­riquez, Lorielle 11 Kawamoto 1:28.45 5 En­gel­hardt, Audry 12 NAS 1:37.45 6 Mag­daro, Janeille 12 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:38.15 Boys 11-12 100 IM 1 Mar­cus-Lorenzo, Allen 11 Honokaa 1:30.44 2 Coo­ley, Onno 12 NAS 1:32.72 3 Ky­ota, Ka­makoa 12 Kawamoto 1:32.94 4 Oyama, Skye 11 Kona 1:33.92 5 Mor­ris, Joseph 11 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:44.22 6 Mi­randa, Bene­dict 11 Kona 1:52.69 Girls 13-14 100 IM 1 Takaki, Jor­danna 13 NAS 1:28.91 2 Krail, Ly­dia 13 NAS 1:29.53 3 Veilleux, Pais­ley 13 Pa­hoa 1:35.84 4 Mor­ri­son, Lynsey 13 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:39.86 Boys 13-14 100 IM 1 Wa­gen­blast, Jor­dan 14 Pa­hoa 1:24.12 2 Chow, Kenji 13 NAS 1:31.62 3 Fronda-McDow­ell, Skye 14 Kona 1:33.91 4 Holzwarth, C.J. 14 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:36.66 Girls 15-over 100 IM 1 Su­pan, Fiona 16 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:15.56 2 DeLuz, Day­cie 15 Lau­pa­hoe­hoe 1:40.94

San Jose State (1-6, 0-3 MWC) at Hawaii (2-4, 0-3) 6 p.m. HST Saturday Spec­trum PPV 670 AM Hawaii fa­vored by 17

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