• ‘AHAHUI KOA ĀNUENUE
    THE NON-PROFIT FUNDRAISING ARM
    OF UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII ATHLETICS
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  • H CLUB ATHLETIC FUND
    Providing value, recognition and exclusive benefits
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  • PREMIUM SEATING & PARKING
    Enjoy the best seating and parking available
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  • BOOSTER CLUB CENTRAL
    Increasing financial support for UH Athletics
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ABOUT AKA

 

‘Ahahui Koa Ānuenue (AKA) is comprised of and supported by people who have a passion for college athletics and a deep desire to see University of Hawai`i Student-Athletes succeed both on and off the field. Traits like humility, competitiveness, pride and dedication are not only learned, but reinforced through athletics. There are thousands of UH Student-Athletes who have gone on to become physicians, lawyers, tradespeople and even non-profit employees, all working for the betterment of our communities and society in general.

 

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SCOOPS AND SCORE

Coolen's Chicken in Marsala Sauce - Slow Cooker Recipe

When Rainbow Wahine Softball Coach Bob Coolen was asked to share one of his favorite recipes, he decide to choose one from his wife, Nanci’s, cookbook.  While he says he does not cook it, he “likes to eat it.” 

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H Club Athletic Fund: Creating Affinity and Support for "Hawaii's Team"

Interested in supporting UH student-athletes for as little as $50?  Can do.  Are you looking for more benefits for the support you have provided UH Athletics in the past?  Check.  Have you ever wanted your own reserved parking space at Aloha Stadium or even access to valet parking at the Stan Sheriff Center?  Absolutely.

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Laura Beeman On Coaching Hawaiian Style

Growing up in San Bernardino, California, Laura Beeman was never caught inside when the sun was up. Her tireless love for sports was matched only by her desire to compete with her older brother. Even today, Laura thinks about the one sport she was not allowed to play.  As she tells it, “I used to play baseball, softball, volleyball, and basketball. I really wanted to play football, but my parents wouldn’t let me!”

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