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Sports

Flavia Brakling, editor

Sea Worriors ranked fourth

HPU’s volleyball team brought home four more victories, two each over Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i and Chaminade University, improving its overall record to 15-1 and climbing to fourth in the AVCA National Poll as of Oct. 13. [More]

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Lady's win UH-Hilo Invitational

Freshman Inga Burger of Germany won her first individual collegiate race as the HPU women won their fourth meet of the season at the UH-Hilo Invitational Oct. 8. The HPU men were not able to pick up a fourth team win despite having the top two finishers, Jacob Klausen and Casper Dahl.
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HPU hoops squas gives back

Giving back to the community that supports them has been the top priority for the Hawai‘i Pacific University men’s basketball team this off-season. [More]

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Lakers return to Hawai'i

The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Golden State Warriors 101-93 in a preseason exhibition game in front of 7,307 fans at the Stan Sheriff Center on Oct. 11. Kobe Bryant led the Lakers with 28 points despite sitting out the fourth quarter in order to allow the younger, less experienced players more playing time and opportunities to prove themselves. [More]

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White team suffers first loss

On October 9, HPU White fell to the Honolulu Bulls soccer club, 2-1, at the Waipio soccer complex. [More]

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HPU Athletics returns to the radio

The HPU Sports Beat has found a new home on the radio dial. The show, formerly found on KUMU 1500 AM, can now be heard live every Tuesday at 9 a.m. on Sports Radio 1420 AM with host Chris Hart.

On last week’s inaugural broadcast, guests on the show included Head Volleyball Coach Tita Ahuna, senior volleyball player Vera Olivera, and HPU’s new Athletic Director Jill Ward.

Much of the show was devoted to the HPU women’s volleyball team, which as of Oct. 13 had a 15-1 record and a No. 4 ranking in the AVCA National Poll. Other topics included changes in the school’s various athletic programs and the diversity of student athletes and their HPU experiences.

Olivera, the 2004 PacWest Conference player of the year, talked about how she had to overcome the language barrier when she came to Hawai‘i and about how she prepares for a match and sticks to a healthy diet in order to perform at the highest level.

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