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SCOOPS AND SCORE

Jarrod Lofy, Men’s Volleyball Video Coordinator Brings Strong Work Ethic And Numbers-Driven Results

As the first University of Hawaii Men’s Volleyball player to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Jarrod Lofy understands the numbers behind what drives results.

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Coach Carmyn James' Tuna Terrific

Carmyn James, Head Coach of the University of Hawaii Track and Field Program, has shared her Tuna Pasta Salad recipe she calls 'Tuna Terrific’. This is a delicious combination of ingredients not often found in the same dish! Whether you are running a 400 meter or working hard in the office, this meal will give you the energy you need to throughout the day.

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Card Games Taught Wahine Track and Field Coach to Analyze Her Craft

In her 14 years as Head of the UH Woman’s Track and Field Program, Carmyn James has gotten used to wearing a t-shirt and shorts as her daily work attire. However, this British Colombia native vividly remembers the chilly weather and many layers of clothes she used to wear during her days coaching in her hometown.

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