Mid-Pacific’s Abe to take Chaminade soccer job

Mid-Pacific boys soccer head coach Jayson Abe is leaving the Owls to become head coach at Chaminade. Kat Wade / Special to the Star-Advertiser.
Mid-Pacific boys soccer head coach Jayson Abe is leaving the Owls to become head coach at Chaminade. Kat Wade / Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Mid-Pacific’s loss is Chaminade’s gain.

Owls boys soccer coach Jayson Abe is leaving the job to take the men’s soccer job at Chaminade, according to Mid-Pacific athletic director Scott Wagner.

Abe led the Owls to two straight Division II state championships before moving up to Division I and making the state tournament this season.


The Owls (10-2-3) finished in second place in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu regular season and then lost to Kapolei in the first round of the states before winning two consolation games for a seventh-place finish out of 12 teams.

Wagner is looking for a new soccer coach and will be taking applications until March 24. Resumes and a letter of relevant experience and qualifications can be sent to: Mid-Pacific Athletics, 2445 Ka‘ala St., Honolulu, HI, 96822 or swagner@midpac.edu.

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