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Flavia Brakling, editor


Sea Worriors ranked fourth

The Lady Sea Warriors moved up to second in the AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 poll after four straight-set victories over Ursuline College, University of Hawai‘i-Hilo (twice), and Lee University. [More]


"Tita" Ahuna
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HPU basketball team hopes to a "running" start

The 2005-06 HPU basketball team looks to run circles around their opponents. Literally.
Kelly Wells and his coaching staff have assembled an athletic team that has the ability to sprint the course of the game, yet last through the fourth quarter.
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Finis Harwell

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Junior Barbara Martin named player of the week

Barbara Martin was named Pacific West Conference player of the week on Oct. 17 for the second time this season. The 6-3 middle blocker received the honor for the first time, on Sept. 19. [More]

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Friis' Sea Warriors four for four at PacWest Championship

Four for four.
Christian Friis, in his second season as head coach of the men’s and women’s cross country squads, led runners Inga Burger and Jacob Klausen to individual titles and his teams to PacWest Conference titles Oct. 22 at Central O‘ahu Regional Park. [More]

Inga Burger and Jacob Klausen
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HPU Green denies Nos. 2 and 3 ranked Bulls and HPU White

HPU’s Green soccer team has a new face this fall. About two thirds of last season’s Green Team has left the islands, and its new players are from all over the world. Despite so many new players, expectations are high, according to Coach Frank Doyle. [More]

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HPU Green Team full of new faces

HPU’s Green soccer team has a new face this fall. About two thirds of last season’s Green Team has left the islands, and its new players are from all over the world. Despite so many new players, expectations are high, according to Coach Frank Doyle. [More]

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