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Amanda Palmer, editor

   

'What's your dream job?'

ESPN’s reality TV show, Dream Job, climaxed with a bright-eyed, 21-year-old college student, Mike Hall, wining a one-year Sportscenter contract worth $95,000.

   

Softball bids Aloha

May Day was the perfect day to conclude the college careers of five senior women who played their hearts out for the last time on the Lady Sea Warrior softball field at HPU’s Hawai‘i Loa campus.

   

Sullivan helped softball to winning record

In fall 2000, a fresh-faced, 5-foot 8-inch pitcher from Burbank, California, stepped onto the Sea Warrior softball field for the first time, unaware that she would one day become one of the most valuable walk-ons the HPU softball team ever had.

   

Barnett new athletic director, basketball coach

HPU has always valued its basketball program as a University hallmark. So when the position of athletic director/head coach was vacant, the school chose a hallmark coach to fill it. J.D. Barnett, noted collegiate basketball coach and strategist, was appointed to a three-year contract that began Aug. 1. The position opened when Russell Dung retired in June. Dung will remain with the school as assistant athletics director.

   

HPU's volleyball core wants more

The 2003 Lady Sea Warrior volleyball season saw a talented but unseasoned crew of newcomers surpass all expectations as the team made an improbable post-season run that took them all the way to the NCAA II Pacific Region Championship semifinals. Head Coach Reydan “Tita” Ahuna hopes last year’s “baptism of fire” helped solidify a core of returning players that this year will carry the program to the next level.

   
   

 

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