ESPN Brings SportsCenter to Snapchat With a Twice-Day by day Sports Show, Launching At present. HONOLULU – Six Hawai’i players scored in double figures as the UH girls’s basketball staff took down Hawai’i Pacific 88-54 in the Stan Sheriff Heart on Sunday. For the second 12 months in a row, the University of Hawai’i men’s volleyball was picked No. 7 in the preseason AVCA High 15 Coaches Poll.\n\nThe Rainbow Warriors concluded the 2015 season ranked No. 8, marking the 25th time in program history that the staff finished the season with a High 10 national ranking. The University of Hawai’i men’s basketball staff dropped its second straight sport with a 75-62 loss to Princeton in the FS1 Pearl Harbor Invitational Wednesday evening in Bloch Enviornment at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.\n\nThe University of Hawai’i men’s basketball staff gave a gritty effort before finally falling to Seton Hall, 68-57, on the first day of the FS1 Pearl Harbor Invitational Tuesday evening Bloch Enviornment at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Two University of Hawai’i volleyball players—Nikki Taylor and Emily Maglio—both earned American Volleyball Coaches Association Pacific North All-Region honors on Tuesday.\n\nTaylor was selected to the all-region staff for the second straight season while Maglio was named to her first indoor all-region squad as an honorable mention selection. The University of Hawai’i men’s basketball will take part in a meaningful two-day event when it plays in the FS1 Pearl Harbor Invitational, Dec.\n\nA highlight of the Clippers’ visit to Hawaii might be a Fan Fest featuring the staff’s players and coaches. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.—The No. 12 University of Hawai’i girls’s volleyball staff (23-6) fell to No. 1/No. The Rainbow Wahine defeated USC in five sets at the Pavilion to advance to the second round of the NCAA match on Friday.