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Kaylee Norborikawa, editor

 
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HPU honors Scholar Athletes at spring award banquet

Hundreds of HPU athletes, coaches, staff, and faculty gathered at Dole Cannery May 3 for the 2007 HPU Athletic Awards Banquet, an annual event that climaxes with the naming of the University’s top male and female scholar-athletes. Attendees were welcomed by Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Darren Vorderbruegge, who referred to the motto on the event program: “Success is knowing that you gave everything you had, and looking back with no regrets.”  [More]


Left to right, Zach Giano, head cheer coach Garrin Gosnell and Savanna Sibley.

Photo by Rick Bernico

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HPU women’s volleyball rebound for 2007 season

Following a stumbling 2006, the HPU women’s volleyball team is back on its feet and ready to challenge any team that comes its way, according to volleyball Head Coach Daryl Kapis. [More]

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Learn digital imaging

Learn PhotoShop as it is applicable to broadcast video. Before graphics move across your screen, they are created in PhotoShop. This is the first course in the motion graphics series.

COM 3910-C
Mondays 5:15-8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Douglas Ing, phone (808) 544-8039

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HPU Athletics Calendar [More]

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Play Ball! Island winter baseball makes comeback

The air begins to cool and summer has come to an end, marking the beginning of homeruns, double plays, brush backs, and strikeouts of September baseball. But in Hawai‘i? Yes, Hawai‘i Winter Baseball, the only professional sports league in Hawai‘i, is back for the second year in a row, after a nine-year hiatus, for its seventh season in the islands. The league, which features top prospects from the United States and Asia, is scheduled to start play in mid-September. [More]


Hawai‘i Winter Baseball players turn a double play.

Courtesy hawaiiwinterbaseball.com

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Highlighting Hawai‘i Winter Baseball alumni

Ichiro Suzuki, a former member of the Orix Blue Waves organization, played for the Hilo Stars in 1993. He was named the first ever HWB most valuable player (MVP) in 1993. In 2001, Suzuki became the first Japanese-born position player in MLB. He won the American League MVP and Rookie of the Year awards that year. In 2004, he broke the 84-year-old major league record for most hits in a season with 262. [More]


Ichiro Suzuki

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Chi Alpha Sigma members inducted

The spring Athletic awards banquet also witnessed the induction of new members of HPU’s chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma. The national honor society for collegiate student-athletes celebrates those who excel both in the classroom and on their respective playing fields.

This year’s inductees are:

Matt Keller (golf): pre-med, 3.81 GPA.
Zachary Parnell (baseball): marketing/international business, 3.83 GPA.
Adam Reinking (men’s basketball): entrepreneurial studies, 3.40 GPA.
Preston Sims (men’s soccer): business, 3.80 GPA.
Tina Stoum (women’s soccer): political science, 4.00 GPA.
Nichole Loschke (women’s golf): journalism, 3.81 GPA.

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