All posts by Tyler Zust

Hawai’i Mens Basketball Team Releases 2017-2018 Schedule

After red-shirting last season, senior Mike Thomas is back and ready to lead Hawai’i towards a Big West Conference title in 2017-18. (Source: KITV Channel 4)

Honolulu, HI — The 2017-18 college basketball season gets underway on November 10th, and the anticipation continues to build with each passing day.

Classes are underway across the country, and more teams are releasing their non-conference schedules with each passing day.

One of the teams that released their non-conference schedule last week was the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors. Here’s a look inside what fans can expect from the Warriors’ non-conference slate for the upcoming season. Continue reading Hawai’i Mens Basketball Team Releases 2017-2018 Schedule

Hawai’i Warriors Men’s Basketball Notebook – July 20th

Former Montana assistant coach Marlon Stewart (left) has been added to Eran Ganot’s staff at Hawai’i. (Source: Montana Athletics)

Honolulu, HI. — It has been a whirlwind for the ‘ohana over in Honolulu these past couple of weeks, as the preparation for the upcoming 2017-18 season is in full swing.

From former players taking part in the NBA Summer League, to the program landing a ‘big’ commitment, a lot has happened surrounding the Hawai’i Warriors. Continue reading Hawai’i Warriors Men’s Basketball Notebook – July 20th

Hawai’i Warriors 2017-18 Season Preview

With Noah Allen having graduated, look for Jack Purchase to play a big role for Hawaii in 2017-18. (Source: KHON2)

Honolulu, HI — The Warriors of Hawai’i went 14-16 overall, and 8-8 in Big West conference play last season.  They finished off the season on a three game losing and streak and lost to the Long Beach State 49ers, 73-62, in the quarterfinals of the Big West conference tournament.

Head Coach Eran Ganot and his staff will have a tough task in front of them this upcoming season, as they will have to replace the team’s leading scorer in Noah Allen and replace one of their own in assistant Chris Acker. Continue reading Hawai’i Warriors 2017-18 Season Preview