October 16-23, 2002 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News, Weather and Sports

October 16-23, 2002

 

  • October 16-23, 2002More>>

  • October 21, 2002

    Kahumoku Named WAC Player Of The Week

    Kahanamoku Named WAC Player Of The Week

    University of Hawaii's Lily Kahumoku has been named the Western Athletic Conference volleyball Player of the Week. She had 36 kills in two matches last week against Southern Methodist and Texas-El Paso. More >>
    University of Hawaii's Lily Kahumoku has been named the Western Athletic Conference volleyball Player of the Week. She had 36 kills in two matches last week against Southern Methodist and Texas-El Paso. More >>
  • October 20, 2002

    Chang Leads Warriors To Victory

    Chang Leads Warriors To Victory

    The University of Hawaii football Warriors defeated Tulsa 37-14 Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. Tulsa's loss extended the nation's longest losing streak to 17 games. More >>
    The University of Hawaii football Warriors defeated Tulsa 37-14 Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. Tulsa's loss extended the nation's longest losing streak to 17 games. More >>
  • October 19, 2002

    Wahine Remain Perfect With Sweep Of Southern Methodist

    Wahine Remain Perfect With Sweep Of Southern Methodist

    Hawaii's Kim Willoughby had 17 kills as the Rainbow Wahine remained perfect on the season with a three game sweep of Southern Methodist today, 30-24, 30-6, 30-17. Lily Kahumoku added 11 kills and seven blocks for Hawaii. More >>
    Hawaii's Kim Willoughby had 17 kills as the Rainbow Wahine remained perfect on the season with a three game sweep of Southern Methodist today, 30-24, 30-6, 30-17. Lily Kahumoku added 11 kills and seven blocks for Hawaii. More >>
  • October 18, 2002

    Warriors Anxious For FieldTurf To Be Installed At Aloha Stadium

    The Hawaii Tourism Authority met with engineers at Aloha Stadium today to discuss replacing the artificial turf there. The meeting comes after concerns athletes could contract bacterial infections from turf burns. More >>
  • October 16, 2002

    Warrior Seniors Feel Tulsa's Pain

    The football Warriors face Tulsa this week, a team that's fallen on tough times. The Golden Hurricane have lost 16 straight games, that's the longest skid in major college football. And while you won't find any Warriors that are looking to take it easy on Tulsa this Saturday, you might find a few who are sympathetic to what Tulsa's going through. More >>
  • October 16, 2002

    Wahine Basketball Picked To Finish Third In WAC

    The Hawaii women's basketball team is being picked to finish third in the Western Athletic Conference this season. In the preseason poll of WAC coaches, Hawaii was picked to finish third behind defending champion Louisiana Tech and Rice. More >>
  • October 15, 2002

    Warriors Look To Continue Winning Ways Against Tulsa

    Last Saturday night the Warriors went ballistic on Nevada in a record setting 59-34 shalacking of the Wolfpack. It's a scenario they hope to repeat this week against Tulsa. More >>
  • October 15, 2002

    Vili Signs Three Year Contract

    Vili Fehoko has signed a three-year deal as the University of Hawaii's official mascot. You've seen Vili at UH football and volleyball games. Now, you can count on the big man to paint his face and beat the war drums at all UH functions. More >>
Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2001 - 2017 KFVE, an HITV Operating Company, Inc station. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.
FCC Public File
Email: publicfile@k5thehometeam.com
Phone: 808-847-9371
Closed Captioning