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Sports

Kaylee Norborikawa, editor

Cheer team gets new head coach

The Office of Student Life has named Garrin Gosnell as the new Head Cheer Coach for Hawai‘i Pacific University. [More]


Garrin Gosnell, HPU’s new head cheer coach

Courtesy Student Life

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HPU softball gears up for season

It’s the beginning of a new year and a new season as the HPU women’s softball team gets ready to hit the field on Feb. 3. [More]

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HPU men drop conference openers to GCU Antelopes

HPU men’s basketball opened conference play to two tough losses to Grand Canyon University Jan. 3 and 4 at the Neal Blaisdell Center, 54-49 and 58-50, respectively. [More]


HPU guard Kevin Schneider
makes a key steal as he
dives and taps the ball to
HPU forward Brandon Lee near the end of the Jan. 4
game against Grand
Canyon University at Neal
S. Blaisdell Center.

Photo by Rick Bernico

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HPU women improving, continue to struggle in conference

Following a 102-52 defeat against Grand Canyon University Jan. 3, the HPU women’s basketball team fared better against the towering Antelopes (five 6-foot-plus players to HPU’s one—Jocelyne Norris), but still lost their 13th game of the season, 92-49. [More]

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Getting it straight

The Dec. 4 issue womens’ basketball article was written by Natalie Winson, which underscores for student writers the importance of including, on all their work, a by-line.

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