Over the last few years, the Hawaii Warriors have been one of the most exciting teams in all of college football. Hawaii Warriors tickets enable fans to enjoy some top flight football and basketball action.
Hawaii Warriors Tickets: Historical Overview
On the gridiron, the Hawaii Warriors have been a division-one program since 1974. The school's football team has competed in the Western Athletic Conference since 1979. Hawaii has appeared in ten bowl games over the years. Nine of the contests have been played in Hawaii.
Despite the recruiting challenges of being located in a distant and isolated state, the Warriors have won 54% of their games.
On the hardwood, Hawaii has been a division-one squad since the 1970-71 season. The Warriors have made four trips to the NCAA tournament, but have yet to win a game.
The Hawaii Warriors have won four WAC titles in football. The first championship came in 1992 as the Warriors finished 20th in the nation after an 11-2 year. In nine years at Hawaii, head coach June Jones (1999-2007) guided the school to a pair of conference crowns.
His 2007 team stepped into the national spotlight after recording a perfect regular season. Behind star quarterback Colt Brennan, Hawaii led the nation by scoring more than 43 points per game. In the Sugar Bowl, the upstart Warriors were no match for the Georgia Bulldogs from the mighty SEC.
On the basketball side, Hawaii has won five WAC titles (2-regular season, 3-tournament). The 2001-02 squad won the regular season and tournament championships in the conference.
Hawaii Warriors Tickets at Home Facilities
For football, the Hawaii Warriors play at Aloha Stadium (capacity of 50,000). Since 1980, the venue has been the primary site of the NFL's Pro Bowl game. Also, the stadium hosts the Hawaii Bowl postseason contest. Hawaii Warriors tickets are a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon or evening during the warm fall and winter.
In hoops, the Warriors compete at the Stan Sheriff Center (capacity of 10,300). The arena opened in 1994.
Hawaii Warriors Tickets: 2011-12 Season
In 2011, the Hawaii Warriors will try to build on last year's 10-win campaign. Colorado and BYU will be the headline opponents on this season's home schedule. In addition, Hawaii Warriors tickets will be available for home contests against UC-Davis, New Mexico State, Utah State, Fresno State and Tulane.
In basketball, the Warriors will be out to nab a second consecutive winning season in 2011-12. The home slate will include a number of conference matchups.