The Complete History of Chaminade at the Maui Invitational

The Maui Invitational has been a favorite early-season college basketball tournament since its inception in 1984. And despite all the Division I powerhouses claiming the title, the host school is the team’s Chaminade. DII men’s basketball from 1984 to 2017. Silverswords is back in action for the Maui Invitational 2021 starting Monday, November 22 against Oregon.

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Chaminade had appeared in every Maui Invitational from 1984 to 2017, but that changed in 2018. That season, the tournament changed everything so that Chaminade would play in the “Mainland” region in even years but returns to team Maui on odd years.

Due to COVID-19, the 2020 tournament took on a different look and was held in Asheville, North Carolina. Chaminade did not make the trip. Silverswords will officially return in 2021. However, due to COVID-19 travel regulations and protocols in Hawaii, the event will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

You can watch the Silverswords run in the 2021 tournament below:

Day Protest Scored
Monday, November 22 Oregon TBD
Tuesday, November 23 TBD TBD
Wednesday, November 24 TBD TBD

The Maui Invitational: Watch Chaminade’s Victory

Chaminade is now 8-95 in Maui Invitational history, but the Silverswords have certainly made a name for themselves. Chaminade, of course, put itself on the map with frustration over the top spot Virginia way back in 1982 before the tournament, and since 1984 it has There was also some disturbance along the way in Maui.

The Silverswords actually won their first game at the Maui Invitational, beating Davidson in 1984 before losing to Providence in the championship. They only won matches in head-to-head seasons once and then had to wait 11 years for the next win. That was the longest interval between flips for Chaminade.

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This is every one of the eight games Silverswords won on Maui.

Year Protest The last point
1984 Davidson 77-62
1991 Ascertainment 111-108
1992 Stanford 71-63 (2 CONSIDERATIONS)
2003 Villanova 52-49
2007 Princeton 74-70
2010 Oklahoma 68-64
2012 Texas 86-73
2017 Cal 96-72

Head coach Eric Bovaird took over at Silverswords for the 2011-12 season. In just his second year in office, he led Chaminade to the opening round 86-73 in Texas. It ended its term as an annual homeowner by upsetting California 96-72.

The Complete History of Chaminade at the Maui Invitational

Therefore, Chaminade’s early season schedule is not second most difficult on the DII level. Silverswords has seen countless Hall of Fame coaches, national champions, and top 25 teams every year. Let’s take a look at the people they’ve faced in the tournament.

Year School (Ranking IF YES) The last point
1984 Davidson Win, 77-62
1984 Ascertainment Lost, 60-58
1985 Kansas State Lost, 68-56
1985 Virginia Technology Lost, 70-66
1986 Bang Long Beach Lost, 70-67
1986 UNC-Charlotte Lost, 79-55
1986 Arkansas Lost, 69-54
1987 Kansas Lost, 89-62
1987 Stanford Lost, 93-82
1987 Nebraska Lost, 76-75
1988 State of Memphis Lost, 88-44
1988 Vanderbilt Lost, 94-70
1988 DePaul Lost, 89-68
1989 Louisville Lost, 89-70
1989 Evansville Lost, 70-53
1989 State of San Diego Lost, 63-49
1990 State of Iowa Lost, 115-82
1990 Toledo Lost, 108-100
1990 Loyola Marymount Lost, 162-129
1991 Ascertainment Win, 111-108
1991 Arkansas Lost, 99-84
1991 Rice Lost, 93-86
1992 State of Memphis Lost, 64-56
1992 Oklahoma Lost, 105-88
1992 Stanford Win, 71-63 (2OT)
1993 Boston College Lost, 108-61
1993 Notre Dame Lost, 94-78
1993 Tennessee Tech Lost, 83-78
1994 Maryland Loss, 95-67
1994 Indiana Lost, 92-79
1994 Texas A&M Lost, 73-52
1995 the state of Michigan Lost, 69-65
1995 Vanderbilt Lost, 96-71
1995 Wisconsin Lost, 104-66
1996 UMass Lost, 59-48
1996 South Carolina Lost, 64-55
1996 Iowa Lost, 67-37
1997 Duke Lost, 96-70
1997 DePaul Lost, 57-55
1997 Boston College Lost, 81-72
1998 Syracuse Lost, 82-44
1998 Clemson Loss, 72-60
1998 State of Arizona Lost, 78-64
1999 Purdue Lost, 96-78
1999 Wyoming Lost, 70-48
1999 Memphis Lost, 88-65
2000 Arizona Lost, 97-57
2000 UConn Lost, 77-61
2000 UNLV Lost, 90-70
2001 South Carolina Lost, 74-61
2001 Seton Hall Lost, 74-62
2001 Houston Lost, 76-73
2002 Virginia Lost, 86-76
2002 State of Arizona Lost, 101-71
2002 UMass Lost, 69-55
2003 Villanova Win, 52-49
2003 Hawaii Lost, 68-54
2003 State of San Diego Lost, 75-67
2004 Texas Lost, 84-62
2004 Louisville Lost, 93-63
2004 BYU Lost, 77-56
2005 the state of Michigan Lost, 89-67
2005 Maryland Lost, 98-69
2005 Kansas Lost, 102-54
2006 UCLA Lost, 88-63
2006 DePaul Lost, 93-74
2006 Oklahoma Lost, 72-57
2007 Marquette Lost, 74-63
2007 LSU Lost, 78-72
2007 Princeton Won, 74-70
2008 North Carolina Lost, 115-70
2008 Alabama Lost, 78-56
2008 Indiana Lost, 81-79
2009 Maryland Lost, 79-51
2009 Vanderbilt Lost, 68-41
2009 Colorado Lost, 73-58
2010 the state of Michigan Lost, 82-74
2010 Wichita State Lost, 79-58
2010 Oklahoma Win, 68-64
2011 UCLA Loss 92-60
2011 Georgetown Loss 88-61
2011 Tennessee Loss 86-60
2012 Texas Win 86-73
2012 Illinois Loss 84-61
2012 North Carolina (No. 9) Loss 112-70
two thousand and thirteen Baylor (No. 13) Loss 93-77
two thousand and thirteen Gonzaga (No. 11) Loss 113-81
two thousand and thirteen Minnesota Loss 83-68
2014 Pittsburgh Loss 81-68
2014 BYU Loss 121-85
2014 Missouri Loss 74-60
2015 Kansas (No. 5) Loss 123-72
2015 UNLV Loss 93-73
2015 St. John’s Lose 100-93
2016 North Carolina (No. 4) Loss 104-61
2016 Connecticut Loss 93-82
2016 Tennessee Loss 95-81
2017 Notre Dame Loss 83-56
2017 Michigan Loss 102-64
2017 California Win 96-72
2019 Kansas Lost, 93-63
2019 UCLA Lost, 74-48
2019 Georgia Lost, 80-77

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Chris Estrada

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