LIST: 69 student-athletes sign LOI

Kamehameha senior Braelyn Akana, with father Brendyn (left), and St. Francis senior Bubba Akana, with father Kip (right), signed letters of intent on Wednesday with the University of Hawaii. Braelyn will play volleyball and Bubba will play baseball. They are not related. Photo courtesy Kip Akana.

A total of 69 athletes in 11 different sports signed their college letters of intent at today’s 2019 Hawaii State National Letter of Intent Singing Day at the Hawaii Convention Center.

The full list is below:

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BASEBALL
Bubba Akana, St. Francis (Hawaii)
Christopher Aquino, Mililani (Cisco J.C.)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Kamalu Kamakawiwo’ole, Kalani (Utah State)
Shelby McDaniel, Kalani (University of The Cumberlands)
Kalina Obrey, Kamehameha (San Jose State)

BEACH VOLLEYBALL
Jordyn Nichols, Kamehameha (Arizona)

ROWING
Kylie Rdechor, Mid-Pacific (San Diego State)

MEN’S SOCCER
Skyler Goo, Saint Louis (UNLV)
Samuel Wren, Kapolei (Nevada)

WOMEN’S SOCCER
Kaila Ambrosio, Kamehameha (UNLV)
Breeann Andrade, St. Francis (Providence Christian College)
Saydee Bacdad, Hilo (Utah Valley)
Caitlin Bocobo, Sacred Hearts (Chaminade)
Michele Bonifacio, Kapolei (Saint Mary’s)
Camryn Cabudol, Campbell (Southern Oregon)
Taylor Caporus, Roosevelt (Hawaii)
Samantha Corney, Kapolei (La Verne)
Kiara Cuyo, Kamehameha (Holy Names)
Leah Feato, Kamehameha (SUNY Stony Brook)
Alyssa Gabriel, Kaiser (California State University San Marcos)
Paige Garcia, Castle (Clark College)
Emalia Higgins, Hawaii Prep (Colorado School of Mines)
Kaitlin Hirasa, Mililani (Warner Pacific)
Musuai Isaia, ‘Iolani (Sonoma State)
Caela Kaio, Kamehameha (UC Riverside)
Saige Kalani, Pearl City (Dominican University)
Kaulana Kanno, Kamehameha (Harvey Mudd)
Kiersten Lau, Kailua (Notre Dame de Namur)
Alyssa Lovell, Kapolei (Columbia Basin)
Maya Mau, Kaiser (Adams State)
Taryn Medeiros, Kamehameha (Hawaii Pacific)
Shaley Mercado, Kaiser (Fresno Pacific)
Nicole Olanda, Aiea (Utah Valley)
Jordyn Pacheco, Hilo (Northern Arizona)
Katherine Pothier, Campbell (Hawaii Pacific)
Kailee-Rae Quartero, Kamehameha (Portland State)
Jolina Saroca, Moanalua (Hobart William Smith College)
Hoku Schatz, Kahuku (Idaho)
Jadeyn Sumait, Kahuku (Chaminade)
Kelci Sumida, Moanalua (Hawaii)
Kaylee Sumida, Moanalua (Hawaii Pacific)
Mya Tolentino, Waipahu (Hawaii Pacific)
Chaylea Tome, Kamehameha (Puget Sound)
Taylor Venenciano, ‘Iolani (Pomona College)
Lindsey Wilson, Mililani (Chaminade)
Kierstyn Yamamoto, Keaau (California Baptist)

SOFTBALL
Aleia Agbayani, ‘Iolani (California-Berkeley)
Kailyn Barrett, ‘Iolani (Cal Poly)
Cira Bartolotti, Kapolei (Hawaii)
Jaeda Cabunoc, Roosevelt (Chaminade)
Kawena Kalani, St. Francis (North Dakota)
Ka’ena Keliinoi, St. Francis (Hawaii)
Cherise Mori, Mililani (Cal State Stanislaus)
Maya Nakamura, Roosevelt (Hawaii)
Kayli Nakoa, Kapolei (Eastern Arizona)
D’Asha Saiki, Punahou (California-Berkeley)

SWIMMING
Michael Petrides, Mid-Pacific (California-Berkeley)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Teana Adams-Kaonohi, Punahou (Kansas State)
Braelyn Akana, Kamehameha (Hawaii)
Lexis Akeo, Kamehameha (Pittsburgh)
Shelby Capllonch, Damien (UNLV)
Naya Dong, ‘Iolani (Utah)
Kristen McDaniel, ‘Iolani (N.C. State)
Gabrielle Naniseni, Mililani (Charleston Southern)
Paris Oliveira, Kamehameha (Nevada)
Nikki Saito, Maryknoll (Temple)
Sinalaulii Moheofo Uluave, Punahou (Rider University)
Grace Wee, ‘Iolani (BYU)

WOMEN’S WATER POLO
Kyra Kahahawai, Kamehameha (Azusa Pacific)

COMMENTS

  1. Leema November 14, 2018 11:02 am

    Always nice to see student athletes pursuing higher education with their talents and ambitions
    Best wishes to you all!! ##KnowledgeIsPower


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