2019 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football
MW West Division co-champion
Hawaii Bowl champion
Hawaii Bowl, W 38–34 vs. BYU
ConferenceMountain West Conference
DivisionWest Division
2019 record10–5 (5–3 MW)
Head coach
Offensive coordinatorBrian Smith (3rd season)
Offensive schemeRun and shoot
Defensive coordinatorCorey Batoon (2nd season)
Base defense4–2–5
Home stadiumAloha Stadium
(Capacity: 50,000)
Seasons
← 2018
2020 →
2019 Mountain West Conference football standings
Conf Overall
Team   W   L     W   L  
Mountain Division
No. 23 Boise State xy$   8 0     12 2  
No. 22 Air Force   7 1     11 2  
Utah State   6 2     7 6  
Wyoming   4 4     8 5  
Colorado State   3 5     4 8  
New Mexico   0 8     2 10  
West Division
Hawaii xy   5 3     10 5  
San Diego State x   5 3     10 3  
Nevada   4 4     7 6  
San Jose State   2 6     5 7  
UNLV   2 6     4 8  
Fresno State   2 6     4 8  
Championship: Boise State 31, Hawaii 10
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2019 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football team represented the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Rainbow Warriors played their home games at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. They competed in the West Division of the Mountain West Conference and were led by fourth-year head coach Nick Rolovich, in what was his final season before his abrupt resignation in January 2020.

The Rainbow Warriors had their most successful season since 2010. They finished 10–5, 5–3 to finish tied for first in the West Division, claiming the division championship with a 14–11 win over San Diego State. They advanced to the Mountain West Championship, where they lost to Boise State, but won the Hawaii Bowl over archrival BYU, 38–34.

This was Hawaii’s first ten-win season since 2010, and just the seventh in program history. Nick Rolovich was also named Mountain West Coach of the Year, the fourth UH coach to receive that honor.

Previous season

The Rainbow Warriors finished the 2018 season 8–6, 5–3 in Mountain West play to finish in a tie for second place in the West Division. They were invited to the Hawaii Bowl where they lost to Louisiana Tech. This was the first winning season for the Rainbow Warriors since 2010.

Preseason

Award watch lists

Listed in the order that they were released

Award Player Position Year
Maxwell Award[1] Cole McDonald QB JR
Davey O'Brien Award[2] Cole McDonald QB JR
Doak Walker Award[3] Dayton Furuta RB SR
Fred Biletnikoff Award[4] Cedric Byrd II WR SR
JoJo Ward WR SR
Rimington Trophy[5] Kohl Levao C SR
Lou Groza Award[6] Ryan Meskell K SR
Wuerffel Trophy[7] Kaimana Padello DL SR
Polynesian College Football Player of the Year[8] Dayton Furuta RB SR
Kohl Levao OL SR
Solomon Matautia LB SR
Kaimana Padello DL JR
Penei Pavihi LB JR
Solo Vaipulu OL SO
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award[9] Cole McDonald QB JR
Manning Award[10] Cole McDonald QB JR

Mountain West media days

The Mountain West media days were held from July 23–24, 2019 at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson, NV.

Media poll

The preseason poll was released at the Mountain West media days on July 23, 2019. The Warriors were predicted to finish in fourth place in the MW West Division with one first place vote.[11]

West
Predicted finish Team Votes (1st place)
1 Fresno State 122 (17)
2 San Diego State 106 (3)
3 Nevada 74
4 Hawaii 67 (1)
5 UNLV 51
6 San Jose State 21
Mountain
Predicted finish Team Votes (1st place)
1 Boise State 120 (15)
2 Utah State 108 (6)
3 Air Force 73
4 Wyoming 66
5 Colorado State 52
6 New Mexico 22

Preseason All-Mountain West Team

The Warriors had one player selected to the preseason All−Mountain West Team.[12]

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
August 244:30 p.m.Arizona*CBSSNW 45–38 22,396
September 76:00 p.m.Oregon State*
  • Aloha Stadium
  • Honolulu, HI
SPEC HIW 31–28 26,807
September 141:30 p.m.at No. 23 Washington*P12NL 20–52 67,589
September 216:00 p.m.No. 14 (FCS) Central Arkansas*dagger
  • Aloha Stadium
  • Honolulu, HI
SPEC HIW 35–16 23,465
September 284:30 p.m.at NevadaESPN2W 54–3 15,137
October 124:15 p.m.at No. 14 Boise StateESPN2L 37–59 36,902
October 195:00 p.m.Air Force
CBSSNL 26–56 23,757
October 2610:00 a.m.at New MexicoSPEC HIW 45–31 12,617
November 26:00 p.m.Fresno State
SPEC HIL 38–41 22,058
November 96:00 p.m.San Jose State
  • Aloha Stadium
  • Honolulu, HI (Dick Tomey Legacy Series)
SPEC HIW 42–40 19,858
November 1611:00 a.m.at UNLV
SPEC HIW 21–7 21,317
November 236:00 p.m.San Diego State
  • Aloha Stadium
  • Honolulu, HI
SPEC HIW 14–11 24,911
November 307:30 p.m.Army*
  • Aloha Stadium
  • Honolulu, HI
CBSSNW 52–31 26,256
December 711:00 a.m.at No. 19 Boise State
ESPNL 10–31 23,561
December 243:00 p.m.BYU*
ESPNW 38–3421,582

[13]

Personnel

2019 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football team roster
Players Coaches
Offense
Pos. # Name Class
WR 3 Jason-Matthew Sharsh (C)
 Sr
WR 4 Kumoku Noa
 Jr
WR 6 Cedric Byrd II Sr
RB 7 Dayton Furuta (C)
 Sr
WR 9 JoJo Ward Sr
QB 11 Justin Uahinui
 So
QB 12 Chevan Cordeiro
 Fr
QB 13 Cole McDonald
 Jr
WR 14 James Phillips So
WR 15 Jonah Panoke Fr
QB 16 Zach Daniel Fr
QB 18 Boone Abbott Fr
QB 19 Kamaliʻi Akina Jr
RB 21 Fred Holly III
 Jr
WR 23 Jared Smart Jr
RB 26 Miles Reed
 So
RB 34 KK Padello
 Sr
WR 35 Jaden Allen Fr
WR 38 Keliam Brunn
 Fr
RB 44 Hekili Keliiliki
 So
OL 52 Solo Vaipulu So
OL 53 Ramsey Aviu
 So
OL 55 Micah Vanterpool
 So
OL 57 J. R. Hensley
 Sr
OL 58 Joey Nuʻuanu-Kuhiʻiki
 Jr
OL 60 Caden Hilborn Fr
OL 61 Eliki Tanuvasa So
OL 63 Taaga Tuulima
 Jr
OL 64 Kauka Umiamaka Fr
OL 65 Elias Wong
 Fr
OL 67 Bubba Waʻa Fr
OL 68 Ra Elkington
 So
OL 70 Arasi Mose Fr
OL 72 Kohl Levao 
Sr
OL 74 Gene Pryor Jr
OL 75 Ilm Manning So
OL 76 Michael Eletise Jr
OL 77 Alesana Sunia
 Jr
OL 78 Ernest Moore
 Jr
WR 80 Mekel Ealy Fr
WR 81 Grey Ihu Jr
WR 84 Nick Mardner
 Fr
WR 85 Lincoln Victor Fr
WR 86 Chance Byer Fr
WR 87 Robert Funkhouser
 Fr
WR 88 John Johnson
 Jr
OL 89 Emil Graves
 Sr
Defense
Pos. # Name Class
LB 1 Penei Pavihi Jr
LB 2 Jeremiah Pritchard
 Jr
DB 3 Kalen Hicks Sr
DB 4 Rojesterman Farris II
 Sr
DB 5 Khoury Bethley So
DB 8 Eugene Ford Jr
DL 10 Mark Blocker II Fr
DB 11 Justice Augafa
 Sr
LB 12 Kanaʻi Picanco
 Sr
LB 15 Paul Scott
 So
LB 17 Isaiah Tufaga So
DB 18 Cortez Davis Jr
DB 20 Zach Wilson
 Jr
DB 21 Michael Washington Fr
DB 22 Ikem Okeke Sr
DB 23 Akil Francisco
 So
DB 24 Kai Kaneshiro
 Fr
DB 25 Travon Killins Fr
DB 26 Leonard Lee Jr
LB 27 Solomon Matautia
 Sr
DB 28 Nalu Emerson Fr
DB 29 Donovan Dalton
 So
DL 30 Kamuela Borden So
DB 31 Tiger Peterson Fr
DB 33 Steven Fiso Fr
DB 34 James Green III
 Fr
DL 35 Jeffery Keene Sr
LB 36 Hoku Arias Fr
DB 37 Alakaʻi Mashima So
DB 38 Brody Padilla So
DB 39 Kalamaku Kuewa
 Fr
DL 40 Chance Kalaugher Jr
DL 42 Jonah Kahahawai-Welch
 Fr
DL 43 Mason Vega Jr
LB 45 Payton Awaya
 So
LB 46 Tauivi Ho Ching Jr
DB 47 Noa Kamana
 So
DL 48 Derek Thomas Jr
DL 49 Manly Williams
 Sr
DL 50 Justus Tavai
 So
DL 51 Makai Manuwai
 Jr
LB 53 Darius Muasau Fr
LB 54 Kalani Kamakawiwoʻole Fr
DL 55 Blessman Taʻala So
LB 56 Zach Bowers Fr
LB 57 Parker Higgins Jr
LB 58 Kila Kamakawiwoʻole Fr
DL 59 Andrew Choi
 Fr
LB 61 Wesley Faagau
 Jr
DL 62 Doug Russell
 So
DL 66 Eperone Moananu
 Sr
DL 69 Azia Seʻei (C)
 Sr
DL 71 Stephan Bernal-Wendt
 So
DL 79 Samson Siilata Fr
DL 90 Fanupo Peapealalo
 Sr
DL 91 Samiuela Akoteu
 Sr
DL 92 DJuan Matthews Jr
DL 93 Mason Mataafa Jr
DL 94 Alema Kapoi So
DL 95 Kendall Hune Sr
DL 96 Kaimana Padello (C) Sr
DL 97 Zach Ritner
 Fr
DL 98 Foi Shaw
 Fr
DL 99 Jonah Laulu
 Fr
Special teams
Pos. # Name Class
P 9 Stan Gaudion
 Jr
PK 17 Ryan Meskell
 Sr
P 36 Ben Scruton Sr
LS 44 Wyatt Tucker
 So
PK 52 Michael Boyle
 Fr
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches

Support staff

  • Dwain Bradshaw (Arizona State)
    Director of Football Athletic Performance
  • Jason Cvercko (Connecticut)
    Chief of Staff
  • Olivia Vea (Hawaiʻi)
    Video Coordinator
  • Rafael Aguilar (Sacramento State)
    Graduate Assistant (Defensive Line)
  • Brodie Nakama (Hawaiʻi)
    Graduate Assistant (Special Teams)
  • Vaʻa Niumatalolo (BYU)
    Graduate Assistant (Offensive Line)
  • Jack Perez (Pacific (OR))
    Graduate Assistant (Linebackers)
  • Woody Blevins (Colorado Mesa)
    Defensive Quality Control
  • Kolney Cassel (Sacramento State)
    Offensive Quality Control
  • Johnnie Mack (Texas Tech)
    Offensive Quality Control
  • Ryan Matviko (Mercyhurst)
    Defensive Quality Control
  • Myles Gota
    Director of Football Operations
  • Josh Omura
    Recruiting Quality Control
  • Josh Elms
    Strength Coach
  • Brian Wong
    Football Athletic Trainer
  • Al Ginoza
    Equipment Manager
  • Brandon Devie
    Equipment Manager
  • Skyena Antolin
    Football Manager
  • Courtney Tsumoto
    Academic Advisor
  • Derek Inouchi
    Media Relations Director/Football Contact
  • Neal Iwamoto
    Asst. Media Relations Director/Football Contact #2

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Injured
  • Redshirt

Roster
Last update: December 23, 2019

Depth chart

Game summaries

Arizona

See also: 2019 Arizona Wildcats football team

Arizona Wildcats at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Wildcats 0 21 14338
Rainbow Warriors 14 14 71045

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

Oregon State

See also: 2019 Oregon State Beavers football team

Oregon State Beavers at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Beavers 14 14 0028
Rainbow Warriors 7 14 7331

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

at Washington

See also: 2019 Washington Huskies football team

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at No. 23 Washington Huskies
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 0 7 13020
No. 23 Huskies 21 17 01452

at Husky Stadium, Seattle, WA

Central Arkansas

See also: 2019 Central Arkansas Bears football team

No. 14 (FCS) Central Arkansas Bears at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
No. 14 (FCS) Bears 0 9 0716
Rainbow Warriors 14 14 0735

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

at Nevada

See also: 2019 Nevada Wolf Pack football team

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at Nevada Wolf Pack
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 7 24 14954
Wolf Pack 0 3 003

at Mackay Stadium, Reno, NV

at Boise State

See also: 2019 Boise State Broncos football team

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at No. 14 Boise State Broncos
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 7 7 71637
No. 14 Broncos 14 17 21759

at Albertsons Stadium, Boise, ID

Air Force

See also: 2019 Air Force Falcons football team and Air Force–Hawaii football rivalry

Air Force Falcons at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Falcons 7 21 72156
Rainbow Warriors 3 17 0626

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

at New Mexico

See also: 2019 New Mexico Lobos football team

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at New Mexico Lobos
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 21 14 3745
Lobos 3 0 72131

at Dreamstyle Stadium, Albuquerque, NM

Fresno State

See also: 2019 Fresno State Bulldogs football team and Fresno State–Hawaii football rivalry

Fresno State Bulldogs at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Bulldogs 7 7 171041
Rainbow Warriors 0 24 01438

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

San Jose State

See also: 2019 San Jose State Spartans football team

San Jose State Spartans at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Spartans 3 20 31440
Rainbow Warriors 7 14 71442

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

at UNLV

See also: 2019 UNLV Rebels football team

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at UNLV Rebels
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 0 7 7721
Rebels 7 0 007

at Sam Boyd Stadium, Whitney, NV

San Diego State

See also: 2019 San Diego State Aztecs football team

San Diego State Aztecs at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Aztecs 0 3 0811
Rainbow Warriors 7 0 7014

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

Army

See also: 2019 Army Black Knights football team

Army Black Knights at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Black Knights 10 7 14031
Rainbow Warriors 10 14 141452

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

at Boise State – Mountain West Championship Game

See also: 2019 Boise State Broncos football team and 2019 Mountain West Conference Football Championship Game

Mountain West Championship Game: Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at No. 19 Boise State Broncos
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 3 0 0710
No. 19 Broncos 3 14 14031

at Albertsons Stadium, Boise, ID

BYU – Hawaii Bowl

See also: 2019 BYU Cougars football team and 2019 Hawaii Bowl

SoFi Hawaii Bowl: BYU Cougars vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 34Total
Rainbow Warriors 14 17 0738
Cougars 7 17 7334

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

Statistics HAW BYU
First downs 19 29
Plays–yards 74–495 81–505
Rushes–yards 27–2 40–231
Passing yards 493 274
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 28–47–0 24–41–2
Time of possession 29:29 30:31
Team Category Player Statistics
Hawaii Passing Cole McDonald 28/46, 493 yards, 4 TD
Rushing Miles Reed 10 carries, 17 yards
Receiving JoJo Ward 7 receptions, 159 yards
BYU Passing Zach Wilson 24/40, 274 yards, 2 INT
Rushing Tyler Allgeier 8 carries, 77 yards
Receiving Matt Bushman 6 receptions, 91 yards
Source for Match-up Records:[76]

Players drafted into the NFL

See also: 2020 NFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position NFL Club
7 224 Cole McDonald QB Tennessee Titans

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