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If you’re a sports fan, your trip wouldn’t be complete without paying a visit to the local stadiums. Check out where the pros play or hit a game or two while you’re in town!

Visit the sports venues in the area without a hitch by checking the address and driving directions below. Some of these venues also feature other events from time to time, so check out their website to find out more information!
Les Murakami Stadium
Les Murakami Stadium

1337 Lower Campus Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822   Directions

(808) 956-7404

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Les Murakami Stadium serves as the baseball stadium at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Constructed in 1984, the stadium is named after legendary Rainbow coach Les Murakami. The $12.2 million stadium features two concession stands, two sunken dugouts, a Grad Slam Booster Club room, and a training room.

The stadium seats 4,312, with 3,738 of the seats covered to shelter the fans from the frequent spring rains of Manoa, called the "Manoa Mist" by locals. Murakami was the first full-time baseball coach for the program and led the Rainbows for 31 years. The team won the 1980 College World Series under his direction.

Stan Sheriff Center
Stan Sheriff Center

1355 Lower Campus Rd
Honolulu, HI 96822   Directions

(808) 944-2697

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The Stan Sheriff Center is located on campus at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. The 10,300-seat multipurpose arena opened in 1994 and is named after the former UH athletic director who lobbied for its construction.

The center is home to the men's and women's sports team of the University of Hawaii, including men's basketball and volleyball, and women's basketball and volleyball.

But the center isn't just about UH teams. High school state championships and musical concerts are regularly held at the UH arena.

The world champion Los Angeles Lakers have come here for several pre-season camps. The Stan Sheriff Center also hosted the 1998 Miss Universe Pageant.

University of Hawaii Warriors
University of Hawaii Warriors

99-500 Salt Lake Blvd
Halawa, HI 96818   Directions

(808) 944-2697

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The University of Hawaii Warriors compete in the NCAA Division I, Western Athletic Conference. The men's teams are called the Warriors; the women's teams are called the Rainbow Wahine, or the 'Bows for short.

The men's and women's teams are both top contenders in basketball, volleyball, baseball and football. The University also won the 2004 Intercollegiate Sailing Association National Championships. The women's volleyball program has won NCAA championships in 1982, 1983 and 1987. The teams play at venues around the Island and on campus, including the Aloha Stadium, Stan Sheriff Center, Les Murakami Stadium, Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium, and the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex.

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