Hawaii Warriors

Overview
Previous Game
November 23
Hawaii Warriors at UNLV Rebels
37 - 35
Featured Game
November 30
Hawaii Warriors at Fresno St. Bulldogs
21 - 28
Season Recap:
Win: 4 Losses: 9
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
No Upcoming Games
Previous Results
11/29 loss at Fresno St. 21 - 28
11/22 win vs. UNLV 37 - 35
11/15 win at San Jose St. 13 - 0
11/8 loss at Colorado St. 22 - 49
11/1 loss vs. Utah St. 14 - 35
Hawaii Warriors Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
NameWLTPctPFPAConf
Boise St. Broncos 12 2 .857 556 375 7-1
San Diego St. Aztecs 7 6 .538 325 258 5-3
Colorado St. Rams 10 3 .769 441 326 6-2
Fresno St. Bulldogs 6 8 .429 371 454 5-3
Nevada Wolf Pack 7 6 .538 379 354 4-4
Utah State Aggies 10 4 .714 377 276 6-2
Air Force Falcons 10 3 .769 409 314 5-3
Hawaii Warriors 4 9 .308 272 349 3-5
New Mexico Lobos 4 8 .333 332 431 2-6
San Jose St. Spartans 3 9 .250 232 353 2-6
UNLV Rebels 2 11 .154 285 500 1-7
Wyoming Cowboys 4 8 .333 253 394 2-6
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
Jeremy Higgins hand will miss the remainder of the season
Jerrol Garcia-Williams knee will miss the remainder of the season
Devan Stubblefield knee will miss the entire season
Taylor Graham foot is out indefinitely
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