Sports

Ultimate Frisbee gained popularity at BYUH

A new intramural sport for BYU-Hawaii, Ultimate Frisbee carries a long international history. According to the World Flying Disc Federation website, Joel Silver proposed his idea of Ultimate Frisbee in 1968 to a high school student council in Maplewood, New Jersey.

Women's Tennis goes to Colorado for NCAA Championship

BYU-Hawaii women’s tennis team once again advanced to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship. Team members said playing the match at a higher elevation will be their challenge for this championship.

Students share alternative sport options to do around the island

Oahu lends itself to forms of outdoor recreation such as surfing, hiking, and snorkeling, but three students shared their experiences and expertise on some alternative sports students might not normally consider.

Nico Herrera comes from Columbia, where he follows a family tradition of golfing excellence

The BYU-Hawaii men’s golf team members finds themselves in a historic season after their first-ever tournament victory at the Mustang Intercollegiate Tournament. With the win, the Seasiders jumped up in the national rankings to their highest ranking ever: #15.

BYUH names new Seasider men's basketball coach Roberts and athletic director Jones

Longtime assistant Gabriel Roberts was named BYU–Hawaii men's basketball head coach May 3 becoming the fifth coach in the Seasiders' 38-year history, and that same day Brad Jones was announced as BYUH’s seventh athletic director, says BYUH Sport Information.

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