Hawaii Rainbow Warriors baseball

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Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
Hawaii Warriors logo.svg
Founded1923 (1923)
UniversityUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa
Head coachMike Trapasso (19th season)
ConferenceBig West
LocationHonolulu, Hawaii
Home stadiumLes Murakami Stadium
(Capacity: 4,312)
NicknameRainbow Warriors
ColorsGreen, Black, Silver, and White[1]
                   
College World Series runner-up
1980
College World Series appearances
1980
NCAA Tournament appearances
1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2006, 2010
Conference tournament champions
1982, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1992, 2010
Conference champions
1980, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1992, 2011
For information on all University of Hawaii at Manoa sports, see Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.[2] The team is a member of the Big West Conference, which is part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I. Hawaii's first baseball team was fielded in 1923. The team plays its home games at Les Murakami Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Rainbow Warriors are coached by Mike Trapasso.

Year-by-year results[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
1923 Otto Klum 1-2
1924 Otto Klum 5-5
1925 Otto Klum 4-7
1926 Otto Klum 7-5
1927 Otto Klum 2-9
1928 Otto Klum 12-5
1929 Otto Klum 8-7
1930 Otto Klum 8-4
1931 Otto Klum 3-11
1932 Otto Klum 3-2
1933 Otto Klum 1-10
1934 Otto Klum 3-6-1
1935 Otto Klum 6-4
1936 Otto Klum 4-1
No program (1937–1937)
1938 Luke Gill 9-2
1939 Luke Gill 5-6
No program (1940–1940)
1941 Tom Kaulukukui 9-2
No program (1942–1945)
1946 Jesse James Kelly 3-4
1947 Tom Kaulukukui 7-4
1948 Tom Kaulukukui 18-3
1949 Tom Kaulukukui 21-9
1950 Toku Tanaka 12-6
1951 Toku Tanaka 8-6
1952 Jerry Burns 3-7
1953 Jim Asato 3-7
1954 Thomas Ige 3-16
1955 Toku Tanaka 5-14
1956 Toku Tanaka 26-18
1957 Toku Tanaka 27-19-1
1958 Toku Tanaka 12-19
1959 Toku Tanaka 8-20
1960 Toku Tanaka 17-23
1961 Henry Tominaga 13-14-1
1962 Henry Tominaga 11-9-2
1963 Jyun Hirota 8-13
No program (1964–1964)
1965 Jyun Hirota 6-5
1966 Henry Tominaga 13-14
1967 Henry Tominaga 10-21
1968 Henry Tominaga 10-23
1969 Dick Kitamura 8-8
No program (1970–1970)
NCAA Independent (1971–1979)
1971 Les Murakami 0-4
1972 Les Murakami 1-3
1973 Les Murakami 1-7
1974 Les Murakami 6-11
1975 Les Murakami 25-13
1976 Les Murakami 29-12
1977 Les Murakami 43-13 NCAA Regional (0-2)
1978 Les Murakami 38-14-1
1979 Les Murakami 69-15 NCAA Regional (2-2)
Western Athletic Conference (1980–2012)
1980 Les Murakami 60-18 19-5 t-1st WAC (2-0)
NCAA Regional (3-0)
World Series (3-2)
1981 Les Murakami 50-16 10-5 2nd WAC South (7-2)
WAC (0-2)
1982 Les Murakami 59-17 17-7 1st WAC (3-0)
NCAA Regional (0-2)
1983 Les Murakami 47-20 17-7 2nd WAC (1-2)
1984 Les Murakami 48-22-1 18-6 1st WAC (3-1)
NCAA Regional (1-2)
1985 Les Murakami 56-31 15-9 2nd WAC (0-1)
1986 Les Murakami 43-24 15-9 2nd WAC (5-2)
NCAA Regional (2-2)
1987 Les Murakami 45-19 21-2 1st WAC (3-0)
NCAA Regional (1-2)
1988 Les Murakami 45-19 21-6 t-2nd WAC (0-2)
1989 Les Murakami 40-27 18-10 t-2nd WAC (4-1)
NCAA Regional (0-2)
1990 Les Murakami 37-24-1 17-10-1 4th WAC (0-2)
1991 Les Murakami 51-18 22-5 1st WAC (2-2)
NCAA Regional (3-2)
1992 Les Murakami 49-14 20-6 1st WAC (3-1)
NCAA Regional (4-2)
1993 Les Murakami 34-25 11-13 4th NCAA Regional (1-2)
1994 Les Murakami 28-28 8-16 5th
1995 Les Murakami 30-24 12-17 6th
1996 Les Murakami 29-26 12-18 5th
1997 Les Murakami 22-34 14-16 4th
1998 Les Murakami 34-22 12-18 4th
1999 Les Murakami 37-20 15-14 5th WAC (1-2)
2000 Les Murakami 28-28 15-15 4th
2001 Carl Furutani 29-27 16-20 6th
2002[3] Mike Trapasso 16-40 5-25 6th
2003[4] Mike Trapasso 30-26 11-19 4th
2004[5] Mike Trapasso 31-24 13-16 4th
2005[6] Mike Trapasso 28-27 15-14 3rd
2006[7] Mike Trapasso 45-17 17-6 2nd WAC (3-2)
NCAA Regional (2-2)
2007[8] Mike Trapasso 34-25 11-13 t-4th WAC (1-2)
2008[9] Mike Trapasso 29-31 18-14 t-2nd WAC (2-2)
2009[10] Mike Trapasso 32-26 11-12 5th
2010[11] Mike Trapasso 35-28 12-12 4th WAC (4-1)
NCAA Regional (2-2)
2011[12] Mike Trapasso 34-25 17-7 t-1st WAC (2-1)
2012[13] Mike Trapasso 30-25 10-8 4th WAC (0-2)
Big West Conference (2013–present)
2013 Mike Trapasso 16-35 11-16 7th
2014 Mike Trapasso 22-31 6-18 8th
2015 Mike Trapasso 21-32 12-12 5th
2016 Mike Trapasso 23-30 12-11 6th
2017 Mike Trapasso 28-23 10-14 T-5th
2018 Mike Trapasso 27-24 11-13 6th
2019 Mike Trapasso 20-30 8-16 T-7th
Total:

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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Hawaii in the NCAA Tournament[edit]

Year Record Pct Notes
1977 0-2 .000 West Regional
1979 2-2 .500 Midwest Regional
1980 6-2 .750 College World Series
(Runner-up)
1982 0-2 .000 West I Regional
1984 1-2 .333 West II Regional
1986 2-2 .500 West Regional
1987 1-2 .333 West II Regional
1989 0-2 .000 West I Regional
1991 3-2 .600 West I Regional
1992 4-2 .667 West Regional
1993 1-2 .333 Central I Regional
2006 2-2 .500 Corvallis Regional
2010 2-2 .500 Tempe Regional

Major League Baseball[edit]

Hawaii has had 119 Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.[15]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Hawaii Rainbows". d1baseball.com. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
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  13. ^ "Hawai`i - Season Statistics". Archived from the original on June 9, 2012. Retrieved January 7, 2013.
  14. ^ "All-Time Results" (PDF). University of Hawaii Athletics. Retrieved October 15, 2019.
  15. ^ "MLB Amateur Draft Picks who came from "University of Hawaii at Manoa (Honolulu, HI)"". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved 2015-06-14.

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