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Flavia Brakling, editor


HPU Sea Worriors Academic Corner

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Outside hitter Flavia Brakling and middle blocker Barbara Martin are Sea Warrior student athletes who pound the books as hard as they hammer the ball on the volleyball court. [More]

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Burger hurt at Regionals, women finish 11th

What goes down sometimes stays down.
PacWest Conference champion Inga Burger stepped in a gopher hole and went down with an ankle injury while running in 10th place during the NCAA West Regional Championships at Chino, Calif. Nov. 6, and the Lady Sea Warriors finished 11th. [More]

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New basketball coach welcomes challenges

Kelly Wells is no stranger to challenges and hard work. As a basketball player at Rowan County High in Morehead, Ky., Wells’ work ethic garnered him First-Team All-State honors in both his junior and senior years. In 2003, seven years after becoming the coach of Mason County High in Maysville, Ky., Wells took his team to a state championship. [More]


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No. 2 HPU downs Chaminade

The Lady Sea Warriors remain second in the nation according to the AVCA Division II Top-25 Coaches Poll, after two straight wins over Chaminade University on Nov. 1 and 2 at Blaisdell Arena. With the victories, HPU improved its record to 10-0 in the conference, winning the PacWest Conference for the third consecutive time. [More]


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Women's soccer looks to future

The HPU women’s soccer team lost 2-1 to He Kini Popo, Oct. 30, for a 4-2-1 record with only two games left in the regular season. They still have high hopes for the future, however, because of experience and team chemistry. [More]

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