Maui Sports

Wednesday, November 03, 2021

Photo Gallery: Big Surf at Peʻahi Brings Surfers on Tuesday, Nov. 2

Photo Gallery: Big Surf at Peʻahi Brings Surfers on Tuesday, Nov. 2
Tuesday, November 02, 2021

$6,233 Raised for Breast Cancer Research at Play for Pink Day at Kapalua, Maui

In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Kapalua Golf held a fundraising outing on Oct. 21, on the Bay Course in Kapalua. The event raised and donated $6,233 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and Play for P.I.N.K.
Sunday, October 31, 2021

Loyola’s Brandon Berry and Team Kansas Earn 2021 Trophy at 2021 Kā‘anapali Classic

Loyola Maryland’s Brandon Berry was steady all three days and took home the individual trophy in the 2021 Kāʻanapali Classic – Collegiate Invitational with a 197 total (-16). Team Kansas pulled further ahead on Sunday and shot an impressive 268-262-70-800 (-52) for the 54-hole tournament, locking in their fourth consecutive team win this season.
Sunday, October 31, 2021

“Moving Day” for Griggs of Denver & Team Kansas in 2nd Round of Kā‘anapali Classic

It’s often said in golf that day two is “moving day” and there was quite a bit of movement on the leaderboard, Saturday. Carson Griggs of Denver shot an impressive 62 (-9) on the Royal Kāʻanapali Course to move up 12 spots going into the final round at 130 (-12).
Friday, October 29, 2021

Boise and Kansas Tied for First after First Round of 2021 Kā‘anapali Classic

Hugo Townsend of Boise State fired a 64 (-7), one stroke ahead of Loyola Maryland’s Brandon Berry (-6). Team Boise and Kansas both finished at 268 (-16) today after having solid rounds throughout their team. Team Colorado is three strokes off at 271 (-13).
Friday, October 29, 2021

Maui Surfers Paige Alms and Kai Lenny Earn Honors at 2021 Red Bull Big Wave Awards

Hawaii surfers Paige Alms, Kai Lenny and Keala Kennelly staked their claim in the 2021 Red Bull Big Wave Awards.
Thursday, October 28, 2021

UH Prepares for Crowds, Fans Encouraged to Download LumiSight UH App

The University of Hawaiʻi is excited to welcome more fans back to UH sporting events on the Mānoa campus as City and County of Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi announced on Wednesday, Oct. 27 that the COVID-19 crowd capacity restrictions would be lifted beginning Wednesday, Nov. 3.
Saturday, October 23, 2021

Opening Weekend of MIL Comes with No Fans in Stands, That Will Change on Monday

Starting on Monday, Oct. 25, parents of the student-athletes of the home/host team will be allowed to attend in person.  Those in attendance must be fully vaccinated. There will be no concessions and no food or drinks, but water will be permissible.
Saturday, October 23, 2021

APP World Tour Postponed to 2022

Professional Paddlesurfing looks to make a return to normalcy as travel restrictions ease up in 2022.
Friday, October 22, 2021

UH Mānoa Esports Rises Among Nation’s Best

UH esports are becoming some of the best collegiate programs in the nation.
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