HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii football team will play two Pac-12 opponents and two Football Championship Subdivision foes in its upcoming schedules.
UH and Oregon have agreed to a three-game series beginning in 2020. The Rainbow Warriors and Ducks will meet twice in Eugene, Oregon, and once in Honolulu. The games are scheduled for Sept. 19, 2020, and Sept. 16, 2023, in Eugene; and Sept. 21, 2024, in Honolulu.
UH and Arizona will play a home-and-home series beginning next season. The teams will play Sept. 17, 2016, in Tucson, Ariz., and Aug. 30, 2025, in Honolulu.
Hawaii will host a pair of FCS teams: Western Carolina, of the Southern Conference, on Sept. 2, 2017, and Fordham, of the Patriot League, on Sept. 12, 2020.
UH and Oregon last met in 1994 at Aloha Stadium with UH winning 36-16. Oregon leads the all-time series 4-3. The Rainbow Warriors also won the last meeting in Eugene, 24-21, in 1992. Hawaii has won the last three games of the series (1988, 1992 and 1994), which dates back to 1921.
UH and Arizona have met four previous times with the Wildcats winning all four times, including the only meeting in Tucson in 1952 (57-7). The last meeting occurred in 1998 at Aloha Stadium with the 24th-ranked Wildcats prevailing 27-6. The teams also met in 1951 (UA, 32-21) and 1977 (UA, 17-10).
In addition to Oregon and Arizona, UH’s future non-conference schedules includes other Pac-12 opponents Colorado (2015), UCLA (2017), Oregon State (2019 and 2021), and Washington (2019).