Series History: PEP leads 43-31 Promotions: First Hawaiian Bank is the sponsor of Friday's "Military Night" match.The men's volleyball team will wear custom camouflage jerseys and fans are encourage to wear military apparel.When I was in high school, I went to every football game. I’m sure my volume must have helped carry that extra point over that goal post! We couldn’t see and we couldn’t see the replay screen either because everyone else was standing up… Okay, aside from the idiotic stadium gaffes and a double auwe for ESPN whose time was too precious to keep filming long enough for us to see the Senior Walk, the game was exciting, tense and one heck of a game!I was lucky — that was a time when Waianae High School was THE team to beat in the OIA (Oahu Interscholastic Association). I went straight to the University of Hawaii after graduation to continue my education, but sports weren’t part of the agenda anymore. I could watch “my” team on TV, and get excited for them and mad at the refs (and ESPN sportscasters)… I even found myself holding my breath while watching recorded games for the second time. I now get to lean on our local media darlings to please, please have the Senior Walk on tape so we will be able to see it!UH ranks first in the league in blocking (2.68 per set) and digs (8.91) while the Waves are second (2.49) and third (8.88), respectively. Radio Coverage: NBC Sports Radio Hawai'i 1500AM will broadcast Friday's match while ESPN 1420AM will carry Sunday's match live with Tiff Wells calling the action.The Warriors also lead the league with a .197 opponent hitting percentage. Streaming Video: Hawaii (Friday's match) Audio Webcast: nbcsportsradiohawaii and espn1420Live Stats: Hawaii Tickets: Lower – Adult -16, Senior Citizen (ages 65 ) , Student (4-HS) ; Upper – Adult , Senior Citizen , Student ; UH-Manoa students receive admission with validated ID.
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Friday's match begins at p.m., while Sunday's match starts at p.m.
The series features two of the MPSF's top defensive teams. 10 Pepperdine (6-5, 4-4 MPSF) Where: Stan Sheriff Center; Honolulu, O'ahu Television Coverage: OC Sports will televise Friday's match live with Kanoa Leahey (play-by-play) and Chris Mc Lachlin (color).
HONOLULU, HI – After nine years on PBS Hawaii, the father-and-son sports talk show Leahey & Leahey has come to an end.
At their in-studio kitchen table, Jim and Kanoa Leahey welcomed sports heroes, insiders and policy makers from Hawaii and around the world.