Sports

UH-Hilo Lands 78 Athletes on Academic All-PWC List

June 25, 2015, 5:14 PM HST
* Updated June 25, 5:32 PM
Listen to this Article
3 minutes
Loading Audio...
A
A
A

The University of Hawai’i at Hilo placed 69 student athletes on the All-PacWest Academic list for the 2014-2015 season.

Baseball and men’s soccer placed the most athletes on the list with 13 each. Women’s soccer followed with 12.

On the flip side, men’s golf and men’s basketball each placed just one person on the list. Women’s golf and men’s tennis each placed four.

UH-Hilo’s top student athletes were women’s soccer player Kailah Buchanan and women’s basketball player Alia Alvarez, both maintaining a 3.92 grade point average. Buchanan is majoring in Marine Science, and Alvarez is studying psychology.

In order to make the list, athletes must be eligible for practice or participation in their sport and maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average.

ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW AD

In all, a total of 1,488 students from all of the conference’s schools earned All-PacWest Academic recognition.

ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW AD

2015 Academic All-PacWest list

University of Hawai’i at Hilo students

Baseball

ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW AD

Jordyn Ah Chong (Jr.) – 3.24 GPA

Keanu Arke (So.) – 3.30

Micah Carter (Fr.) – 3.88

William Cleary (Jr.) – 3.35

Jarin Kadooka (Sr.) – 3.57

Reese Kato (So.) – 3.33

Samuel Kim (Sr.) – 3.10

Sean Nearhoof (Jr.) – 3.27

Keenan Nishioka (Jr.) – 3.52

Jonathan Segovia (Fr.) – 3.14

Michael Slifer (Sr.) – 3.04

Phillip Steering (Fr.) – 3.67

Micah Yogi (RS-So.) – 3.48

Men’s Basketball

Joey Rodriguez (Sr.) – 3.25

Women’s Basketball

Alia Alvarez (Jr.) – 3.92

Jordan Kealoha (Sr.) – 3.29

Feli Kolb (Jr.) – 3.50

Danielle Kooyman (Sr.) – 3.56

Aliyah Pana (Fr.) – 3.45

Hayley Reynolds (Sr.) – 3.09

Keani Shirai (Fr.) – 3.84

Women’s Cross Country

Jordan Concannon (Sr.) – 3.53

Anna Baker Mikkelsen (Fr.) – 3.86

Kaylee Rapoza (So.) – 3.17

Shelby Tanaka (Jr.) – 3.80

Megan Washburn (So.) – 3.44

Men’s Golf

David Tottori, Jr. (Fr.) – 3.42

Women’s Golf

Shannon Abarra (So.) – 3.10

Andi Igawa (Fr.) – 3.50

Erika Morihiro (Sr.) – 3.48

Kristen Sawada (RS-Jr.) – 3.31

Men’s Soccer

Adam Colton (Jr.) – 3.11

Maxwell Darris (Jr.) – 3.28

Andrew Dawrs (RS-Fr.) – 3.19

Cassidy Dixon (So.) – 3.30

Tyler Hoffman (So.) – 3.20

Cody Inagaki (So.) – 3.23

Joshua Jasper (Jr.) – 3.65

Erik Lund (Fr.) – 3.80

Jordan Scrivener (Jr.) – 3.54

Justin Shiigi (So.) – 3.81

Bennjamin Siemers (So.) – 3.56

Zachary Solarte (So.) – 3.12

George Wakefield (Jr.) – 3.46

Women’s Soccer

Kailah Buchanan (So.) – 3.92

Kayla Clarke (Jr.) – 3.13

Caili Ebaniz (So.) – 3.63

Kahri Golden (Jr.) – 3.45

Lauren Grace-Finley (Sr.) – 3.26

Alexandra Marlin (Sr.) – 3.60

Nicole Rascon (Jr.) – 3.42

Kayela Santiago (Fr.) – 3.28

Caroline Stromick (Sr.) – 3.70

Abcde Zoller (So.) – 3.60

Softball

Angela Aguinaga (Jr.) – 3.21

Colleen Aubrey (Sr.) – 3.47

Emily Greene (Sr.) – 3.28

Rachel Greer-Smith (Sr.) – 3.45

Brittany Huff (Jr.) – 3.30

Stephanie Pasco (RS-Fr.) – 3.17

Danielle Pulido (So.) – 3.33

Vanessa Salinas (Sr.) – 3.24

Danielle Wilson (So.) – 3.32

Men’s Tennis

Thomas Dois (Sr.) – 3.42

Nicolas Franco (Sr.) – 3.49

Kainoa Rosa (Jr.) – 3.78

Ryan Torio (Jr.) – 3.78

Women’s Tennis

Trixie Croad (So.) – 3.72

Robin Lockwood (RS-Jr.) – 3.26

Bianca Novotna (Jr.) – 3.66

Rachel Sugiyama (Sr.) – 3.05

Kinsey Volkart (RS-Jr.) – 3.06

Volleyball

Trixie Croad (So.) – 3.72

Mariya Heidenrich (Fr.) – 3.16

Marley Strand-Nicolaisen (So.) – 3.27

Kyndra Trevino-Scott (So.) – 3.31

Abbey Wade (Sr.) – 3.23

Stacey Witt (Sr.) – 3.37

Other Big Island student athletes

Baseball

Hawai’i Pacific: Dorian Rivera (RS-Jr.) – 3.04, Ryan Torres Torioka (So.) – 3.08

Holy Names: Micah Ashburn (Sr.) – 3.039

Men’s Basketball

Chaminade: Amu Rosen (RS-So.) – 3.00

Men’s Golf

Notre Dame de Namur: Ryley Chong (So.) – 3.74

Softball

Academy of Art: Jasmine Dickenson (UH-Hilo transfer, RS-Sr.) – 3.16

Chaminade: Chelsea Camello (Jr.) – 3.35

Men’s Tennis

Holy Names: Prycen Haas (UH-Hilo transfer, Sr.) – 3.572

Comments

This comments section is a public community forum for the purpose of free expression. Although Big Island Now encourages respectful communication only, some content may be considered offensive. Please view at your own discretion. View Comments

Newsletters

Get a quick summary of what’s happening on the Big Island with our daily & weekly email of news highlights.