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Sports

Kaylee Norborikawa, editor

Softball alumni game:
Yap, Kalakau carry team to 12-4 win

The HPU Lady Sea Warriors softball team defeated the HPU alumni team 12-4 at Sea Warrior Field on the windward Hawai‘i Loa campus Feb. 10. Clerisse Lemke pitched three innings and recorded the win. Kristin Fujii took the loss for the alumni team. [More]


The HPU softball team poses with the alumni team before the game.

Photo by Jarnett Lono

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Men’s baseball improve to 3-6

After a rough start of the season, HPU, junior Paul Nishimura’s grand slam in game four helped the Sea Warriors win three out of a four-game series against the Lions of Patten University Feb 26 and 27 at Central O‘ahu Regional Park in Waipio. [More]


Paul Nishimura
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The next Psychology Symposium will be March 21, at 12:30 pm in Room 306 on the 3rd floor of the 1132 Bishop St. (FH) building. Warren Loos, Ph.D., will give a presentation concerning Health Psychology. A reception with free food and beverages will follow. For more information, call or e-mail Program Chair Vincent G. Tsushima, at 544-1410 or at vtsushima@hpu.edu or Psychology ClubPresident Stacy Lenze at hpupsychclub@yahoo.com.

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Save money, work out in nature’s gym

People generally associate exercise and fitness with working out in a gym and paying for a membership. What people often overlook is the fact that one can get an effective, safe, and free workout without ever setting foot in a gym. [More]

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HPU men stumble on senior night, 93-68

It was a night of hard-hitting play, missed field goals, and poor calls by the referees. No, HPU didn’t get a new football team; it was senior night for the HPU men’s basketball team against long-time rival, Chaminade University. [More]


Rishi Kakad soared over
Chaminade’s Dan Wendt to
make a basket for the Sea
Warriors. HPU lost to the
Silverswords, 93-68, on
senior night.

Photo by Rick Bernico

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Lady Sea Warriors bow to Chaminade on senior night

The HPU women’s basketball team fell short to the Chaminade University Silverswords, 68-60, at the Kilauea Recreation Center on Feb. 22. [More]

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HPU women’s, men’s teams enjoy mixed play

Women’s basketball

On Feb. 7, the HPU women’s basketball team slipped past Notre Dame de Namur University, 67-57, to grasp its second win of the season. Three Lady Sea Warriors ended in double-digits, led by Ashley Jenkins with 20 points. [More]

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