York assembles 2015 Trojans football staff

Mililani football coach Rod York announced his staff for 2015 recently.


Attention to detail is something Mililani coach Rod York believes is ultra important. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser.
Head coach Rod York will once again serve as the Trojans’ offensive coordinator. Roland Mason is the defensive coordinator. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser.

The Trojans staff is listed below.


>> Head coach and offensive coordinator: Rod York
>> Wide receivers: Moe Tauilo
>> Wide receivers: Rusty Alama
>> Slotbacks: Tito Sallas
>> Offensive line: Hideki Aoki
>> Quarterbacks: Joshua Ursery
>> Running backs: Jeff Cadiz
>> Defensive line: Thor Salanoa
>> Defensive line: Silila Malepeai
>> Defensive coordinator: Roland Mason
>> Linebackers: Kendall Purcell
>> Linebackers: Ma‘a Tanuvasa
>> Defensive backs: Mike Lundy
>> Defensive backs: John Kupau


COMMENTS

  1. PinkSushi May 31, 2015 5:46 am

    wow, look at the star power of that staff. Thor Salanoa started at BYU during their glory years. Maa Tanuvasa started on a Super Bowl winning team. Silili Malepeai started at Oregon during thier Pac-10 championship year. Kendall Purcell signed with BYU but hurt his neck and never would play again. Thor Salanoia works at Halawa. Who knows where the others work?


  2. Cj June 1, 2015 1:48 pm

    The Thor Salanoa you see on there is his son Thor Salanoa jr. His father is a coach at Radford but his son was a standout D-end at radford that fitted the prototype of D-ends you see like Kk and Kaimana Padello and played for the University of Utah when they beat Alabama in the sugar bowl in 2008 and was ranked the number 2 college football team in the country and Utah is now apart of the pac-12


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