Thanks to the 25th Infantry Division, the Warriors had a training session at Schofield Barracks on Saturday. Here’s the story, with a video from Brian McInnis and Dennis Oda, edited by Stanley Lee: Here’s some of the ha’a the 25th ID performed to greet the Rainbow Warriors upon their arrival at Schofield: Army 25th Infantry Division soldiers greeted #HawaiiFB with a ha’a at Schofield. pic.twitter.com/zkgNzDgqDq — Hawaii Warrior World (@hawaiiwworld) June 29, 2019 Some extra photos:
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The Hawaii football team added the fifth oral commitment to the 2020 recruiting class with a pledge from Matthew Shipley of Liberty Hill (Texas) High. Here’s the skinny: > Shipley is 6-1, 175 and in a practice once launched a kick 73 yards. Chris Sailer, who runs elite camps for kickers and punters, said Shipley has 55-plus-yard range and competes well under pressure. > Shipley earned high marks from Sailer, as well as a high rating (fifth nationally in 2020 […]
The Hawaii football team (and some Rainbow Wahine volleyball players) hit the beach — Queen’s Surf Beach — for the final workouts of this summer session. The workouts included footwork, sprints, obstacle routes and various sprints out of the Pacific Ocean.
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Former Hawaii guard Brocke Stepteau has put his basketball dreams on pause, just for a little bit, while he pursues a music career in New York City. A few months after the release of his album Ascension Stepteau is spending time in the Big Apple as an independent hip-hop artist. In a text to the Warrior Beat, Stepteau wrote: “Working in a studio. I’m an independent artist … which means I’m not signed to a label, so that money I […]
Early risers might have noticed there’s an added pep to the steps at UH football conditioning drills. Credit goes to the enthusiastic leadership of Dwain Bradshaw, the Rainbow Warriors’ new director of football athletic performance. Bradshaw, who holds degrees from Arizona State and Auburn, has a solid background in football and conditioning. He was a football intern at ASU, his alma mater, in 2014. After that, he was a graduate assistant at Auburn. In 2017, he was a strength/conditioning coach […]
Dominic Drury has been promoted from graduate manager to the Hawaii basketball team’s assistant director of basketball operations. The past season was Drury’s first with the Rainbow Warriors after serving as Saint Mary’s student manager for four years. Drury had served the ‘Bows’ marketing coordinator and coordinator of the managers, as well as assisting with videos, facility scheduling, statistical analysis, scouting and practice preparation. In his new role, Drury will assist Jesse Nakanishi, the director of basketball operations. * * […]
The Warriors closed the camp season with today’s double session on the Manoa campus. Once again, the 2019 Rainbow Warrior Football Elite Camp’s sessions — linemen in the morning, others in the afternoon — were set for the grass fields while installation continues on the Ching Athletic Complex track. But it was a nice turnout, with players from the Neighbor Islands, including four from Molokai, in attendance. USC and Oregon also sent coaches to work alongside the UH coaching staff.