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Sports

Kaylee Norborikawa, editor

 
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Sea warriors slash swords

HPU delivered two strong performances Jan. 30, with the Lady Sea Warriors topping the Lady Silverswords 69-55, and the men falling short of an upset against undefeated Chaminade, 80-72. Karras Blate dropped 18 points in the win for the Lady Sea Warriors, with Jason Curtis posting a career high 28 points in the loss for the HPU men. [More]


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Sea warrior basketball split doubleheader

The Lady Sea Warriors dropped two games to the University of Hawai‘i-Hilo Vulcans, 94-90 on Jan. 11 and 86-73 on Jan. 12 at the Neal Blaisdell Center. [More]

 



Sophomore Rishi Kakad goes head to head with BYU-Hawai-i's Marques Whippy at the Neal Blaisdell Arena

Photo by Susie Lin

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HPU cheerleaders compete at College National competition

HPU’s national championship cheer program sent 18 cheerleaders to the Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) College Nationals competition at Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida, January 14-21. [More]


All-Girl Group UCA with their trophy

Courtesy Student Life

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HPU honors legendary Coach Sellito

HPU honored legendary coach Tony Sellitto at halftime of the Feb. 9 men’s basketball game against Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i. Sellitto was the HPU athletics director and men’s basketball coach from 1988-2002, amassing 298 wins and an NAIA National Title in 1993. Participating in the ceremonies honoring Sellitto was ESPN Sportcenter Anchor Neil Everett, himself a former member of the HPU Athletics Department. [More]


Coach Tony Sellito shows off the commemorative plaque given to him by HPU President Chatt Wright

Photo by Susie Lin

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HPU Women's Tennis starts strong

After waiting out a rainy morning, the HPU women’s tennis team opened its 2008 spring season with a double-header against Chaminade University at Patsy Mink’s Central O‘ahu Regional Park on Feb. 2. [More]


Elena Hudzikova strikes hard at the season opener

CourtesyLauren Conching

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New champion coach for HPU Women's Soccer

Michele Nagamine was officially announced on Feb. 4th as the new Women’s Soccer Coach at Hawai‘i Pacific University. The press conference was held at the HPU downtown campus, at the International Conference Room with PacWest Conference Commissioner Bob Hogue, and HPU Athletics Director and Men’s Basketball Coach Darren Vorderbruegge. [More]


Michelle Nagamine

Photo by Susie Lin

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HPU softball team prepares for Regionals in May

As PacWest Conference Champions, the HPU Sea Warrior softball team begins the 2008 season with a doubleheader on Saturday, Feb. 2 to defend its title against Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i. The game was canceled due to bad weather and rescheduled to Monday, Feb. 18 at BYU-Hawai‘i. First pitch is set for 12:00 p.m. The Sea Warriors also canceled their road trip to Hilo due to bad weather and will open the season with a televised game on OC-16 against BYU-Hawai‘i on Saturday, Feb. 16 at 3:00 p.m. at Patsy Mink’s Central O‘ahu Regional Park. [More]


Head Coach Okita

File Photo

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