Gabe Levin leads Long Beach State in scoring this season, averaging 15.0 points per game. (Header: Hawai’i Athletics)
LONG BEACH, Ca. — Thursday night, the
Hawai’i Warriors will be on the road to begin their Big West conference play slate against the Long Beach State 49ers.
The 9-4 Hawai’i Warriors are entering Big West play with a glaring weakness on the offensive end of the floor, as they shot just 30.65% from three point range during non-conference play.
Similarly, Long Beach State also has a low three point shooting percentage, as they hit on just 36.39% of their attempts from long range.
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Senior forward Gibson Johnson scored 19 points to help lead Hawai’i past Arkansas-Pine Bluff to open the 2017 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic on Friday. (Source: Hawai’i Athletics) (Header: Hawai’i Athletics)
HONOLULU — The
Hawai’i Warriors opened up their 2017-18 season with a with an 82-70 win against the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Friday’s contest was a part of the Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic.
Mike Thomas and Gibson Johnson poured in 19 points a piece, with junior forward Jack Purchase also contributing 18 of his own.
The trio of forwards combined to have a staggering sixty-eight percent of the Warriors’ points in the game.
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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.
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