The athletic apples don’t fall far from the tree for Alicia Owens, who played softball for UH-Hilo from 1992 to 1994 as a shortstop and starting pitcher.
BIIF volleyball: Enriques supports delay – and he’s confident Kamehameha can be better than last year
The Kamehameha girls volleyball team had enough challenges already but unpredictability can be added to the list.
Steve Kinder is the newly hired UH-Hilo men’s basketball assistant and is adjusting to the state’s 14-day quarantine with friends in Pepeekeo.
Doug Bugado turns 52 years old today, and the 1986 St. Joseph graduate can look back on a life well-lived during his time with the Cardinals and over two decades in the Air Force.
Similar interests drove identical twin sisters Cloud and Venus Rodin all their lives.
Digging the dirty work: Hospitable St. Joseph alum climbed the corporate ladder but never forgot his roots
If you Google the name “Keith Vieira,” the first thing you’ll learn about is his generosity. Last year, he donated $1 million to UH-Manoa’s Shindler College of Business to provide kamaaina kids scholarships to eventually work in the hotel industry.
The Hawaii Rush and Kona Rage soccer players had a blast running up and down the soccer field, feeling like it was old times again.
UH-Hilo’s fall athletics will be pushed back to the spring after the Pacific West Conference’s executive board voted unanimously to postpone competitions until after the new year due to COVID-19 concerns.
Toby Misech would love to get in a mixed martial arts cage again but patience is required.
The PacWest, one of three conferences in the West Region, is now the last one standing.
Melanie Hipwell left her hometown, of La Mesa, Calif., to play for the UH-Hilo softball team more than two decades ago, not knowing anyone or much about the Aloha spirit.
There were no handshakes between Waiakea teammates Dysen Park and Kobey Babas, only intense match play battles.
The love of volleyball always followed Josimara Pinheiro wherever she went.
Mindy Kawaha joins her sister Mandi Kawaha on the UH-Hilo women’s basketball team, which is undergoing a drastic makeover.
Allie Navarette, the record-setting UH-Hilo women’s basketball player, claimed her experience of “treatment from teammates that only got worse” led to her decision to transfer to Metropolitan State University in Denver.
Before he became a vice president for Disneyland Resorts and Aulani at Ko Olina on Oahu and a Kamehameha Schools trustee, Elliot Mills was an all-around student-athlete at St. Joseph, where he sharpened his greatest gift.
Kalen White built a lot of good memories during his time on the Hilo High football team, winning four BIIF titles and two HHSAA championships.
Like a lot of Hilo kids, Josh Breitbarth played baseball growing up and dreamed about playing in college, where he learned the tools to deal with mental health.