1958 Hawaii Rainbows football
ConferenceIndependent
1958 record5–7
Head coach
Home stadiumHonolulu Stadium
Seasons
← 1957
1959 →
1958 NCAA College Division independents football records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
Mississippi Southern     9 0 0
Rose Poly     8 0 0
Sewanee     8 0 0
Buffalo     8 1 0
Montana State     8 1 0
North Park     7 1 0
Carthage     7 2 0
Carnegie Tech     6 2 0
Northeastern     6 2 0
Cal Poly Pomona     7 3 0
La Verne     5 3 1
Hofstra     6 4 0
Tampa     6 4 0
Abilene Christian     5 5 0
Chattanooga     5 5 0
Baldwin–Wallace     4 4 1
Louisville     4 4 0
Northern Michigan     5 5 0
Xavier     5 5 0
Washington University     4 4 0
Memphis State     4 5 0
UC Riverside     2 3 2
Hawaii     5 7 0
Wabash     3 6 0
Howard (AL)     1 5 1
Pepperdine     1 7 0

The 1958 Hawaii Rainbows football team represented the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa as an independent during the 1958 NCAA College Division football season. In their seventh season under head coach Hank Vasconcellos, the Rainbows compiled a 5–7 record.[1]

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResultAttendance
August 22Honolulu All-StarsW 6–023,000
September 13at KentuckyL 0–5116,000
September 20at Arizona StateL 6–47
September 27at San Jose StateW 8–611,500
October 10San Diego Marines
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
L 0–275,000
October 19Hawaii Rams
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
W 12–72,000
October 26Hawaii Marines
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
L 23–283,000
November 2Hawaii Rams
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
L 6–82,000
November 8Hawaii Marines
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
W 12–84,000
November 14Humboldt State
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
L 6–12
November 29Idaho State
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
W 40–192,000
December 6Utah
  • Honolulu Stadium
  • Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
L 20–4718,000

References

  1. ^ "2020 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Football Media Guide" (PDF). University of Hawaii. 2020. p. 172. Retrieved December 23, 2020.