In Game

Hawaii fans love to support their team and are especially vocal in their support when the Rainbow Warriors are doing well making now the perfect time to attend a Hawaii basketball game. The Rainbow Warriors’ recent uptick in fortunes and their 2016 NCAA Tournament appearance have Hawaii fans coming out in droves to see their team play, so get your tickets now if you want to experience the Stan Sheriff Center at its best.

In addition to boasting some impressive fan support, the Hawaii pep band and spirit squads are also a big part of any Hawaii basketball game. The pep band helps keep the intensity high with their tunes and the spirit squads put on some impressive performances as well.

Hawaii is one of the most beautiful states in the country, and as a result, you’ll have no trouble having a great time before or after the game. There is a lot to see and do in the nearby vicinity including dining, shopping, and even beaches.

College hoops fans traveling to Hawaii will want to take some time out of their trip to take in a game at the Stan Sheriff Center where the diehard fan support helps create a fun game day experience.

Things to check out

Donnis Thompson Statue

Stop by and check out the Donnis Thompson statue during your trip to Hawaii. The statue honors the former UH athletic director and is a must-see for any longtime Rainbow Warriors fan.

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H Zone

The H Zone is your one stop shop for all things Rainbow Warriors, so stop by and pick up some Hawaii swag before the game. You’ll find just about any Hawaii gear you could want here including t-shirts, caps, and much more.

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Banners

Above the court are several banners honoring Hawaii’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The banners are a can’t miss for anyone taking in a game at the Stan Sheriff Center, so take a peek at them during the game.

Pep Band

The pep band is a big part of any Rainbow Warriors basketball game, and they do an incredible job of keeping spirits high even when things aren’t going Hawaii’s way. Keep your ears peeled and enjoy the musical stylings of the Hawaii pep band when attending a game at the Stan Sheriff Center.

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Cheerleaders

Join in the Hawaii cheerleaders cheers to get the full Hawaii gameday experience. The cheerleaders lead a variety of cheers and put on some incredible routines, so stay in your seat when you see them take the court.

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Contests

Hawaii basketball games feature a slew of in-game promotions and contests, so you never know what kind of prizes you’ll have the chance to walk away with. The contests are a fun part of Rainbow Warriors games even if you aren’t taking part in them, so enjoy the spectacle.

Fight Songs

  1. Fight Song

    Here’s to our dear Hawai‘i
    Here’s to our Green and White
    Here’s to our Alma Mater
    Here’s to the team with fight
    Rah! Rah! Rah!

    Here’s to old warriors calling
    Here’s to old battles won
    Here’s to Hawai‘i’s victory
    Here’s to each valiant one.

    (Repeat) 

  2. Alma Mater

    In green Manoa Valley our Alma Mater stands
    Where mountain winds and showers refresh her fertile lands;
    The flag of freedom beckons above her shining walls,
    To larger truth and service our Alma Mater calls.

    Hawai‘i, we have gathered within thy wide-flung doors,
    As sons and daughters claiming her freely offered stores;
    Our loyal praise we tender, and pledge to hold thy aim,
    Till ocean’s far horizons shall hear thy honored name.

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