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  • October 2, 2002

    Abu Ma'afala Adjusting To Pressure Of College Game

    When the Hawaii football team faces off this weekend against Boise State, the Warrior defense will be tested. But for defensive tackle Abu Ma'afala that's nothing new, he's been tested all season long. More >>
  • October 1, 2002

    Bass Likely Won't Play Saturday

    Some bad news for the warrior football team as it prepares for Saturday's game at Boise State. Head coach June Jones calls the Boise State Broncos the best team that Hawaii will face so far this season. And that's not a good team to have up next when your top rusher is on the shelf. More >>
  • September 30, 2002

    Two Home Games, Two Straight Blowout Wins

    With four games down on the Hawaii schedule, the Warriors are 3-1. This past Saturday Hawaii scored in all phases...offense, defense and special teams, in a 42-10 pasting of SMU. A win, head coach June Jones said today, came because UH dominted the Mustangs in the trenches. More >>
  • September 30, 2002

    Defense Scoring For Warriors

    Hawaii's football opponents already know they can expect a potent offense when they play the Warriors. Now they're finding out about the defense, too. More >>
  • September 29, 2002

    Warriors Pound Mustangs

    The Hawaii football team remained unbeaten in Western Athletic Conference play with a 42-10 victory over Southern Methodist yesterday at Aloha Stadium. The Warriors improved to three-and-one and now have won both of their WAC contests this year. More >>
  • September 25, 2002

    Timmy Chang Looking To Bounce Back Against Mustangs

    This Saturday at Aloha Stadium the Warrior football team will be back at home for the first time in a month taking on SMU. And for quarterback Timmy Chang it'll be a chance to get back on track. This season he's been bothered by a broken finger while throwing six interceptions in three games. More >>
  • September 24, 2002

    Whieldon Happy To Be Back

    Quarterback Jason Whieldon was back on the UH practice field this morning. Whieldon left the Warrior team two weeks ago to return home to attend to family business. It was thought his time in Warrior green and black was done...but it wasn't. More >>
  • September 21, 2002

    Withy-Allen Leads Warriors To Victory

    The University of Hawaii football Warriors defeated Texas-El Paso 31-6 tonight on the mainland. Backup UH quarterback Shawn Withy-Allen threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score. He was 5-10 for 89 yards and rushed for 67 yards. More >>
  • September 19, 2002

    Matt Wright Hoping To Add To Personal Highlight Film

    The Warrior football team is in El Paso, Texas where they face the UTEP Miners on Saturday. And for at least one member of the Hawaii team, UTEP is always circled on the UH schedule.  More >>
  • September 12, 2002

    Two Years And 5,286 Miles Later, Brewster Is A Warrior

    The Warrior football team got back on the practice field today. It was the team's first practice since the BYU game last Friday. But for one Warrior player five days off is nothing. More >>
  • September 9, 2002

    Warriors Back To Work

    It's back to work for the Warrior football team. The guys in green lost a tight one last Friday up at BYU 35-32 but according to head coach June Jones...he's not ready to pack it in just yet. More >>
  • September 6, 2002

    Hawaii Drops Close One To BYU

    The University of Hawaii Warrior football dropped a close game to BYU in Provo, Utah. Hawaii controlled most of the first half but couldn't hold off the strong rushing attack of BYU's Marcus Whalen. BYU proved to be a little too much in the 35-32 win. More >>
  • September 5, 2002

    BYU Coach Says Revenge Is Not A Factor

    The University of Hawaii football team is in Provo, Utah, for tomorrow's nationally televised game with Brigham Young. BYU coach Gary Crowton says there is no revenge factor for his team, which took a 72-45 loss to Hawaii at Aloha Stadium last December.
    Read story from a Provo, Utah newspaper -  
    Coach: Revenge is not a factor (wink, wink)
    More >>
  • September 4, 2002

    Warriors To Practice In BYU Today

    The University of Hawaii football team is practicing in Utah today in preparation for Friday's game against BYU. The Cougars will seek to avenge last year's 72-45 embarrassment at Aloha Stadium. More >>
  • September 3, 2002

    Warriors BYU Bound

    Coach June Jones and the Warrior football team leave for Utah today to begin preparations for Friday's matchup with Brigham Young. Jones says Hawaii caught the Cougars at the right time last year and he expects them to be ready to avenge last year's 72-45 blowout. More >>
  • September 3, 2002

    Jones Calls Block That Injured Lui Fuga A Cheap Shot

    (Honolulu-AP) -- Hawaii coach June Jones is calling it a cheap shot. Jones says he plans to send NCAA officials video of the block by an Eastern Illinois player that injured defensive tackle Lui Fuga.More >>
  • September 1, 2002

    Warriors Open Season With Impressive Victory

    The University of Hawaii defeated Eastern Illinois 61-36 last night at Aloha Stadium in the football season opener for both teams. UH quarterback Timmy Chang, who sat out most of last season with a wrist injury, returned to action, throwing for 374 yards and three touchdowns. More >>
  • August 28, 2002

    Manuwai, Tinoisamoa and Brown Named Football Team Captains

    Offensive lineman Vince Manuwai and linebackers Pisa Tinoisamoa and Chris Brown have been named Hawaii's football team captains for this season. More >>
  • August 27, 2002

    UH Football Ticket Sales

    Aloha Stadium has already sold about 5600 tickets for the University of Hawaii football. Yesterday was the first day individual tickets went on sale. More >>
  • August 26, 2002

    Chang Looking To Practice Wednesday

    The University of Hawaii's ailing starting quarterback hopes to return to practice Wednesday. Timmy Chang is nursing a broken pinkie finger on his throwing hand, but still has hopes of playing in Saturday's season opener against Eastern Illinois. More >>
  • Jones Still Waiting On Chang Before Making Starting Quarterback Decision

    University of Hawaii football coach June Jones says he is giving Timmy Chang's right pinkie finger another week to heal before deciding who will be starting quarterback for the season opener against Eastern Illinois on August 31st. Jones says that if Chang can throw by next Thursday, he will have a chance to start. More >>
  • August 19, 2002

    Leonard Peters Scheduled For CAT Scan On Wednesday

    Hawaii safety Leonard Peters has a CAT scan scheduled Wednesday to check up on the condition of internal injuries suffered in practice last week. Peters, who was expected to start this year for the Warrior football team, suffered tears to his spleen and one of his kidneys after a collision in practice. More >>
  • August 15, 2002

    Timmy Chang Injured

    Quarterback Timmy Chang suffered an injury to his throwing hand during this morning's practice. It's another setback for UH's star quarterback. Late today team doctors announced the extent of the injury. More >>
  • August 14, 2002

    Peters Out For 6-8 Weeks

    Good and bad from the Warrior football camp on strong safety Leonard Peters. Monday, Peters went down with a bruised spleen and kidney. The good news is Peters will not need surgery, the bad news he expected to miss six to eight weeks while he recovers.  More >>
  • August 13, 2002

    Charter Flights May Be In The Future For Warriors

    Hawaii football coach June Jones and athletic director Herman Frazier have confirmed that the team plans to take charter flights to certain road games this season. More >>
  • August 13, 2002

    Warrior Safety Hospitalized With Abdominal Injuries

    Hawaii football player Leonard Peters has been hospitalized with bruises to his kidney and spleen. Coach June Jones says the freshman safety was injured in morning practice yesterday after an inadvertent collision during a drill. More >>
  • Warriors Three Weeks Away From Opener

    We are less than three weeks away from the Warriors home opener against Eastern Illinois. But before the team hits the field, News 8's Reid Shimizu asks the three burning questions the Warriors will have to answer. More >>
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