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Kaylee Norborikawa, editor

 

Reaching for the top!

The HPU Cheer Team reprises its national-championship-winning performance for students April 18 on Fort Street Mall.

Photo by Eddie London

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Student athletes adjust to life after sports

During college, students must learn how to prioritize, balancing school work, extracurricular activities, family, and often a job. [More]


Benny Agbayani


Dawn Penebacker

Lynette Dias
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Tennis teams prepare for regionals

With the season coming to a close, the HPU men’s tennis team is peaking at the right time. On April 14, the Sea Warriors (12-4) defeated the University of Hawai‘i-Hilo, 6-3, at the Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i campus. [More]


Henrik Bode lunges for the
ball.

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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Pain can haunt former H.S. athletes

No pain, no gain. No guts, no glory. Run faster, jump higher, play harder. These are all things I told myself on a daily basis to cope with the pain of high school athletics. [More]

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Coach Howard Okita: The force behind HPU softball powerhouse

With only a few games remaining in the season, the HPU softball team has established itself as a force in the Western Region. The 2007 Lady Sea Warriors are vying for a conference championship and a postseason selection, and the man behind it all is Co-Head Coach Howard Okita. [More]


Softball coach Howard
Okita cleans up the infield.

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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Elizabeth O’Brien resigns as head coach

Liz O’Brien has resigned as head coach of the Hawai‘i Pacific University women’s basketball team. The Lady Sea Warriors finished with an overall record of 2-25, with both wins coming in Pacific West Conference play. Coach O’Brien served as one of four head coaches to lead their programs in this statewide inaugural season of NCAA Division II women’s basketball. [More]


Liz O’Brien

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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Sportsmanship prevails in HPU Soccer Cup
GSO takes first place in championship

In heated matches, Latin Jesus took on the Natural-born Vikings, while Borat International battled Tutti Frutti. [More]


The Graduate Student
Organization poses for a
team picture after the Fifth
Annual HPU Soccer Cup
, held at the Atherton soccer
fields.

Photo by Soli Sadeghian

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HPU scoreboard

Men’s baseball
April 12: HPU vs. Grand Canyon, 3-11, 7-8
April 13: HPU vs. Grand Canyon, 2-8, 13-4
April 14: HPU vs. Grand Canyon, 4-5, 9-14

Women’s softball
March 30: HPU vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 1-0
HPU vs. Cal State Bakersfield, 7-1
March 31: HPU vs. San Francisco State,10-9
HPU vs. Chico State,10-2
HPU vs. Sonoma State, 0-1
April 1: HPU vs. Humboldt State, 1-2
April 7: HPU vs. Chaminade, 9-0, 24-1
April 11: HPU vs. Biola 0-1, 3-2
April 17: HPU vs. BYU-Hawai‘i, 11-0, 9-1

Men’s golf
April 1-3: Grand Canyon Thunderbird Invitational
HPU: 15th place, 306, 328, 327

Men’s tennis
March 21: HPU vs. Wisconsin-Eau Clair, 9-0
March 23: HPU vs. Montana State Billings, 5-1
HPU vs. Metropolitan State-Denver, 9-0
March 24: HPU vs. Azusa Pacific, 2-7
March 25: HPU vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 9-0
March 26: HPU vs. UC San Diego, 4-5
April 5: HPU vs. Brigham Young-Hawai‘i, 4-5
April 6: HPU vs. Grossmont College, 9-0
April 9: HPU vs. Grossmont College, 8-1
April 14: HPU vs. UH-Hilo, 6-3

Women’s tennis
March 23: HPU vs. Montana State Billings, 9-0
HPU vs. Metropolitan State-Denver, 9-0
March 24: HPU vs. University of West Florida, 2-6
March 25: HPU vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 7-2
HPU vs. Grand Canyon, 9-0
March 26: HPU vs. UC San Diego, 8-1
April 5: HPU vs. Brigham Young-Hawai‘i, 1-8
April 12: HPU vs. Grand Canyon, 6-0
April 13: HPU vs. UH-Hilo, 7-1
April 14: HPU vs. Brigham Young-Hawai‘i, 0-6

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HPU softball ranked first in PacWest
Lady Sea Warriors upset UH-Hilo, winning three of four games

The no. 22-ranked HPU women’s softball team swept no. 15-ranked University of Hawai‘i-Hilo, 2-1 and 4-3, April 15 at Sea Warrior Field. [More]


HPU shortstop Kara
Wedemeyer gets ready for
the upcoming hit.

Courtesy HPU Athletics

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