October 8-15, 2002 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News Now, Local Programming

October 8-15, 2002


  • October 13, 2002

    Wahine Soccer Edges Rice

    (Honolulu-AP) -- The University of Hawaii women's soccer team edge Rice 1-0 last night at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Natalie Groenewoud scored the only goal of the match in the first half. TheMore >>
  • October 14, 2002

    Willoughby And Kahumoku Lead Wahine To Victory

    The second-ranked University of Hawaii women's volleyball team overwhelmed unranked Tulsa 30-20, 30-15, 30-12 Sunday night. Kim Willoughby and Lily Kahumoku had 14 kills apiece to keep the Wahine undefeated this season. More >>
  • October 12, 2002

    Hawaii Blows Past Nevada

    Timmy Chang passed for two quick touchdowns to kickstart a 42-point first quarter as the University of Hawaii defeated Nevada 59-34 tonight at Aloha Stadium. Chang threw a 72-yard touchdown to Britton Komine on the first play from scrimmage to get the scoring going for the Warriors. More >>
  • October 12, 2002

    Wahine Soccer Team Wins WAC Opener

    Freshman Natasha Kai scored three goals as the University of Hawaii women's soccer team shutout Tulsa 6-0 last night at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. It was the Western Athletic Conference opener for the Wahine. More >>
  • October 9, 2002

    Benny Agbayani Back In Hawaii

    Last season was a roller coaster ride for Benny Agbayani. He started the year with the Colorado Rockies and sent down to triple-A mid-season. He was then claimed off waivers by the Boston Red Sox, all the while battling injuries, which made it a tough seven months. More >>
  • October 8, 2002

    Hawaii To Face Alabama Next Year At Aloha Stadium For The Second Straight Season

    Hawaii and Alabama will face each other next year at Aloha Stadium for the second straight season under an agreement reached between the two schools. The football game is scheduled for November 29th and fills a void left by Virginia's cancellation. More >>
  • October 7, 2002

    Ilaoa Expected To Miss Nevada Game

    Another name has been added to the list of injured University of Hawaii football players. Slotback Nate Ilaoa suffered a dislocated right shoulder during Saturday night's 58-31 loss to Boise State. More >>
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