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Baxter Cepeda, editor

New A.D ready to raise the bar

HPU’s new Athletic Director, Jill Ward, brings a lot of experience to the table and has a lot of plans for the rebirth of HPU’s Athletic program.
Ward’s main goal is to make all of the sports at HPU national competitors. She says that she is trying to accomplish that by gaining more support and sponsors. “I’m very excited about the volleyball team, which is ranked fifth in the country and has a 9-1 record,” Ward said of Tita Ahuna’s Lady Sea Warriors. [More]

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HPU hosts tennis jam

Free food, music, prizes from Adidas and Wilson Racquet, a Cardio Tennis demonstration, and more will be available to HPU students who come to the Pau Hana Tennis Jam at the windward Hawai‘i Loa campus tennis courts 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.Oct. 28. [More]

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Lady Sea Warriors sweeps home opener

The Lady Sea Warriors swept Notre Dame de Namur University, 30-11, 30-14, and 30-12, in their home opener. With the victory, HPU volleyball improved its record to 10-1. Its only loss occured to California State University San Bernadino, which ranks number two in the nation, according to AVCA Division II Poll. [More]

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Danes lead HPU cross country teams to individual, team victory

The PacWest Conference will never look at Danish in the same way again. Denmark’s Jacob Klausen and fellow Dane, Louise Brasen, won the men’s and women’s titles, respectively, of the Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i Invitational in Laie Sept. 24. Both HPU teams also took the team titles. [More]

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