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Erinne McGee and Kaylee Noborikawa, editor

Volleyball seniors Martin and Sekigawa honored in final home match

After rallying past NCAA opponent Dixie State College on Oct. 24, the HPU women’s volleyball team fell short against undefeated Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i in its final home match of the season. Although the third-ranked Seasiders were without their hitting stud Michelle “Tuli” Peters, they managed to outlast the Lady Sea Warriors, 30-25, 30-21, 27-30, and 30-28, on Oct. 25 at the Neal Blaisdell Center. [More]

Outside hitter Barbara Martin.

Defensive specialist Mellisa Sekigama.

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Men’s soccer finishes their season with win over Chaminade in finale

The HPU men’s soccer team capped off their inaugural season in the NCAA on Saturday, Oct. 28, with a 4-1 win over Chaminade. [More]


HPU soccer’s local guys: (l. to r.) Michael DeCaires, Michael King, Matt Martinez, Matt Terry, Max Anton, James Terry.

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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HPU welcomes
women’s basketball

With the mission statement: “On a mission, building tradition,” HPU welcomes the first ever Lady Sea Warriors basketball team to the Division II PacWest Conference. [More]

 

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Men’s basketball to play season opener on Nov. 16

Get ready basketball fans, your season is here. Men’s basketball is back rebuilding for an action-packed season. Expect to see new faces, different techniques, and stronger team bonding on the court. [More]

The HPU Men’s Basketball team opened its season as part of the Halloween Hoop-la festivities by displaying their skills on the court.

Photo by Eddie London

 

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