In a game at the gym of Molokai High School, both teams had six players score in double figures. Hauns Brereton scored 12 points, Vander Joaquim 11 and Brandon Jawato 10 for the Rainbow Warriors (5-3), who shot 60 percent (39 of 65) from the floor.
De'Andre Haskins and Bennie Murray had 21 points each for the Silverswords (3-7), a Division II squad.
Hawaii led 63-49 at halftime and padded its cushion to 20 with 13:55 remaining. Chaminade shaved the deficit to five with six minutes to play, but Standhardinger drained back-to-back jumpers, and Jawato hit a 3-pointer to restore the double-digit advantage.
Hawaii made 11 of 21 3-point attempts; Chaminade was 16 of 35 from behind the arc.
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