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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

Off the Field with AKA: Men’s Volleyball Coach Charlie Wade

On June 10th, 2015 I was able to sit down with men’s volleyball coach Charlie Wade and get his views on a few different topics that were close to him and his philosophy as a coach. 

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Coach Mike Baker's Three Cheers Pancakes

University of Hawaii Cheer Coach Mike Baker shares his nutritious and delicious pancake recipe to kick off your mornings with excitement and spirit! Gluten Free, Low Carb, Lactose Free are three major positives about these pancakes, and the great taste, texture and high protein gives everyone something to cheer about!

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Rainbow Connection: Life on the Road. Rainbow Wahine in Europe (Episode 2)

Outside Hitter Nikki Taylor #8 is a junior at the Univeristy of Hawaii. She was born in Honolulu and attended Kaiser High School where she lettered three seasons in volleyball. She started 26 games for UH as a freshman in 2013 and was named first team all-Big West. In her sophomore season she started 21 games as an outside hitter after overcoming an early season injury. She was once again named first team all-Big West in 2014 and earned Big West's Defesnsive Player of the Week award for recording a triple-double versus Cal Poly in November. 

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