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Hawaii Athletic Director Hurts Himself in Fight at Women's Basketball Game

"Hawaii athletic director Ben Jay hurt his back Sunday night while trying to break up a fight after a women's basketball game. A West Virginia staff member and a fan were shouting at each other in the final seconds of the Mountaineers' 59-56 win against Hawaii, according to Honolulu TV station KHON. Fans told the station that the fan had been heckling the West Virginia bench. The brawl spilled from the stands onto the court, and Jay suffered a back spasm as he tried to pull people off of a pile." The Rainbow Wahines' head coach is okay.
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Rainbow Wahines is the team name. I'd llike to bring attention to that
hurts himself--- hahahha
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