Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay resigned Tuesday after a two-year tenure marked by failed efforts to stop the university's athletic department from losing money.
With a world title in the balance, Gabriel Medina, Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning are all eyeing the Pipeline Masters, the last event of the 2014 world tour season, as their time to shine.
The race for the 2014 ASP World Title has come down to the final event of the year, the prestigious Pipeline Masters. Gabriel Medina hopes to be Brazil's first world champ, but Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning have plans of their own.
BYU pulls away from Hawaii 90-70
In pumping surfing at Sunset Beach, Tahiti's Michel Bourez battled back from behind in the final to take out the World Cup of Surfing.
The XTERRA World Championships trail runs in Hawaii offer the ultimate challenge amid stunning scenery. We've compiled some of the best XTERRA images.
Valdes sparks Hawaii win over Delaware State 75-60
No. 11 North Carolina tops Hawaii 74-65
Lili Thompson scored 26 points and Amber Orrange added 19 as No. 5 Stanford beat Hawaii 86-73 during the second day of the Rainbow Wahine Shootout on Saturday.
Fresno State hangs on to beat Hawaii 28-21
No. 19 Oregon State survives against BYU 71-61
B.C. Lions linebacker Solomon Elimimian was honored Thursday night as the Canadian Football League's outstanding player, becoming the first pure defensive player to win the award.
No. 19 Oregon State beats Butler 85-53 in Hawaii
Stephanie Gilmore wins the ASP World Title and Carissa Moore wins the Maui Pro in an exciting conclusion to the 2014 Women's ASP World Tour.
Stanley Johnson had 18 points and nine rebounds, helping No. 3 Arizona gut out a 61-59 victory over No. 15 San Diego State for its second Maui Invitational title Wednesday night.
Panthers knock off Wildcats 70-47 in Maui