Former Division I athletes can have the same pride they carried during their playing days. A 5-0 loss to the 2016 Rainbow Wahine on Sunday had the potential to smart quite a bit.
After posting the program’s best record through nine games in Hawaii soccer history, the 2016 Rainbow Wahine get some well-earned rest.
The Hawaii soccer team gets a test beyond its immediate opponent today on the Waipio Stadium pitch.
A lot of weight rested on the shoulders of UH co-captain Storm Kenui.
The Hawaii soccer team starts the 2016 season at home against Oregon on Friday and Nevada on Sunday.
The Rainbow Wahine take on Division II Tusculum of Tennessee tonight (7 p.m. at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium) in a tune-up to next Friday’s regular-season opener against Oregon.
Natasha Kai’s appearance on the UH practice pitch was uplifting — and daunting — for many of the Rainbow Wahine players.
The UH soccer team embraced all that is new as it opened up fall practices.