The 37th Annual Hawaii College Basketball Summer League started Saturday night with the defending champions of Solar Universe beating Clark Hatch Fitness, 90-74.
Solar Universe was led by Iolani/Washington State alum Derrick Low, he posted a team high 23 points. Low, recently signed to play with the Los Angeles Clippers in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, starting in mid July.
13 of the 16 players on the 2013-2014 Rainbow Warrior team are on Summer League rosters. Although, most of the players won't begin play until July.
Rainbow Warriors in NCAA Summer League:
- Caleb Dressler, Grantco Pacific
- Dyrbe Enos, Solar Universe
- Nikola Filipovich, Solar Universe
- Isaac Fotu, National Fire Protection Co.
- Michael Harper, Central Medical Clinic
- Stefan Jovanovic, National Fire Protection Co.
- Garrett Nevels, National Fire Protection Co.
- Keith Shamburger, Clark Hatch Fitness
- Quincy Smith, Central Medical Clinic
- Brandon Spearman, Solar Universe
- Michael Thomas, Clark Hatch Fitness
- Aaron Valdes, Grantco Pacific
- Negus Webster-Chan, Solar Universe
Complete rosters: NCAA Summer League
A high school on Oahu has banned the popular kendama game.
Following a 1-11 season, sources tell KHON2 that changes will be made to the University of Hawaii football coaching staff, as defensive coordinator Thom Kaumeyer and linebackers coach Tony Tuioti will not return next season.
A 49-year-old man accused of molestation was arrested on Maui.