Invitations are in the mail

The Warriors are inviting football alumni to attend the April 28 spring game and ensuing reception at the UH baseball game.

The Warriors have sent out personal invitations, although all football alumni are invited.

The spring festivities, including the spring game, will be from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Ching Athletic Complex. The reception will be in a grass area inside the Les Murakami Stadium gates. Na Koa will provide free tickets for the baseball game. Interested former UH football players should contact Na Koa at (808) 956-4513 for a head count.


  1. Warrior Dave April 18, 2018 6:18 pm

    I like it that Rolo wants to get the alumni involved.

  2. haka April 18, 2018 8:34 pm

    Da braddahood!
    Once a Warrior,
    Always a Warrior!
    Go Warriors!

  3. roygbivs April 19, 2018 2:16 am

    Much needed…

    Back to the future…

    Go Big Green!!

    Ps. Base’Bows winning again… .

  4. cappie the dog April 19, 2018 6:28 am

    My jaw dropped on the floor when Dylan Thomas entered the game.

    If Hawaii tied the game, was he going to come out for the tenth?

    The loss to Bakersfield wreaked havoc on Hawaii’s RPI(113) but a win would have resulted in little upward movement, since the Roadrunners came in with a RPI of 218.

    Regular season Big West champs.

    Keep the eye on the prize.

    When Matt Richardson came out, I was expecting Kash Koltermann.

    The “scrubs” did yeoman’s work (Richardson and Brody Hagel-Pitt)

    Ironically, it’s the starting lineup who came up short.

  5. cappie the dog April 19, 2018 6:29 am

    Brocke and the Stepteau family are awesome.

  6. cappie the dog April 19, 2018 6:32 am

    Four-plus innings: No walks.

  7. KOH I NOR April 19, 2018 6:43 am

    Fail. So…

  8. KOH I NOR April 19, 2018 6:56 am

    Advertising. The baseball is going downhill. I don’t think they’re that good this year. I see the MLB as a more popular place to be. They are more exciting to watch. I don’t see Hawai’i baseball as fun to watch. Too bad for a stadium and no fans to show up.

    On tv hopefully, no where else to go to. Or if anything, free for all households to watch that night. The bars are showing no games live. That is like in WAIKIKI. Not in my bar unless, they show up in greens then maybe, for free. On UH sports.

  9. KOH I NOR April 19, 2018 6:59 am

    Ok. I mean his bar.

  10. Akamai Okole April 19, 2018 7:14 am

    Great Morning All!

    I hope someone invited the guy widda beer to the game. Just saying…


  11. KOH I NOR April 19, 2018 7:25 am

    Is it me or you Too? Trini Kaopuiki and Jon Veneri is acting on khon2 news. Just for the show. Otherwise, let me vomit. You?

  12. burro sabio April 19, 2018 7:38 am

    Cappie, disagree. The prize is the NCAA Tournament. Winning the conference is one way, the other way is the at-large bid. To get the at-large, need as many wins as possible and yesterday’s loss hurt.

  13. Inyoface. April 19, 2018 8:28 am

    We need an American Pro Football league in the spring. Too much talent going to waste when college players can’t make it into the NFL or still need developing for the NFL. Football has overtaken all sports as the number one sport in America. CFL isn’t as exciting because it’s doesn’t use American rules and dimensions.

  14. A-House April 19, 2018 10:38 am

    Rolo has the football program headed in the right direction — now, he has to win many games to “woo” back the crowd.

    UHAD must, not should, must prepare a plan on how to get fans back in the seats — not only for football, but men’s volleyball and basketball — hopefully, someone realizes that ZERO people in seats equates to ZERO income — $10/seat for 10,000 seats =s 100,000 — make all the yellow seats at Aloha Stadium $10/game or $8/game — heck, $80,000 x 7 home games =s $560,000 additional income.

    same should apply for the SSC — season ticket holders keep their seats, but pay the lower rate!

    and, the most important X-factor, IMHO, is recruiting the young generation — if they come, so must the parents or vice versa

  15. Stephen Tsai April 19, 2018 11:48 am

    New post:

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