Signing Day: A list of commitments

Punahou's Kaulana Makaula (USC), Duke Clemens (UCLA), Blake Feigenspan (Princeton) and Tamatoa Falatea (Princeton) at the Elks Club in Waikiki after a signing day ceremony. Photo by Craig Kojima/Star-Advertiser.

More than 50 prep athletes participated in signing day events today in Hawaii as part of National Signing Day. Most of the student-athletes participated in the Education 1st event at the Elks Club in Waikiki.

Here are links to our coverage followed by an updated list of player signings.

>> LIVE BLOG: National Signing Day 2019
>> Punahou’s Marist Liufau excited to continue Punahou-Notre Dame pipeline.
>> Polynesian Bowl helps Punahou’s Kaulana Makaula‘s USC dream come true
>> Kahuku’s Enokk Vimahi on choosing Ohio State.
>> Kamehameha’s Lokahi Pauole signs with Central Florida w/ VIDEO
>> Kamehameha’s Hoku Arias ready to seize opportunity at Hawaii w/ VIDEO

Note: A few players who signed letters of intent in December didn’t participate in any signing events until today.

Seth Garcia, Waipahu (Linfield College)
Jake Tsukada, Punahou (University of Portland)
Avery Von Herrmann, Mid-Pacific (St. Olaf College)

Reilani Roller, Castle (Shoreline College)
Keila Tsutsui, Hanalani (Corban University)

Chasten Pojas, Leilehua (Newman University)

Duke Clemens, Punahou (UCLA)
Ethan Erickson, Kahuku (Brigham Young)
Tamatoa Falatea, Punahou (Princeton)
Blake Feigenspan, Punahou (Princeton)
Siotame Haunga, St. Francis (Dixie State)
Akalea Kapono, Kamehameha (Navy)
Sitiveni Kaufusi, Punahou (Navy)
Cy Kuboyama-Hayashi, Mililani (Dixie State)
Marist Liufau, Punahou (Notre Dame)
Kaulana Makaula, Punahou (USC)
Lokahi Pauole, Kamehameha (UCF)
Justin Pfau, Pearl City (Linfield College)
Trent Shiraki, Punahou (Navy)
Etuati Storer, Lahainaluna (Chabot College)
Maninoa Tufono, Punahou (USC)
Ikaika Viela, Lahainaluna (Pacific University)
Enokk Vimahi, Kahuku (Ohio State)
Junior Wily, Saint Louis (Fullerton College)

Manhattan Fukunaga, Mililani (Hawaii-Hilo)
Kekoa Kuloloia, Mililani (Chaminade)
Lincoln Oishi, ‘Iolani (Whitworth University)
Jacob Prothero, Mililani (Hawaii-Hilo)

Taylor Arakaki, ‘Iolani (Scripps College)
Sydney Boyd, Aiea (Waldorf University)
Madison Corso, Kaiser (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Misha Tasaka, Punahou (University of Puget Sound)
Amber Williams, Waipahu (Waldorf University)

Kobe Brown, Mililani (Everett Community College)
Kaitlin Carlos, Mililani (Pacific University)
Mikayla Chun, Hawaii Baptist (Pacific Lutheran)
Aulani Garcia, St. Francis (Bellevue College)
Kailah Gates-Coyaso, Waianae (Everett College)
Rayjah Majit-Gorion, Castle (Mt. Hood College)
Chasity McKean, Kapolei (College of Southern Nevada)
Bryanna Passi, Sacred Hearts (Eastern Arizona College)
Shayla Young, Castle (Everett College)

Alfred Horner, Kamehameha (Utah)
Jamy Lum, Kamehameha (New Hampshire)
Kanoa Sawai, Kamehameha (Illinois Institute of Technology)

Judy Ann Cabico, Waipahu (Saint Martin’s University)

Ryanne Burnett, Sacred Hearts (Deleware State)
Madison Goodman, Mililani (University of Mount Olive)
Ka’ehukaiiha’amaina’e Keala, Mid-Pacific (Eastern Washington)
Starr Sergent, Mililani (University of Mount Olive)

Emma Kim, Kamehameha (La Salle)


  1. JJ February 6, 2019 3:19 pm

    Congratulations to all the student athletes!!!

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