September 16-23, 2002 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News Now, Local Programming

September 16-23, 2002


  • 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 21, 2002

    Wahine Defeat Houston

    The undefeated University of Hawaii women's volleyball team rolled to another victory last night, beating unranked Houston 30-17, 30-17, 30-20. More >>
  • September 20, 2002

    Wahine Soccer End Four Game Losing Streak

    The University of Hawaii women's soccer team ended a four-match losing streak last night at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. The Rainbow Wahine defeated Long Island 6-1 in the first match of the Ohana Hotels and Resorts Shootout. More >>
  • September 19, 2002

    Hawaii vs California: Prep Football Dream Match-Ups

    This Saturday are the big match-ups that local prep football fans have been waiting for. Two of the best high school football teams from Hawaii are going toe-to-toe with two of the best teams from California. 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 18, 2002

    Miners Looking For Revenge

    For the second straight game Hawaii will be facing a team bent on revenge. Last time out it was BYU, this time around it's Texas El Paso. Last time the Bows and Miners met, Nick Rolovich tossed three touchdown passes for Hawaii in a 66-7 UH romp. More >>
  • September 18, 2002

    Wahine Defeat Russian Club Team

    Kim Willoughby and Lily Kahumoku combined for 51 kills to lead second-ranked Hawaii over Samorodok of Russia in an exhibition match last night. The Rainbow Wahine defeated the Russian professional team 31-29, 30-21, 28-30, 30-26. More >>
  • September 17, 2002

    Wallace Back To Work

    University of Hawaii basketball coach Riley Wallace returned to his office, saying he is "fine" but will have to take it easy for a while. Wallace underwent brain surgery in Las Vegas on September 6th. More >>
  • September 16, 2002

    Whieldon Leaves Warriors For Personal Reasons

    It's not often that a football team's co-leader in touchdown passes steps away and leaves that team but that's exactly what the Warriors are facing tonight. As back-up quarterback Jason Whieldon has left the University of Hawaii to attend to undisclosed family business. More >>
  • September 16, 2002

    Wahine Ranked #2

    Hawaii has moved up a spot to Number Two in this week's American Volleyball Coaches Association women's volleyball poll. Southern Cal takes over the top spot followed by Hawaii, Florida and Stanford, which fell from the top spot after losing to the now-third ranked Gators over the weekend. More >>
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