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Wahine Christa Brossman pump-fakes Tulsa's Rachel Hall into the air before driving for a basket.

Eugene Tanner • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Wahine pick apart press, win 63-53
Rallying from a wretched opening half, the University of Hawai'i Wahine overcame Tulsa, 63-53, last night to improve to 4-2 in WAC play and 13-4 overall.

Rainbows erupt for four runs in 8th, win 5-1
Closer Bryan Lee, who got a reprieve Thursday night, made the best of a second chance to help Hawai'i defeat Sacramento State, 5-1, in collegiate baseball last night.

Shutouts lift Kailua, 'Aiea in OIA soccer
Kailua and 'Aiea recorded 2-0 shutouts at 'Aiea's field, while Campbell and Radford won their matches at Kailua's field to advance to the quarterfinals of the OIA boys championship tournament.

Kalaheo clinches tie for Eastern title
D.C. Daniels scored 19 points and Skyler Wilson added 14 to power Kalaheo to a 92-40 rout of Kaiser and clinch a tie for the OIA boys' Eastern Division basketball title.

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Former UH football coach front-runner for UTEP job
Former University of Hawai'i head football coach Bob Wagner has interviewed for the vacant defensive coordinator position at Texas-El Paso and could be announced as soon as Monday.
Rookie Pro Bowl coach just knows how to win
In just three seasons, Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden has figured out how to "Just win, baby." In the process, he's transformed a "has been" organization back into a winner.
Winning essays in Advertiser's Sportswriter for a Day contest.
Susan R. Shan, an Iolani School junior, is the grand prize winner in The Advertiser's Sportswriter for a Day contest. She will interview a Pro Bowl player and see her work published.
Eight is enough for UH volleyball
Except for the imminent eligibility of middle blocker Geronimo Chala and injuries, the Warriors' playing rotation will remain the same for the rest of the season.
Lima decides to skip her final year with Wahine
Saying she is not "closing the door" completely on returning, Veronica Lima has told the University of Hawai'i Wahine volleyball staff that she will probably not be back for her senior year.
Isle File
Top-seed Goldstein rallies at Waikoloa
Defending champion Paul Goldstein rallied to advance to today's semifinals of the second annual Hilton Waikoloa Village USTA Challenger, yesterday on the Big Island.
Ferd Lewis
As usual, only thing missing was Tiger
When the PGA Tour announced plans to start its season with back-to-back events in Hawai'i, the expectation was we’d be seeing more of Tiger Woods. But in the first three years of the Sony Open in Hawai'i, sport's foremost drawing card is 0-for-the Open.
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