Who's that tall guy on campus?

Remember Ian Scheuring? The Radford grad was an offensive lineman for Arizona State. After a couple of knee surgeries, he’s back in Hawai‘i, and enrolled at UH. He also has another year of eligibility. Will he play again? Not sure. But …

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Anybody else think this is sorta … unique?

Dave Shoji is a UH coach who is attending this weekend’s UH-Stanford matches in California. Two of his sons are Stanford starters. Chris McLachlin is an assistant coach for Stanford’s men’s volleyball team. McLachin, whose son Spencer is a Stanford outside hitter, is in Hawai‘i watching his other son, Parker, play in the Sony Open.

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The UH athletic department is seeking blood donors for its Blood Bank drive. Those interested in participating may call (808) 956-7301.

The drive will be held Friday, Jan. 22 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m in the Stan Sheriff Center.

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Greg Alexander still is using crutches while he recovers from knee surgery the past fall.

His rehabilitation should be completed in May.

He said he is on track to earn his bachelor’s degree at the end of this semester. After that he will consider training for a possible shot at the next level. Alexander was No. 2 nationally in passing when he was injured in the fourth game against Louisiana Tech.

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Memorial services for LongTimeUHFan (Fred Pang) are set for Monday, Feb. 1, at Hawaiian Memorial Park in Kaneohe. Viewing is from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., with the service to follow.

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Happy birthday wishes to Calvin from Kona (who now lives in Honolulu but is still from Kona), Lisa Baxa from HMSA (waaah. I miss HMSA) and Chris Len.

Also belated happy birthday to my nephew Chad Godfrey. Study hard.


  1. Garret January 14, 2010 6:42 am

    Best wishes to Alexander.

  2. Garret January 14, 2010 6:43 am

    Condolences to the Pang Ohana. If I was on Oahu I would have liked to attend his Memorial service.

  3. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 6:44 am

    From the last post:
    I think the two-year sit-out rule is used by many conferences.
    It already has cost the Warriors one player, who was transferring from Boise State for family reasons, and, it appears, felt it that two years was too long not to play football.

  4. Garret January 14, 2010 6:45 am

    It looks like Gil received her release so she can play right away even if she transfers to a Pac-10 team…she will visit U-Dub this week apparently.

  5. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 6:46 am

    It’s difficult enough to keep a player focused during one sit-out year. Two is fairly impossible.
    I’d love to see an exemption for people who come home for legitimate family reasons. But I don’t think the issue has even come up.
    And maybe it’s good. That way, say, a Utah State or New Mexico State can’t tell a recruit: Come to our school and if you don’t like it, you can always transfer back to UH.

  6. bstunna2002 January 14, 2010 6:48 am

    Wow looks like we may have a shot at VJ TT head coach Tuberville cleaned house and it also looks like Boise may lose CP Texas d coordinator declined to interview for the position, I hear CP has a meeting today with Tennesse….stayed for more “As the Coaching Carousel Turns”…

  7. bstunna2002 January 14, 2010 6:49 am

    So where is the player who had too sit 2 years gonna play? Was his appeal denied by the WAC?

  8. bstunna2002 January 14, 2010 6:51 am

    If that person had stayed and waited the 2 years he could have filed for an extra year couldn’t he based on the family health situation?

  9. whitey January 14, 2010 6:53 am

    Good morning Tsaikos

  10. LizKauai [iMac] m/ January 14, 2010 7:12 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

  11. chawan_cut January 14, 2010 7:23 am

    that is clever.
    the wait.

  12. whitey January 14, 2010 7:25 am

    Pops, even tho one day late, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!! tell kekoa to bring you over on the supa ferry. ooops, porgot, the ferry sunk.

  13. whitey January 14, 2010 7:27 am

    speaking of the ferry sunk, now the lucky ones who travel between ogg and hnl have to pay $200+ r/t fares.

  14. chawan_cut January 14, 2010 7:40 am

    if anyone was wondering about the reference by leahey and santi about the “unsportsmanlike conduct” penalty on the trombone section in last night’s wahine bball game, i have an explanation.
    wac refs are always bad. but last night’s crew were very very very inconsistant. one of them in particular, the female of the 3, was the leading example. our girls were getting hammered, getting called for traveling on every pivot and post move they made.
    myself and my friends and the fans near us always yell and complain at them. most good refs tune us out. however, we were getting to this one ref. on one blatant missed call right in front us, we were yelling our discontent with her quality of whistle blowing. however, we could see that she was getting upset because she gave us the stink eye a few times. we held back, but the band didn’t. so she stopped, turned around, and told them something to the effect of “that’s enough already”. the band members are some of the greatest fans that show up to the games. they know what they see. they don’t yell anything obscene or derogatory. gwen would never approve of it.
    the ref then went over to the scorer’s table during the next time out to tell them about the band. from what i heard, she said the band was yelling profanity. we were right there. we didn’t hear any such words. and again, if gwen heard anything, she’d warn the band right then and there. maybe the ref’s definition of profanity is different from ours. maybe the word “Suck!” is to her. or maybe she heard what she wanted to hear just like she saw (or didn’t see) all those fouls and non-fouls.
    i think someone needs a career change. UH fans are probably the tamest fans out there.
    ok, thats it. have a nice day!

  15. Pomai January 14, 2010 7:59 am

    Just looked over the Western Athletic Conference’s All-Decade Team list, wow that would be some team, can just imagine that team playing together, don’t think anyone could stop them, old JJ would have been in pig heaven with a team like that.

  16. Pomai January 14, 2010 8:00 am

    GO band, give’um

  17. RedZone January 14, 2010 8:04 am

    CC I agree that ref was bad. I don’t want to say sucked. If you get pushed from behind how can it be a travel? I was wondering who that ref was. There was just so many bad calls on that end of the court.

    I do like how the wahine is playing defense and more like a team. I did not see that last year. I like how coach Dana is in to the game. She is starting to look like Pat Summit on the sidelines. Happy to see Megan is back. See will really help the team next year. Take care and get well Mai. I love your energy.

  18. addahknowjoe January 14, 2010 8:15 am

    Happy Birthday Calvin from Kona!

    Chawan: What’s the ref’s name? I’d love to talk to her during the next home game. =) It’ll be fun.

  19. RedZone January 14, 2010 8:19 am

    ST If I remember correctly Miano said that there are 4 walkons that are going to make the team. Any idea on who they are?

  20. whitey January 14, 2010 8:26 am

    jd should file a complaint with the WAC office to let them know of the poor officiating by this official cause the nfa ain’t goin to do it even tho it is her job.

  21. Stretch January 14, 2010 8:28 am

    Good Morning Tsaikos!!


    Everyone can check out the boxscore from last night’s women’s bball game. Officials were: Wanda Szeremetta, Todd Apo, Ken Nash.

  22. SteveM January 14, 2010 8:34 am

    Good morning everyone!

    Congrats to Alexander for getting his degree and being a Warrior.

  23. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 8:35 am

    Red Zone:
    I’ll check when I get to UH today.

  24. Stretch January 14, 2010 8:36 am

    CC – her nickname was “Wicked Wanda” while playing bball for Montclair State College. That sounds about right…

  25. whitey January 14, 2010 8:43 am

    Thanks stretch for the stats. Looking at the attendance, WOW, over 1,500+. For anyone who know JD, they should contact him and let him know the problem with Wanda Szeremetta, official, and that she should not be allowed to ref anymore uh wbb games. If she can’t handle herself in a professional manner, it is time to get out of officiating. wbb is on the rise and uh does not need this kind of officiating. getting the fans to act like fans is a huge plus, but the big bonus is in the attendance.

  26. whitey January 14, 2010 8:50 am

    i like tssssssssai, he going get us info about the walk ons. thanks.

  27. whitey January 14, 2010 8:51 am

    stretch, i was just thinking about what kind of bb background wanda has and like magic, you provide the answer. no let your bolohead get bigger.

  28. whitey January 14, 2010 8:53 am

    ok, got to go. don’t have marketing project, but have an excercise class at waiehu. have a great thursday.

  29. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 8:58 am

    morning.. morning…

  30. jm2375 January 14, 2010 9:03 am

    Good morning Tsaikos! Kinda chilly (by Hawaii standards) out there.

    Good luck to G. Alexander.

    Feliz cumpleanos to CfK.

  31. djmitcho January 14, 2010 9:07 am

    Good Morning All! Happy Birthday to CfK!

  32. Slugger January 14, 2010 9:07 am


    Happy birthday to you, too, Lisa Baxa & Chris Len.

    Chad Godfrey, Happy Berfday! and listen to your uncle, “Study hard.”

  33. Slugger January 14, 2010 9:10 am

    JD was at the game last night, although he was sitting on the opposite side of the court. He should have seen what was happening. Hope Gwen talks to JD about what transpired. That official should have learned to ignore fan taunts, noise & cheers years ago.

  34. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 9:13 am


    Looks like Chow, at least, will stay at UCLA.

  35. Slugger January 14, 2010 9:13 am

    Healing energy to Greg Alexander. As uncle Tsai says, “Study hard.” Graduating in May is a good thing.

  36. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 9:15 am

    Greg Alexander,

    Get better! Stay focused and grab your dreams!

    Calvin from Kona …. Happy Birthday!

  37. koakane™ January 14, 2010 9:20 am

    aloja tsaiko country, who left the ac on burrrrrrrrrr hard time getting out from under the warm futon this morning.

    congrats to the wahine bball team and their coaches for a good job against Idaho. keep the winning going ladies.

    kope calling so catch up with yu’all in a while

  38. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 9:26 am

    Junior Seau releases statement:

    “It’s time for me to embrace new challenges.”
    Anyway, here is what Seau said in the statement: For 20-years I was blessed with the opportunity to play in the National Football League. The experiences I’ve had and people I’ve met on this journey will last a lifetime. While the word “retire” is not.


  39. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 9:28 am

    Maybe Jr. Seau wants to pursue a graduate degree? Get a GAssist position? … probably not, eh?

  40. Garret January 14, 2010 9:33 am

    I’d love to see an exemption for people who come home for legitimate family reasons. But I don’t think the issue has even come up.


    This is one case where the NCAA actually *does* have a rule that provides an exemption for people who have a legitimate family reason to transfer to a school closer to home. Maybe the WAC was not pro-active to have its rules reflect the NCAA’s exemption, but it wouldn’t be the first time that Karl Benson and the WAC leadership missed something.

    JJ got his 1,000+ yard RB as a transfer from Miami who was cleared by the NCAA something like the day before last season began. Due to his mother’s poor health, McNeal was able to play immediately for SMU without sitting out ANY seasons.

  41. Kazz noticed Wanda Szeremetta is a HORRIBLE official January 14, 2010 9:35 am

    If she had a problem with the band she sure picked an opportune time to do it. DURING play when the focus on the game was on her giving the ball to be in-bounded.

    Thanks to Stretch for the name identification.

    I wasn’t sitting near Chawan last night, was sitting with Slugger though across the Wahine bench and we could see the little “commotion” Mizz Szeremetta was causing. I had to call Chawan on his cell to find out what the BS was about.

    Props to Chawan and his friends for not snapping at her and telling to shut the hell up and focus on the game on the court because she obviously couldn’t do that either.

    I don’t know band director Gwen Nakamura, but I second Chawan’s assesment that she would NOT TOLERATE foul language from her students. Even the taunts I do hear from the band when I do sit in that area are nothing but “child-like” in manner. They can get LOUD, but never over the top.

  42. protector January 14, 2010 9:36 am

    Good luck to GA in all his endeavors; hope he’s successful!

    re: the 2 year sit-out rule: Thanks for the info, ST. I still think 2 years is too long for any situation, school or conference. I know it’s not a high priority for the NCAA or WAC and as I’ve said in previous rants that the NCAA just will not do anything to address equity, justice or just plain doing the “right thing”. So I won’t hold my breath in the hopes something will be done in THIS millenium. Maybe in 3000 AD? Fat chance.

  43. chawan_cut January 14, 2010 9:38 am

    the only thing is that during wahine games, everyone can hear you. heh.

  44. Stretch January 14, 2010 9:40 am

    January 14th, 2010 at 9:38 am
    the only thing is that during wahine games, everyone can hear you. heh.

    correction… everyone can hear YOU.

  45. Kazz agrees that Wanda Szeremetta is a HORRIBLE official January 14, 2010 9:41 am

    RE: Wahine basketball attendance.

    Last night, it seemed the like same amount of people that have been at the last few home games.

    The advertiser reported 700+ and someone here mentioned more than a thousand, but it wasn’t that high. The 700 figure seems about right. The bulk of the crowd likes to sit behind the Wahine bench and across from it on the non-camera side. I can tell you this though, attendance on a game by game average has MORE than doubled under Dana Takahara-Dias.

    What’s great is that after the home games, the team trots around the arena, after a win or a loss, and waves to the fans in attendance. No one really leaves early and they’ve all stayed to give a standing ovation regardless of the outcome. It’s a nice vibe all around. :mrgreen:

    Will look forward to attending the alumni game and the game against Nevada this Saturday!!!

    GO WAHINE!!! :mrgreen:

  46. protector January 14, 2010 9:42 am

    Garret on # 40,

    Maybe it’s a case of WHO you know again that is the critical factor, then.
    I would hate to think that Conference USA, etc. are more sensible or visionary then the WAC. Okay, I take it back.

  47. Manoa Mist January 14, 2010 9:43 am

    Speaking from personal knee reconstruction experience, that is a long time for Alexander to be on crutches. That infection he had must have really screwed up the joint. Best of luck to him.

  48. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 9:44 am


    It’s not that Conference USA is more sensible or visionary.. it’s that to see anything and make sense of it, you need a head… what the WAC has been lacking for some time.

  49. Kazz agrees that Wanda Szeremetta should be a golf official instead January 14, 2010 9:51 am


    and to think… at the end of the game last night, Szeremetta got paid. 😆

  50. jm2375 January 14, 2010 9:52 am

    mih – #38, 39 – Jr Seau already has a new job. Dat’s why it wuz announced on the Versus website. I thot I saw the promo for it sometime last week on a different station.


  51. Kazz thinks that Wanda Szeremetta should be a golf official instead January 14, 2010 9:55 am

    Even the most subtle and quiet of people in attendance last night got all worked up off of one of her horrible calls last night. It happened in the last half of the second half. It was an instance where Arbuckle was getting hammered in the post, Idaho player steals the ball with her foot on the line and Idaho was awarded possession…

    Szeremetti had a game last night were she could do nothing right! 😆

  52. Ralph January 14, 2010 10:07 am

    chawan be proactive, email JD, and mention that you sat next to the band and heard nothing derogatory or expletives from the band members. Band members and fans weren’t happy with the officiating, everyone yelled, but nothing embarrassing to reflect on the Na Wahine team or UH.

  53. A-House January 14, 2010 10:11 am

    Calvin, Calvin, Calvin from Kona, but lives in Honolulu – Happy Birfday, guy and many more to celebrate!

  54. Kazz January 14, 2010 10:21 am

    ***Latest on Amanda Gil. Washington now rumored to be in “the hunt”.***

    From “The Daily Bruin”:

    Gil’s destination still in question
    By Farzad Mashhood

    Jan. 14, 2010 at 1:30 a.m.

    Former UCLA women’s volleyball player Amanda Gil, who left from the university at the start of this quarter for personal reasons, has not decided on a destination.

    A swirl of rumors have circulated on Gil’s destination, but both Hawai’i and Washington, two schools that have entered discussion, have said Gil has not joined either team.

    UCLA’s junior outside hitter Dicey McGraw said Gil’s transfer, similar to Lauren Cook’s transfer last week, came as a surprise. McGraw added that both players were not happy with what they were getting at UCLA.

    “If they aren’t happy or don’t think they are getting what they need at UCLA, then good for them because they can go find it somewhere else,” the team’s sole senior-to-be said. “I’m not going to hold a grudge at all. If they weren’t happy, I want them to find happiness somewhere else.”

    If Gil is to transfer to a Pac-10 institution, she may have to sit out one season unless she appeals for a one-time transfer exemption. Neither Gil nor the Pac-10 could be reached as of press time.

    “For Amanda, I don’t exactly know where she is going,” McGraw said. “But I know she wasn’t happy here, or satisfied here, so I hope she can find it somewhere else.”

    The 6-foot-6-inch Gil, a San Jose native, led the Pac-10 in blocks per set during the 2009 season with 1.57.

    Gil is just one of two women’s volleyball players to transfer over winter break. Cook, a freshman setter this past season for the Bruins, also left for personal reasons, returning to her home state to play for Nebraska.

    “I know Lauren missed home a lot, wanted to be back in Nebraska with her dad and her family, which is understandable,” McGraw said. “Everyone is homesick.”

    McGraw added that coach Andy Banachowski’s surprise announcement to retire on Monday was unrelated to Gil and Cook’s departures.

    “I know strongly that it had nothing to do with Lauren and Gil leaving,” McGraw said of Banachowski’s retirement, adding it was a “coincidence” that the transfers happened within a week of Banachowski’s retirement.

    “We back them 100 percent,” she said of the transfers.

    McGraw comments on coaching search:

    McGraw said she is unsure of UCLA’s prospect for the new women’s volleyball coach, adding assistant head coach Kim Jagd’s status with the team is undetermined.

    “Andy is the one that resigned,” McGraw said. “Kim didn’t resign so we don’t know exactly what’s happening with that. But hopefully she stays because we love her.”

    With a tumultuous two weeks behind them, McGraw said the team remains close, echoing Banachowski’s comments earlier this week that this year’s team has shown “tremendous closeness.”

    “The team is sticking together even though we’ve had the hardest two weeks of my life, and the team’s life,” McGraw said.

    “It’s been a lot of disappointments.”

  55. madeinhawaii January 14, 2010 10:22 am


    Aha… thanks…
    Too bad.. with all his years in the pros as a player, I’m sure Jr. Seau would have had a lot of insight to offer all the wannabes in the the world.

    Looks like a sports take on .. World’s Dirtiest Jobs

  56. al January 14, 2010 10:31 am

    happy birthday calvin!

  57. al January 14, 2010 10:31 am

    birthday….that just jarred my memory.

    somebody’s birthday is coming up in a week.

  58. Kazz January 14, 2010 10:36 am

    Can UH Wahine Volleyball ditch the WAC and move to the PAC 10?

    Rainbow Wahine Sweep WAC’s All-Decade Volleyball Team

    DENVER – Over the last month, the Western Athletic Conference conducted an online vote for the All-Decade Volleyball team. Nearly 1,000 fans participated and voted on players that had been on at least two all-WAC teams between 2000 and 2009.

    Hawai’i players claimed all six spots on the All-Decade team and Kim Willoughby was the leading vote-getter after being named to 715 ballots, followed closely by Kanoe Kamana’o with 696 votes.

    The complete WAC All-Decade Volleyball team is listed below, along with each student-athlete’s major accomplishments.

    Aneli Cubi-Otineru
    Played for Hawai’i from 2007-09…earned American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) third team All-America honors in 2009 and was an honorable mention selection in ‘08…two-time fi rst team AVCA All-West Region pick and three-time first team all-WAC honoree…named to the NCAA Regional team in 2009.

    Kanani Danielson
    Has played two seasons for the Rainbow Wahine…named to the AVCA All-America first team in 2009 and third team in 2008 as a freshman…named WAC Player of the Year in 2009 and WAC Freshman of the Year in 2008…also named the AVCA West Region Freshman of the Year in 2008…named to the NCAA Regional team in both 2008 and 2009, earning Most Outstanding Player honors as a sophomore.

    Jamie Houston
    Played for UH from 2005-08…earned AVCA third team All-America honors in 2006 and second team honors in 2008…averaged 5.49 kills per set, ranking sixth in the NCAA statistics in 2006…two-time WAC Player of the Year (2007, ‘08)…Three-time first team all-region and first team all-WAC honoree (2006-08)…named to the all-WAC second team in 2005…ranks second in career kills (2,061) and fourth in kills per set (4.74) in the WAC record book…member of three NCAA Regional team (2005, ‘06, ‘08).

    Lily Kahumoku
    Played for Hawai’i from 1999-2000 and 2002-03…three-time AVCA first team All-American (2000, ‘02, ‘03)…2000 WAC Player of the Year…One of three four-time first team all-WAC honorees in conference history…ranks fifth in career kills (1,822) and kills per set (4.43) in the WAC record book…member of three NCAA semifinalist teams (2000, ‘02, ‘03).

    Kanoe Kamana’o
    Played for UH from 2003-06…one of UH’s two four-time All-Americans…earned AVCA Freshman of the Year and third team All-America honors in 2003…named AVCA first team All-America in 2004…garnered AVCA third team All-America honors in 2005…named AVCA first team All-American in 2006…three-time WAC Player of the Year (2004, ‘05, ‘06)…One of three four-time first team all-WAC honorees in conference history…WAC career assist (6,428) and assists per set (13.62) leader…Ranks seventh in the NCAA in career assists and eighth in assists per set…member of 2003 NCAA semifinalist team.

    Kim Willoughby
    Played for the Rainbow Wahine from 2000-03…three-time AVCA first team All-American (2001-03)…named AVCA and Volleyball Magazine National Player of the Year in 2003…first woman to win back-to-back Joe Kearney Awards (2002-03, ‘03-04) as the WAC’s top female athlete…WAC career leader in kills (2,598) and kills per set (5.92)…WAC Player of the Year three times (2001-03)…ranks third in the NCAA record books in career kills per set and sixth in career kills…owns NCAA single-season records for kills (850, 2001) and kills per set (7.20, 2001)…member of three NCAA semifinalist teams (2000, ‘02, ‘03).

  59. Pomai January 14, 2010 10:53 am

    #58 Kazz
    Kinda sounds like the bosie state of volleyball?

  60. iwonderwhytheyhateme January 14, 2010 11:08 am

    Boy am I glad Will Muschamp declined the job at Tenn. Great way to start the day with that kind of news 🙂

    Now so I hear Cutcliffe is their 2nd choice. What a huge difference in coaching philosophy and even personality from Kiffin to Cutcliffe. It might do Tenn some good to have some stability from him. However deep down inside I am thinking they not only want but need a high energy, bring that swagger kind of coach.

    If you bring in Cutcliffe you might as well just bring back Fulmer IMO.


    Now on to Peterson. I haven’t read anywhere that he is a contender for the job although rumors are always that he is a candidate for any open position.

    But this is where I can honestly say I DONT see Peterson leaving Boise. Is Tenn a big time school with a storied history and big bucks? Yes off course, its SEC country baby.

    But he would be leaving a stacked team and staff who are not only familiar but know the system like the back of their hands. In all honesty he gets another WAC title next year without breaking a sweat, biggest challenge at VT, and if he goes undefeated we are talking Title game against probably an Alabama or maybe Ohio St. team.

    At Tenn he would be taking over a recently weak program in the strongest most difficult conference in the nation. You either a) lose all the recruits or b) get all the recruits you never recruited before or saw before….kinda tough either way. Then you have to implement your system.

    The SEC is the toughest club to have to hit the ground running and there is very little room for error and very little patience among fans and athletics administrators to “wait” for your success.

    And if that isn’t enough, some fan pointed out that Peterson is a Scientologist and would not be welcomed in the South…..I don’t know if this was a joke or nor if this is even really an issue but whatever.

    However, I have said Peterson was going to a lot of different places that “fit” his profile a little better and each time I have been wrong….

    So now that I don’t think hes going their, BSU fans beware, you might actually have to find yourself a new coach in a week or so. :-)….and trust me the people in Hawaii I think could not be any happier if you did. hahaha.

  61. Bulla January 14, 2010 11:10 am

    calvin from kona…………happy birthday 🙂

  62. Bulla January 14, 2010 11:11 am


    Got your email, you are too kind and gracious, but have your friend contact me to discuss further. the industry in PV has improved by leaps and bounds from the prehistoric days with ARCO in the late 1980’s…..i should’ve held on, but 23 years is a long time…….

  63. BG January 14, 2010 11:22 am


    I don’t give out comments that are not deserved. Love you guys!


  64. BG January 14, 2010 11:28 am

    Braddah Calvin…HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

  65. A-House January 14, 2010 11:30 am

    Wow, guys, looks like we missed a good game last night!

    By time we looked, it was already half time, had to botcha, and got to see the last 4 minutes of the game.

    I thought I was imagining, but the Wahines seemed to be getting the “short end” of whistles and getting clobbered by Idaho; especially Arbuckle.

    Any official who calls games cannot let emotions replace objectivity – did the player commit a foul, penalty, etc? It seems that many times an official will NOT see what fans are seeing – is this by design or did the official blink at the right time or was it that was not his/her area of interest or the official is concerned about getting back to the hotel, catch a flight, etc? Ever notice toward end of football games that officials choose not to call an obvious penalty even tho it’s seen by thousands of fans. This type of official has NO place on the court or field and any conference who accepts such “work” deserves to be looked down upon.

    Also, a conference boss who does not call any official to the office will only make that official more confident that anything he/she does will not result in censure, loss of pay, loss of job. And, the WAC surely fits into this category.

    IMHO, the WAC will always be a “run-of-the-mill” mid-major conference because the “leader” fails to do his job – lacks vision, afraid that coming down on a school will bring unpleasant feelings, etc. Why are the WAC representatives content to keeping Benson? The MWC surely did not want him as their new commissioner!

  66. Pride. January 14, 2010 11:39 am

    Happy Birthday to Calvin from Kona on Oahu.

  67. Pride. January 14, 2010 11:41 am

    Belated Happy Birthday to Pops Furtado in Kaupe’a.

  68. Kazz (blkberry_storm) January 14, 2010 11:51 am

    Chris Petersen a Scientologist???

    Dang! He would have fit in perfectly in Los Angeles! 😆

  69. al January 14, 2010 11:52 am

    ian scheuring was a heavily scouted hs baseball prospect when at radford. as a pitcher he threw in the 90-93 mph range consistently. of course his control problems was his achilles’ heel but he had much potential since like size you also are born with a 90 mph arm.

  70. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 11:54 am

    I’ve always felt that they overcount Aloha Stadium attendance and undercount Stan Sheriff Center crowds.
    Or maybe the SSC is really 8,500 seats.

  71. al January 14, 2010 11:56 am

    i thought it was 10,000 with the arena floor?
    nah, just joking.

  72. BG January 14, 2010 11:59 am


    Found this link on VolleyTalk for Pac 10 intra conference transferees. Sure straightened out some of my misconceptions.

    “If you are not exempt, once you have either been admitted to, enrolled in, or practiced at your second Pac-10 school the faculty representative can apply on your behalf for a reduction of the rule’s penalty, including elimination of the ban on athletically related financial aid. A reduction must be approved by at least eight of the Pac-10’s faculty representatives.”

    The minimum penalty for someone on athletic scholarship is one year. However, in the above paragraph, the school can apply for a penalty reduction AFTER the athlete is admitted/enrolled. Nothing is said about how long the appeal process will take. I can see a problem if the athlete is NOT granted the appeal because now they are stuck with not playing a year and no scholarship. At that point, if the athlete tries to transfer to a school out of the Pac 10 in order to play right away, he/she may not have the one time transfer exemption to play right away since there’s already been one transfer.

    Bottom line…Gil needs to make the right choice and going to another Pac 10 school (i.e. UW or Stanford) is very risky. The common misconception seems to be that a release from UCLA is good for transferring to any other school. Using only the one time transfer exemption from the NCAA that would be true. But the Pac 10 rules are more stringent and supercede the NCAA.

    Whew! Gotta go rest now!

  73. al January 14, 2010 12:02 pm

    from all accounts amanda gil’s college of choice is between hawaii and washington.

    not sure what the deal is with her going to udub and her eligibility. sounds like ucla gave her an unconditional release which may allow her to play right away. in either case she also has a redshirt available.

  74. LizKauai m/ January 14, 2010 12:05 pm

    Hiya- did you see this???


    Rainbow Wahine Sweep WAC’s All-Decade Volleyball Team

    Aneli Cubi-Otineru
    Kanani Danielson
    Jamie Houston
    Lily Kahumoku
    Kanoe Kamana’o
    Kim Willoughby


  75. al January 14, 2010 12:06 pm

    hawaii would be a viable choice for ms. gil. competition for one of the mb positions is wide open.

  76. al January 14, 2010 12:07 pm

    at 6’6″ amanda gil who would tower over brittany hewitt would then become “the big kid on the block”.

    get it?
    got it?

    somebody explain to gigi please.

  77. al January 14, 2010 12:08 pm

    lizk….ummm yah.
    i think we all read post #58

  78. A-House January 14, 2010 12:13 pm

    I do not know why Amanda was unhappy at UCLA, but if she needs to be loved by teammates and fans, hands down she should play for Hawaii.

    Also, I do not know of any school that has “aunties” like UH. Plus, no school can match our senior nights for VB!

    Did she seem unhappy when UCLA played at Hawaii last year? All I could see was a very tall “tree” standing in the middle.

    Anybody remember the 7+ foot basketball player that chose UCLA over Hawaii – must have been 15-17 years ago and he sat on the bench his enitre career – recall Riley Wallace bringing him to a baseball game and many fans at Murakami Stadium were whispering “who’s dat?”

  79. A-House January 14, 2010 12:19 pm


    I was hoping Ian S would chose UH over Arizona ST back then, but he wanted to go away.

    Are his knees healed and good to go? What shape is he in? Will he consider a “walk-on” position? Will he attend the “try-out” session for Miano? Is he a guard or tackle?

  80. LizKauai m/ January 14, 2010 12:24 pm

    haha- al- all except me, obviously. I need to refresh the page before posting!

  81. A-House January 14, 2010 12:24 pm


    your #58 – UH, I believe, was “forced” to give up the Big West conference and transfer to the WAC – as other schools stated, if you’re in the WAC, should not the VB team also be in the WAC?

    don’t know why they would do that since none could beat UH!

  82. vballfan1 January 14, 2010 12:31 pm

    If Gil chooses Hawaii. The wahine could be replacing 6′ Kaufman and 5′ 11 Otineru with 6′ 6 and 6′ 4 players.
    I think Hawaii would match up better with Penn State next season 🙂

  83. Kazz January 14, 2010 12:36 pm

    I’m liking how the softball and the baseball schedules turned out in terms of timing. Had to pick and choose last season, but minimal “overlapping” this year, especially during conference play. The Wahine wrap up the WAC season at home against Fresno State at the same time the basebows are battling Nevada. Senior night for the Wahine is during a double header against the Wolfpack on a Saturday.

    I’m on the fence about the Pepsi Malihini Kipa Aloha Softball Tournament between March 12-14 because this tourney overlaps our baseball series at home against USC. USC is down here between March 12-15.

    Also, I skimmed through the Warrior volleyball schedule and looks like no volleyball games overlap the softball and baseball ones either.

  84. al January 14, 2010 12:37 pm

    vballfan1….exciting possiblities aren’t they?

  85. al January 14, 2010 12:38 pm

    i actually thought that ferrell really stepped it up the last few weeks.

  86. vballfan1 January 14, 2010 12:45 pm

    Yes it is AL!!
    I am betting that Freshmen 6′ 4 Michelle Waber ( Dave Shoji seems to really like her) will be starting on the rightside moving Ferell to the left.

  87. iwonderwhytheyhateme January 14, 2010 12:46 pm

    Norm Chow NOT going to USC…….well there goes their “Triple Crown” of coaching staffs.

    Any ideas on who might be their 2nd choice?…..did somebody say Brian Harsin? hahaha.

  88. Kazz January 14, 2010 12:52 pm


    Is it just me, or has the amount of games played during the softball season been DRASTICALLY reduced from about 4 seasons ago? Are they cutting back on the pre-conference tournaments?

  89. Kazz January 14, 2010 12:53 pm

    Was Michelle Waber always listed at 6’4″? Thought she was originally listed an inch shorter than that.

  90. BG January 14, 2010 12:53 pm


    Gil’s release from UCLA doesn’t mean she’s released from Pac 10 transfer regulations. If she utilizes the NCAA one time transfer exemption, she can be immediately eligible at schools OUTSIDE the Pac 10. Pac 10 intra conference rules require an athlete to sit out a year. Yes, the school she transfers to can appeal the penalty after she transfers, but there is no guarantee that it will be approved. If disapproved, she must sit a year with no scholarship aid. She can’t transfer out of the Pac 10 to play right away since she won’t be eligible for the one time transfer exemption. The link at #72 is pretty clear.

  91. Kazz January 14, 2010 12:58 pm

    Still thinking on the basis that 808ike told me that if Gil transfers to another PAC 10 school, she’ll lose one year of eligibility. It’s supposedly some PAC 10 rule. Not to mention that along with that, supposedly 8 of the 10 schools in the conferences “needs” to approve of the transfer.

    Not sure how Gil will feel about gambling on one season of collegiate volleyball to try to land herself onto a national championship contending team.

    By all means, she should know that if she comes to UH, we’ll find ourselves back in the Final Four again with a good chance to advance to the championship match and if we cannot get it done next season, then in 2011, we can get a shot again with a senior-laden line-up, including Gil herself.

    Something that was brought to my attention was that Dave Shoji won his national titles with a senior laden lineup, with the exception of one season.

  92. vballfan1 January 14, 2010 12:59 pm

    Kazz I saw Waber here during her visit and she seemed a bit taller than Hewitt and about the same height as Forsythe. I think Waber will be a fan favorite.

  93. Kazz January 14, 2010 12:59 pm

    Interesting note:

    Google “Amanda Gil Transfers” and you’ll find a lot of links to this blog with keywords “University of Hawaii and Warrior Beat”. :mrgreen:

  94. Kazz January 14, 2010 1:01 pm


    So she sits out on season and doesn’t have a year of eligibility yanked from her if she transfers within the PAC 10?

  95. Kazz January 14, 2010 1:03 pm


    RE: Waber.

    Thanks. Waber’s kinda on the slim side though yeah? Think she’s got it to compete at D1 vball right away?

  96. Kazz January 14, 2010 1:09 pm

    I’m itching to see where our serving game will be this upcoming season. I would like to see more aggressiveness at the service line. Got spoiled over the past two seasons with Aneli’s “mana” and Kaufman and Brandt’s “knuckleballs”. :mrgreen:

  97. al January 14, 2010 1:11 pm

    the fact that amanda gil is tripping in a couple of weeks is a very good sign. i suppose it will be too late for her to enroll here for the spring.

  98. vballfan1 January 14, 2010 1:25 pm

    Kazz from this
    Waber is the only one of the recruits that Shoji states may contribute right away. Plus her training with the US junior national team might get her ready to play right away.

    Crossing my fingers that Amanda Gil will choose Hawaii!

  99. BG January 14, 2010 1:30 pm


    Eligibility is covered by NCAA. My understanding is that her clock (5 yrs to play 4) started when she checked into UCLA on scholarship. Even if she doesn’t play, she loses a year (just like using a redshirt year).

  100. BG January 14, 2010 1:32 pm


    I’m hoping there aren’t difficulties with transferring from quarter to semester system for Gil’s credits should she pick Hawaii.

  101. BG January 14, 2010 1:34 pm

    I called the number ST provided for the blood bank drive. Yep, they were willing to sign me up, but told me I had to pay for parking. Not a great incentive. Think I’ll go to Dillingham instead.

  102. A-House January 14, 2010 1:41 pm

    Why do schools chose to use a quarter or semester system? Advantages/disadvantages of each?

    BTW, UH is no longer a “land grant” school and reason ROTC is purely voluntary today.

  103. A-House January 14, 2010 1:42 pm

    Blood bank does not want my blood any more cause I too old and my iron count is usually low!

  104. BG January 14, 2010 1:54 pm


    Wat?!! Das why bettah to eat da iron after pumping it!!!

  105. Calvin from Kona January 14, 2010 2:31 pm

    Thank you for the birthday wishes you guys (and gals). I really appreciate it. Oh to one of you who caught me via email… yes Calvin is MAKING COPIES…right now

  106. Pomai January 14, 2010 2:32 pm

    #103 A-House dats better then me, he told me “Eh brah you need all da blood you can get” Ai’yah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  107. Kekoa January 14, 2010 2:38 pm

    Happy Birthday to Calvin *one-hand-catch* from Kona.

    T-gate fans are always ‘dazzled’ by his ability to catch a pass from Homey without spilling a drop of beer!

  108. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 2:43 pm

    You’re right. There are fewer softball games.
    It’s sort of a weird formula, too.
    I think before, you enter a tournament, but you actually can get extra games by playing well. I think now there’s a definite cap to how many games you can play in a tournament, and that impacts how many non-conference games you get.
    Coolen tried to explain it to me once, but it went right over my head.
    Just like how there’s less money for scholarships.

  109. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 2:44 pm

    I think Donovan is going to be next week’s guest. We can ask him to explain all of these scholarship rules.

  110. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:04 pm

    Don’t understand why Terry Bowden’s name doesn’t come up for job openings. He has more experience than other candidates that have been getting jobs.

  111. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:08 pm

    I don’t know why Greg Alexander reminds me of Dan Fouts, he looks nothing like the ex-Charger. It must be the beard, or bearded look. Hopefully, GA will get healthy enough to get a good look. Still thnk he is raw, and am hoping that someone will be patient and let him come around.

  112. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:08 pm

    I don’t know why Greg Alexander reminds me of Dan Fouts, he looks nothing like the ex-Charger. It must be the beard, or bearded look. Hopefully, GA will get healthy enough to get a good look. Still thnk he is raw, and am hoping that someone will be patient and let him come around.

  113. BG January 14, 2010 3:09 pm

    Hey Pride! Great to see you here!

    Well, I’ve tried my best to not do this today…but I gotta get to the textbooks. Vaya con dios (from my Cisco Kid days)

    Slugger…have a safe trip!

  114. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:12 pm

    Was great to see nine Warriors on the WAC All-Decade football team. Still would have liked to see Vince Manuwai on that team. Felt that he was every bit as good as Mike Iupati, although I think that Iupati’s better days are ahead of him.

  115. chawan_cut January 14, 2010 3:13 pm

    kazz, stretch,
    i think we’ll be stuck with that same team of refs for the next few games. usually the wac saves money by flying in the refs for more than one home game. although i know for sure that one guy is local, Apo, not sure about the other one. unless there’s a bunch of other wac games going on tonight or tomorrow that she’s needed at.
    nothing wrong about hearing me at games. you should go too. then no one would hear me.

  116. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:22 pm

    BG, you’re lucky that you get to hit those textbooks. What an honor and a privilege it is to be able to get an education.

  117. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:25 pm

    I think Apo has a very bright political future. Maybe a budding Governor or U.S. Senator. Not sure how he is as an official, but he does play a decent game of basketball.

  118. jm2375 January 14, 2010 3:33 pm


  119. Pride. January 14, 2010 3:34 pm

    Prayers go out to all of our brothers and sisters in Haiti. Wishing much blessings as you try to put together your lives in the next few weeks and months.

  120. d1島 January 14, 2010 4:03 pm

    Happy Birthday CfK! (and also all the others celebrating today)

  121. chawan_cut January 14, 2010 4:10 pm

    RGM to be on 1420 after the commercial

  122. Stephen Tsai January 14, 2010 5:00 pm

    I think Terry Bowden applied for the UH job that went to vonAppen.

  123. Kazz (blkberry_storm) January 14, 2010 5:56 pm

    Would be nice to get JD on the Warrior Beat show.

  124. Momona January 14, 2010 6:16 pm

    #69 Al – I think you’re referring to Mike Goodman who played baseball at Radford and went to UNLV. Ian wasn’t a baseball player.

  125. iwonderwhytheyhateme January 14, 2010 6:45 pm


    Yep. Fellow blogger *Protector* has said (and I wholeheartedly agree) that it was a bad idea not to take Terry Bowden.

    Even if he was going to use UH as a “step-up” to bigger and brighter, he would have “at least” needed to take this program to some respectable level and “prove” his worth to potential schools.

    Btw what was the VonAppen draw?…was he like friends or high school buddies with Yoshida or something? Ties to Bill Walsh?

  126. Pride. January 14, 2010 7:03 pm

    Okay, now I know why Terry Bowden’s doesn’t come up. Terry Bowden = Scandal.

  127. al January 14, 2010 7:51 pm

    momona….oh could be. my memory cells are fading.
    so is goodman around 21yrs old about 6’5″ or more?

  128. Momona January 14, 2010 8:25 pm

    al – yes, he’s a 6’6″ lefty.

  129. al January 14, 2010 9:41 pm

    interestingly darius bright has just been upgraded to a 3 star recruit by rivals.com.

  130. LizKauai [iMac] m/ January 14, 2010 10:18 pm

    Hope you had a HAPPY BIRTHDAY CfK!!!

    Nitey Nite and Prayers for the people of Haiti.

    “When a crisis sweeps over the world no person should hope to remain intact. We belong to an organic unit and when one part of the organism suffers all the rest of the body will feel its consequence. “

  131. Kekoa January 14, 2010 11:43 pm

    Whitey is absent from roll call.

    Al ~ Did someone put a parking boot on his Lear Jet?

  132. protector January 15, 2010 2:53 am

    iwonderwhytheyhateme on # 125,

    You might be right that Von Appen may have had ties with Yoshida. Didn’t all the finalists have some kind of tie? ST & others must know about that. I know that Von Appen was respected for his NFL coaching resume. And his QB coach (can’t remember his name-darn my memory)
    ended up underachieving at UH. Wally English? He was responsible for helping develop the likes of Troy Aikman & Favre?

    Just think if we had that Florida (Bowden) pipeline of talent streaming to Hawaii at present. We’d have the depth that we covet.

  133. Garret January 15, 2010 4:30 am

    I noticed some familiar names in this list of the ALL-CIF Southwest division players of the year.


    Co-Offensive Players of the Year – Anthony Wilkerson (12), RB-Tustin; Joshua Quezada (12), RB, La Habra
    Defensive Player of the Year –Dominick Sierra (12), DB-La Habra
    Coach of the Year – Frank Mazzotta, La Habra

  134. mctruck January 15, 2010 5:41 am


    re: Ian Scheuring/2knee surgeries/1 year eligibility left……….I don’t think so.

  135. Bulla January 15, 2010 6:00 am

    good morning Tsaikos,

    have a great furlough friday….prayers to the people of Haiti and all of the relief workers down there. unfortunately, there are already ‘Haiti Aid Scams’ taking place…..

  136. d1島 January 15, 2010 6:06 am

    Great Morning All!

    Congrats to the WAC All-Decade Wahine VolleyBows!

    Have a terrific day erryboddy…


  137. jm2375 January 15, 2010 6:13 am

    Good morning Tsai-kos!

    Good luck to the Warriors! Eat dem birds!

    ST – good one – “Make passes, not puddles”. 😀

  138. LizKauai [iMac] m/ January 15, 2010 6:38 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!

    Godspeed Slugger!

  139. 808Chef January 15, 2010 7:39 am

    Get this…I should have gone to more Stanford Men’s Volleyball games more often. I didn’t know they were FREE!!! So with that said, I’m hoping to get some good pics to ST when I go. Don’t know yet which one we’re going to, Friday or Saturday. Oh hell…BOTH!

  140. Pride. January 15, 2010 8:19 am

    La Tech on the clock now?

  141. Slugger January 15, 2010 8:20 am

    Happy Aloha Friday!!!

  142. Kekoa January 15, 2010 8:29 am

    Good Morning Tsaiko Followers!

    In the Bash BCS Mailbag we find this item:

    Associated Press

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Orrin Hatch is urging President Barack Obama to invite Boise State to the White House along with Bowl Championship Series winner Alabama, arguing both undefeated teams deserve the honor traditionally afforded to college football’s national champion.

    The Utah Republican, a fierce critic of the BCS, made the request in a letter to Obama yesterday.

    Hatch wrote that because there is no playoff, fans are left to speculate whether more than one team deserves to be called the best in college football. Hatch was already irate that his home state team, Utah, didn’t get to play for the national championship last year despite going undefeated.

    Last fall, he urged Obama to ask the Justice Department to investigate whether the BCS violated antitrust laws, but he has yet to receive a response.

    In yesterday’s letter, Hatch argued that inviting both teams will “send a clear message” that champions should be chosen on the field.

  143. chawan_cut January 15, 2010 8:34 am

    dooley to Tenn?
    he was 4-8 this year.
    i guess people go by name, in his case, his dad’s.
    just look at eli manning. nothing special out of ole miss, yet given waay too much of a chance compared to typical qb’s. all because of his last name and dad and brother’s credentials.

  144. Kekoa January 15, 2010 8:35 am

    Slugger ~ Eh!?…Who goin’ babysit yours Slugbugs while you holo-holo to America?

  145. curveball January 15, 2010 8:48 am

    La Tech’s coach going to Tennessee according to post on Twitter

  146. curveball January 15, 2010 8:49 am

    dsportsdaily RT @GoVolsXtra Breaking news: Reports: Tennessee hiring Derek Dooley http://ow.ly/WTl6 #vols

  147. Pride. January 15, 2010 8:57 am


    January 15th, 2010 at 8:34 am
    dooley to Tenn?
    he was 4-8 this year.
    i guess people go by name, in his case, his dad’s.
    just look at eli manning. nothing special out of ole miss, yet given waay too much of a chance compared to typical qb’s. all because of his last name and dad and brother’s credentials.

    Chawan, it’s not what you know, but who you know.

    And then having a law degree is a big help too. College presidents like coaches have JD next to their names. Dooley, Neuheisel, Terry Bowden, Mike Leach., all graduated from law school.

  148. BG January 15, 2010 9:02 am

    Bulla #135

    It’s just gut wrenching to see the misery in Haiti. And it’s so wide spread that it’s impossible for adequate aid coordination by various international entities. Result is looting and anarchy. People at the bottom of the social pole and in the countryside are the last to get food and water. So sad. Another reason to give thanks for our blessings today. We have so many.

  149. madeinhawaii January 15, 2010 9:03 am

    Dooley might flourish at Tennessee though. Bigger name school.. better recruiting budget. He can play smash mouth there with no hesitation. BUT, this late in the season, it sure puts a damper on LaTech’s program. I don’t know if they can survive another slump. I believe they have been borderline with their attendance over the years.

  150. BG January 15, 2010 9:03 am

    Feeling sorry for La Tech. They finally get their football program pointed in the right direction and their rudder is gone. Not only football coach but also athletic director.

  151. madeinhawaii January 15, 2010 9:35 am

    We play LaTech at home this coming season so we’ll probably have a double advantage over them …

  152. Pride. January 15, 2010 10:02 am


    January 15th, 2010 at 8:57 am

    January 15th, 2010 at 8:34 am
    dooley to Tenn?
    he was 4-8 this year.
    i guess people go by name, in his case, his dad’s.
    just look at eli manning. nothing special out of ole miss, yet given waay too much of a chance compared to typical qb’s. all because of his last name and dad and brother’s credentials.

    Chawan, it’s not what you know, but who you know.

    And then having a law degree is a big help too. College presidents like coaches have JD next to their names. Dooley, Neuheisel, Terry Bowden, Mike Leach., all graduated from law school.

    Just joking of course.

  153. djmitcho January 15, 2010 10:03 am

    Happy Aloha Friday Tsaikos! Hope everyone has a great weekend.

  154. Bulla January 15, 2010 10:12 am

    #148 BG

    From what I see, military helicopters would do wonders in getting aid to these people….especially in the remote areas. God Speed to all of the workers helping the hurt, the hungry, the homeless, and the hopeless in Haiti.

  155. A-House January 15, 2010 10:26 am

    Pride #147 – does the JD make the person a “good person”? The likes of Dooley at La Tech for his run-in with Davone Bess and his remarks and for giving “insider” information to Georgia before the Sugar Bowl and being on their sideline smacks of a “traitor”.

    AND, the WAC commissioner did NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Didn’t Leach and Neuheisel also get into trobule on the college level? Did they practice before becoming involved in football or just got their law degree?

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