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Leahi 95 Premier - GU18 State Cup Champions

95 Premier - State Cup Champs - 2013

Congratulations to Leahi 95 Premier on winning the 6th US Youth Soccer Hawaii State Cup Championships. 95 Premier went 3-0 in the tournament with wins over Riggers, Maui United and HSC Bulls.  95 Premier will represent Leahi and Hawaii in the US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in June, here in Hawaii. Congrats 95 Premier!

Leahi Dominates Honolulu Star-Advertiser Girls All State Soccer Team(s)


Photo Courtesy: DENNIS ODA /
DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

7 of the 11 players on the Star-Advertiser's Girls All State Soccer First team hail from Leahi Soccer Club, 5 from Leahi 95 Premier.  Congratulations to Taylor Kipilii (Iolani/ 95 Premier) on being named 2013 Player of the Year.  1st Team members include: Kama Pascua (Iolani/ 95 Premier), Storm Kenui (Moanalua/ 95 Premier), Dempsey Banks (Punahou/ 95 Premier), Jensen Toner (Punahou/95 Premier), TJ Reyno (Mililani/ 96 Premier) and Tasalina Leoso (Mililani/ Leahi 96 Maile).  Kipilii will attend the United States Naval Academy in the Fall, while Pascua, Kenui and Reyno will stay home and represent the University of Hawaii. Toner will take her talents to USC while Banks will head east to Cornell University. Leoso is a Junior.

Leahi also dominated the 2nd Team All State with 7 of the 11 players from Leahi SC. The following were selectioned: Sonest Furtado (Waianae/ 96 Premier), Kawai Makue (Kamehameha/ 96 Premier), Nycole Mitsuyasu (Iolani/ 97 Premier), Ashley Park Hunt (Iolani/ 95 Premier), Summer Burnett (Kamehameha/ 95 Premier), Isabelle Delgado (Moanalua/ 95 Premier) and Noelani Kong-Johnson (Punahou/ 97 Premier).  Delgado will attend UNLV in the Fall while while Burnett will become a Bulldog at the University of Georgia.  Congratulations to all on a great High School season.

HYSA Presidents' Day Cup GU11 Champions - Leahi 02 Blue!02 Blue- PDC Champs

National Letter of Intent Signing Day - 2/6/2013
Leahi Soccer Club would like to recognize the following members on signing National Letter of Intent to become a student-athlete at the college of their choice. Leahi strongly encourages ALL of it's members to continue their education after high school.13 Leahi SC members participated in the PIAA Letter Signing Ceremony at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel on the first day high school students can sign.  Congratulations to the Class of 2013!

Leahi 95 Premier@ NLI Signing Day

Leahi 95 Premier:

Dempsey Banks (Punahou) - Cornell University
Summer Burnett (Kamehameha) - University of Georgia
Isabelle "Izzy" Delgado (Moanalua) - University of Nevada Las Vegas
Anu Kahele-Manners (Moanalua) - Hawaii Pacific University
Storm Kenui (Moanalua) - University of Hawaii Manoa
Taylor Kipilii (Iolani) - United States Naval Academy
Kealakekua Makekau (Sacred Hearts) - Western Oregon University
Kamalani Pascua (Iolani) - University of Hawaii Manoa
Jensen Toner (Punahou) - University of Southern California

Leahi 96 Premier@ NLI Signing Day

Leahi 96 Premier:

Kailey "Peanut" Nishimura (St Andrews Priory) - Cal Baptist
Madison Reed (Mililani) - University of Hawaii Manoa
Tierra "TJ" Reyno (Mililani) - University of Hawaii Manoa
Shaney Sakamoto (Kamehameha) - St. Louis University

Congratulations HHSAA Girls Soccer State Champions  - Iolani Raiders (Div 1) & MPI Owls (Div 2)
Leahi Soccer Club wishes to extend is congratulations to ALL it's members that represented their schools during the recently completed 12-13 season. We would especially like to recognize our members that claimed State titles.  Coach Kris Masunaga (Leahi '81) and Jamie Shoma Loo (Leahi '82) lead Iolani to it's first ILH and State title in 13 years. Leahi members helping Iolani claim the title are: Kama Pascua, Ashley Park-Hunt, Taylor Kipilii (95 Premier); Kylie Takafuji (96 Premier); Nikki Mitsuyasu, Pikake Kaneshiro, Megan Goo, Kamerin Fong (97 Premier); Kristen Hori (97 Maile); Rachel Bowler (98 Premier). Leahi also extends congratulations to the Mid-Pacific Owls who won their third straight State championship. Leahi members are: Julie Khil (95 Premier); Mari Tateishi, Michelle Simmons, Mahina Quinn (96 Maile); Kayla Watanabe (98 Premier); Kristin Yasui (98 Maile). Congratulations to all!

Leahi Leads HHSAA All-Tournament Teams
Leahi Soccer Club is proud to recognize the following members that were named to the HHSAA All Tournament teams.  For Division 1, they are: Kama Pascua, Ashley Park-Hunt, Taylor Kipilii (95 Premier/ Iolani); Dempsey Banks, Jensen Toner (95 Premier/ Punahou); TJ Reyno- 96 Premier/Mililani HS); Nikki Mitsuyasu (97 Premier/Iolani).  For Division 2, they are: Julie Khil (95 Premier/MPI).  Khil was also named "Co Most Outstanding Player" of the Division 2 State Tournament.

                     

Leahi 96 Premier @ Disney Soccer Showcase in Orlando

96 Premier at Disney

Leahi 03 Blue - 2012 Rush Thanksgiving Tournament Champions - GU10

Leahi 03 Blue - Thanksgiving Champions 2012

Leahi 02 Blue - 2012 Rush Thanksgiving Tournament Champions - GU11

Leahi 02 Blue Champs - 2012 Thanksgiving Tournament

 

 

 Alumnae News:
Alana Munger Named UCLA/Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week. Redshirt junior goalkeeper picked up first career win.
Click here for link to full story.

Leahi 2000 Premier Claims Beaverton Cup Championship!

 2012 Beaverton Cup Champs

Congratulations to the Leahi 2000 Premier Players, Coaches and Parents on winning the GU13 Division of the Beaverton Cup held in Beaverton, Oregon. Great Job ladies!

Leahi '01 Blue Claims Rainier Challenge Cup Championship!

 2012 Rainier Challenge Champs

 Congratulations to Leahi '01 Blue for winning the Rainier Challenge Cup in Seattle Washington.

 Leahi Over-50s Win the 2012 USASA Vet Cup Championship!

 2012 Vet Cup Champs - Leahi O-50

 

 

 

 

State Champships Logo

 

 

Leahi Claims 5 HYSA State Championships!

 

Congratulations to:

GU19 Champion - Leahi 95 Premier

GU16 Champion - Leahi 96 Premier

GU15 Champion - Leahi 97 Premier

GU13 Champion - Leahi 99 Premier

GU12 Champion - Leahi 2000 Premier

 Leahi SC Wins 4 US Youth Soccer HAWAII State Cup Championships!

GU17 Champion - Leahi 95 Premier
GU16 Champion - Leahi 96 Premier
GU15 Champion - Leahi 97 Premier
GU14 Champion - Leahi 98 Premier

 

Leahi Tryout Schedule Announced

Leahi Soccer Club Tryouts for the 2012-2013 season have now concluded, however, we still have openings on many teams. If you are interested in joining a Leahi Soccer Club team, please contact us as stated below. If you are interested in a tryout for any of the below listed teams, please contact the coach to arrange a date and time.

99 Premier: Jorge Barbosa Email: barbosaj001@hawaii.rr.com Cell: (808)368-0538
95 Premier: Scott Keopuhiwa Email: srk@hawaii.rr.com

 

2012 Las Vegas Friendship Cup Over-50 Champions

 Leahi O-50 LV Champs

 Johnson Named Head Coach at Punahou

Leahi Soccer Club congratulates alumnae and current Leahi '03 White Coach Starr Johnson on being named Girls Varsity Head Coach at Punahou School. Johnson played at Punahou and later at the University of Oregon. For more on her appointment, see the related link below. Congrats Coach Starr! http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/17380709/starr-johnson-hired-as-punahou-soccer-coach

 Leahi 2002 Blue - HYSA President's Day Cup Champions

'02 Blue - 2012 HYSA PDC Champs

 

 2011-2012 Honolulu StarAdvertiser Hawaii All-State Girls Soccer Team

Leahi Soccer Club is proud to recognize 9 of the 11 members of the All-State Girls Soccer team are members of Leahi Soccer Club! Congratulations to Player of the Year, Kauwela Neal (Kamehameha/Leahi 94 Premier) and Coach Missy Moore (Kamehameha, Leahi 96 Premier). Joining Kauwela on the All-State First team are:

 

  • Kama Pascua (Iolani/Leahi 95 Premier)
  • Storm Kenui (Moanalua/Leahi 95 Premier)
  • Shaney Sakamoto (Kamehameha/Leahi 96 Premier)
  • TJ Reyno (Mililani/Leahi 96 Premier)
  • Vanessa Cabilan (Kamehameha/Leahi 95 Premier)
  • Summer Burnett (Kamehameha/Leahi 95 Premier)
  • Taylor Kipilii (Iolani/Leahi 95 Premier)
  • Lexi Felix (Iolani/Leahi 94 Premier)

 National Letter of Intent Signing

Class of 2012 - NLI Day
Leahi Soccer Club would like to recognize and congratulate four members that signed National Letters of Intent to play soccer at their respective Universities. Joined by Leahi SC Vice President Jeff Carlson (center), they are, from left: Ashley Asuncion, Vanessa Cabilan, Kauwela Neal and Tiana Miyashiro.
  • Ashley Asuncion (Leahi 94 Premier/Kamehameha Schools) will attend University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • Vanessa Cabilan (Leahi 95 Premier/Kamehameha Schools) will attend Idaho State University
  • Kauwela Neal (Leahi 94 Premier/Kamehameha Schools) will attend University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Tiana Miyashiro (Leahi 94 Premier/Kaiser High School) will attend Holy Names University
Morreira Signs with Idaho State
Leahi 95 Premier forward Kaimipuakealani Morreira has signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Idaho State University. The senior from Moanalua High School joins senior defender Vanessa Cabilan (Kamehameha '12) also of the 95 Premier. To read the ISU Press Release on signing Kaimi, click on the link: http://www.isubengals.com/news/2012/4/3/WSOC_0403122208.aspx




2011 Thanksgiving Tournament Champions!

 01 Blue - Thanksgiving Champs


Congratulations to the Leahi 01 Blue team for winning the Girls U11 division of the Rush Thanksgiving Tournament.
2011 Thanksgiving Tournament Champions!
03 Blue Champs - Rush Tournament
Congratulations to Coach Kelsey Baker and the Leahi 03 Blue team for winning the Girls U9 division of the Rush Thanksgiving Tournament.  03 Blue beat the Rush 03G Zoom team in a shootout after a 1-1 tie in regulation and thru two overtimes. Congrats to the 03 Blue girls and families.
2011 Fall Season Champions
MISO W - 2011 Fall Season Champs
Leahi's Womens team claimed their 6th MISO W1 League Championship on Sunday, November 6th with a 5-0 victory over the HSC Bulls in the final. UH Alum and current Leahi '01 Blue Assistant Coach Ambree Ako scored 4 goals in the game.
95 Premier - Fall 2011 MISO Jr GU19 GOLD Champion
Leahi 95 Premier claimed the GU19 Gold Division Championship of the 2011 Fall MISO Jr Season with a 5-0 victory over Leahi 94 Premier in Waipio Soccer Stadium. Storm Kenui scored twice to lead the way, while Kama Pascua, Kaimi Moreirra and Shaney Sakamoto added goals.
96 Premier - 2011 GU16 Gold MISO Jr Champions
Leahi 96 Premier claimed the GU16 Gold division championships of the 2011 MISO Jr Fall season. The GU16 Gold division did not hold a championship final as the champion was determined by round-robin Championship points. 96 Premier finished undefeated with a 7-0-0 record

 

 

 

 

94 Maile 2011 GU19 Silver Division Champs

 
Leahi 94 Maile won the GU19 Silver division championship of the 2011 MISO Jr Fall season.  94 Maile beat Blitz FC 95 Orange 4-1 in the final.
 
  
Leahi Soccer Club Claims 5 State Championships!
Leahi teams took 5 of the 6 girls State Championships over the weekend.
Girls U19 Champion - Leahi 95 Premier
Girls U15 Champion - Leahi 96 Premier
Girls U14 Champion - Leahi 97 Premier
Girls U13 Champion - Leahi 98 Premier
Girls U12 Champion - Leahi 99
Congrats to all the players and coaches...we are proud of you!
 
Leahi Soccer Club Open Try-Outs!
Leahi Soccer Club has concluded try-outs for the 2011-2012 team formations.
However, if you are interested in joining, and were not able to attend a tryout, please contact Club Secretary, Shari Kaneshiro sharikaneshiro@gmail.com with questions.

 

Need Shoes? Leahi Members Get a Discount on Adidas Shoes Ordered at Eurosport

From Eurosport - Because of your relationship with Eurosport/soccer.com







and Adidas, we are excited to offer your club a great discount on Adidas







footwear. Each member of your club can use the code 19ADICL to receive







15% off any Adidas footwear. Attached is a pdf version of the offer for







you to use to promote the program to your members by emailing it to them







and posting it on your club website. The offer is good until September







30, 2011. Click Here to view the Flyer















College Bound!







Leahi Soccer Club wishes to congratulate all our members that will graduate in the coming weeks.  Some of our seniors have decided to continue their soccer playing career at the college level. Congratulations to Class of 2011!

Tambrie Awai** (94 Premier/Kalani) - Cal State San Bernardino







Malia Botelho-Read (94 Premier/Sacred Hearts Academy) - Campbellsville University







Kapua Entendencia (93 Premier/Kamehameha) - University of the Pacific







Kendal Kagawa (93 Premier/Maryknoll) - Regis University







Krystal Pascua (93 Premier/Iolani) - University of Hawaii







Arden Matro (93 Premier/Kalani) - Seattle Pacific University







Taylor Reed (93 Premier/Mililani) - Southern Oregon University







Zhane Santiago (94 Premier/Kahuku) - University of Hawaii







Taylor Shimatsu Silva (94 Premier/Kamehameha) - Cal State San Bernardino







Taylor Rae Silva (93 Premier/Kamehameha) - Hawaii Pacific University







Hana Tomozawa (93 Premier/Iolani) - Williams College







Lahaina Zoller (93 Premier/Punahou) - Northeastern University

**Special Congratulations to Tambrie Awai, the Class of 2011 Valedictorian for Kalani HS

 

 

Leahi MISO W1 - Spring 2011 Champions!

MISO W1 S2011 Champs

Leahi claimed their 5th MISO W1 Season Championship with a 3-0 victory over HSC Bulls. Pictured Above are Front Row: Jolie Nakamura, Taylor Kipilii, Taryn Fukuroku, Krystalynn Ontai, Anu Kahele-Manners, TJ Reyno, Vanessa Cabilan. Second Row: Ambree Ako, Kelsey Baker, Kapua Entendencia, Dempsey Banks, Amber Fuller, Joelle Sugai, Samantha Libed, Julie Broussard and Missy Moore

Leahi Women's Open - 2011 Las Vegas Cup Champion - 3-Peat!!! 

Leahi Women - 2011 LV Cup Champions

 

Hawaii State Cup Logo

Leahi Teams Win Three State Cup Championships

Girls U16 State Champion-Leahi 95 Premier,swept is competition, not allowing a goal in 3 games. 95 Premier - 6 vs Blitz - 0; 95 Premier - 2 vs Bulls - 0; 95 Premier - 4 vs Rush - 0

Girls U15 State Champion-Leahi 96 Premier, opened the competition with a 15-0 trouncing of Manuia from Maui. 96 Premier would win it's pool with a 3-0 victory over Riggers. In the Semi-final, 96 Premier would score early to defeat Rush 3-1. In the final, 96 Premier would again meet Riggers and claim the title by a score of 4-0.

Girls U14 State Champion-Leahi 97 Premier, won their pool with 1-0 victories over the Ka'oi Raptors, Abunai 97 & Crush 97.  97 Premier would open up the scoring with a 5-0 victory of Po'okela from Maui advancing to the Championship. In the final, the 97 Premier would have the run of play, but had to beat, in a rematch, Abunai 97 in a penalty kick shootout.

Congrats to all 3 teams and best wishes as they represent Hawaii at the US Youth Soccer Far West Regionals in Boise, Idaho.

 

Message from Leahi SC President:

I am pleased to announce that Michele Nagamine (Coach Bud) will serve as Consultant and Jorge Barbosa will serve as Technical Director of the Leahi Soccer Club. They are members of the Board of Directors. The changes were approved by the Board during the March 2011 meeting.

We congratulate Coach Bud on her appointment as Head Coach at University of Hawaii Manoa and are excited that she will expand her influence on the future of women's soccer in Hawaii! Although she is no longer able to continue as Technical Director nor coach teams, we are fortunate that she will maintain her support of Leahi as a Consultant. She will continue to share the vision and mission of the club with the community, advise the Board of Directors in a variety of areas, and work with the Technical Director.

We are very pleased that Coach Jorge will serve as Technical Director.

He is responsible to oversee and develop club coaches and recommend technical direction to the Board. Coach Jorge brings a wealth of soccer coaching experience which includes successful guidance of Leahi teams since 1988, boys and ODP teams, and Punahou Varsity girls' teams for 8 years, winning 5 ILH titles and 3 State Div I titles. Jorge's recognition includes Coach of the Year at a state and region level. He became the first coach from Hawaii to earn a National Soccer Coaches Association of America Premier Diploma.

I am confident that the club will continue to excel and grow under the leadership of Bud and Jorge, teamed with all the coaches, players, and parents.

Mahalo,







Gus Harper

Honolulu Star Advertiser Girls ALL STATE TEAM:







Leahi Soccer Club  members, once again dominate, the Girls All State team. 8 of the 12 1st Team players are members of Leahi Soccer Club.  Led by Player of the Year Krystal Pascua (93 Premier/Iolani), the Star Advertiser recognized TJ Reyno (96 Premier/Mililani), Dempsey Banks (95 Premier/Punahou), Storm Kenui (95 Premier/Moanalua), Hana Tomozawa (93 Premier/Iolani), Kylie Chun (94 Blue/Punahou, Taylor Kipilii (95 Premier/Iolani) and Anu Kahele-Manners (95 Premier/Punahou).

In addition, 2nd Team players recognized are: Lahaina Zoller (93 Premier/Punahou), Katie Case (94 Premier/HPA), Jensen Toner (95 Premier/Punahou).

Receiving Honorable Mention: Tambrie Awai (94 Premier/Kalani), Kauwela Neal (94 Premier/Kamehameha), Zhane Santiago (94 Premier/Kahuku), Taylor Candelario (95 Premier/Kaiser), Kendal Kagawa (93 Premier/Maryknoll), Julie Khil (94 Premier/MPI), Kama Pascua (95 Premier/Iolani), Teal Basquez (93 Premier/Kauai), Vanessa Cabilan (95 Premier/Kamehameha), Kapua Entendencia (93 Premier/Kamehameha), Ashley Park (95 Premier/Iolani), Taylor Rae Silva (93 Premier/Kamehameha), Lexi Felix (94 Premier/Iolani)

HYSA Senior All Stars:







Leahi congratulates the following players selected to participate in the HYSA Senior All-Star Game on Saturday, March 26 at Waipio Soccer Stadium.

Teal Basquez (93 Premier/Kauai)







Kapua Entendencia (93 Premier/Kamehameha)







Arden Matro (93 Premier/Kalani)







Krystal Pascua (93 Premier/Iolani)







Zhane Santiago (94 Premier/Kahuku)







Taylor Rae Silva (93 Premier/Kamehameha)







Hana Tomozawa (93 Premier/Iolani)







Lahaina Zoller (93 Premier/Punahou)







 

Leahi Tryout Information







If you missed Leahi tryouts and are interested in joining a Leahi team, please contact Shari Kaneshiro at 551-3967 for more information

2010 MISO Jr U19 Girls Champion

2010 U19 MISO Jr Champions

Congratulations to the Leahi SC U18s on winning the 2010 MISO Jr. Championship. Briana Afoa netted 2 goals while Krystal Pascua and Storm Kenui also scored to beat HSC Bulls 93 4-0 in the final played in Waipio Stadium.  Storm Kenui led the division in goals and recognized for her achievement during the awards ceremony.

8/20/2010 - When the University of Hawaii and the University of the Pacific took the field at Waipio Soccer Stadium, there were 15 Leahi Alumni on the combined rosters.

UH-UOP Aug 2010

University of the Pacific







Shanelle Kapaona (93 Premier/Kamehameha)







Sammi Teramae (89 Premier/Iolani)







Kylee Ah Choy (89 Premier/Kamehameha)







Natalie Wong (90 Premier/Mililani) 







Sasha Moscatello (93 Premier/Mililani)
 







Chyanne Alejado (90 Premier/Kapolei)

University of Hawaii







Kanani Taaca (90 Premier/Kamehameha)







Chelsea Deptula (89 Premier/Punahou)







Mari Punzal (90 Premier/Kamehameha)







Karli Look (91 Premier/Punahou) 







Rachel Domingo (91 Premier/Roosevelt)
 







Chelsey Goo (91 Premier/Mililani) 







Lauren Ho (87/Hawaii Baptist Academy)
 







Tarra Gabriel (93 Premier/Kamehameha)
 







Alyssa Simbahon (90 Premier/Iolani)

US Youth Soccer Region IV ODP Hold- Overs

Congratulations to Summer Burnett (95), TJ Reyno (95), Shaney Sakamoto (95) and Noe Kong-Johnson (97) on their selection to the Region IV ODP Player pools in their respective age groups. Leahi is proud of you!

Leahi O-50s win 2010 National Veteran's Cup!















Leahi O50 - CHAMPS 2010!















Congratulations to our Leahi Women's Over 50 team for repeating as the National Veteran's Cup Champion.















 

 

  • College News























    St. Mary's vs LMU







    Leahi Reunion







    When LMU visited St. Mary's in a West Coast Conference match, it was a reunion of sorts. Pictured above are Kirsti Adams (91 Premier/St. Marys), Brittney Sanford (91 Premier/LMU), Nickey Ha (89 Premier/LMU), Ashley Nied (89 Premier/St. Marys) & Erin Rementer (91 Premier/LMU). Congratulations to St. Mary's Senior Forward Ashley Nied, as she played her last collegiate game.















    UOP Leahi Girls







    UOP Leahi Girls 2009







    Leahi Soccer Club was proud to see 5 Leahi members represented on the University of the Pacific Women's Soccer Team. Pictured above, after their 3-2 victory over University of Hawaii are (L to R): Sammi Teramae, Natalie Wong, Chyanne Alejado, Kellie Nakahara and Kylee Ah Choy. (Photo Courtesy Jeff Carlson)















    Denver vs St. Mary's







    Lizzy & Ashley - Aug 09







    When Denver University and St. Mary's College met in a NCAA Division 1 women's soccer match this year, it was a reunion of former Leahi 89 Premier teammates Lizzy Carlson and Ashley Nied. Even better, both have been elected captain of their teams this year.















    Leahi Over-50...2009 USASA Veteran's Cup National Champions!







    Leahi O50 National Champs















 

  • Alumni Update

    11/1/2010 - Penn State women's soccer forward Tani Costa (91 Premier/Kalani) was named the Big Ten's Offensive Player and Freshman of the Week on Monday afternoon. Additionally, Costa garnered TopDrawerSoccer.com's Player of the Week honor. The redshirt-freshman put five goals in the net last week in two games against Indiana and Purdue.

    Costa, now a two-time Freshman of the Week honoree, earned her first Offensive Player of the Week accolade thanks to her impressive five-goal performance. The standout forward notched her first career hat trick against Indiana on Thursday, Oct. 28 in a 6-1 Penn State win before collecting two more goals against Purdue on Sunday in another 6-1 win in West Lafayette, Ind. Previously, Costa was named the league's best freshman on Oct. 11 for her three-point day at Iowa.

    The award from TopDrawerSoccer.com is Penn State's first of the 2010 season, headlining the site's weekly awards. TopDrawerSoccer.com names 11 players a week in its honor roll.

    Costa leads the Big Ten in Conference points and is tied for first in goals, while holding those two top spots amongst all Big Ten freshman in Conference games. The Hawaiian native shot up the Penn State charts to top the scoring ledger with her eight goals this season, putting her second on the team in points with 19.

    10/21/2010 - Defender to remember. UOP Tigers coach says Kylee Ah Choy (89 Premier/Kamehameha) is among program's best

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    Pacific women's soccer coach Keith Coleman said senior Kylee Ah Choy, right, has been the Tigers' best defender since the spring of her freshman year.CLIFFORD OTO/The Record
    Jagdip Dhillon

    STOCKTON - The pain in Kylee Ah Choy's right ankle got progressively worse last fall, but it never became bad enough to get her off the field.

    Ah Choy, a senior defender on the Pacific women's soccer team, faced a difficult choice halfway through last season after bone chips in her ankle caused her major discomfort after every match. The fiercely competitive Ah Choy told Dr. Scott Bethune of Stockton it was an easy choice.

    "I had an option to medical redshirt or keep playing, and I chose to keep playing," Ah Choy said. "I couldn't see myself sitting and watching the rest of the season. It wasn't so terrible that I couldn't play, but it was a sharp pain. They told me the only risk was I might not be able to walk when I'm 40, which we'll see about."

    Despite the pain, Ah Choy earned first-team All-Big West honors last season as well as being named first-team All-West Region. Ah Choy's ankle is now 100 percent after having surgery in December that removed the chips around the area and she's helped Pacific shut down opponents all season. The Tigers (6-6-3, 3-2 Big West) will seek their fourth consecutive victory when they host UC Davis (6-7-1, 1-3) at 7 tonight. Pacific has allowed just 17 goals this season, and coach Keith Coleman believes Ah Choy is the major reason why.

    "She's the leader of the group," Coleman said. "Her strength is the way she reads the game and she's one of the surest tacklers in the conference. She was good last year, but she's twice all of that this season because she's more mobile. There's not enough things to say about how she's been playing."

    Ah Choy didn't play much when she arrived as a freshman from Mililani, Hawaii, which drove her to focus and earn playing time. Coleman said she has been Pacific's best defender since the spring of her freshman year, and she was named team MVP by her teammates as a sophomore.

    "As a defender you don't get the goal-scoring and all that credit, so being (named MVP) meant a lot to me because it meant my teammates appreciated me," said Ah Choy, 21, who will graduate in May with a degree in biological sciences before going back home for a year to plan her future.

    Coleman believes Ah Choy is again playing like an MVP this season as the defense kept Pacific's season afloat while the offense struggled to score goals in nonconference play.

    "She just gets it done on the field," said Coleman, in his 16th season with the Tigers. "I'd take her on a Pacific all-time team any day."

    Contact reporter Jagdip Dhillon at (209) 546-8292 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (209) 546-8292      end_of_the_skype_highlighting or jdhillon@recordnet.com.

    10/18/2010 - Hawaii Pacific University forward Meghan Fuller (90 Premier/Pearl City) was named to the PacWest Conference Weekly Top 10 for scoring the lone goal in HPU's win over Dominican. Carianne Makino (89 Premier/Kaiser) was also recognized for posting the shutout for the Sea Warriors.

    10/11/2010 - Hawaii Pacific Univeristy Sophomore Forward Meghan Fuller (90 Premier/Pearl City) was named to the Pac West Weekly Top 10.  Fuller scored the game-winning goal in overtime at Grand Canyon on Oct. 6...goal occurred at 98:55 and pushed HPU to a 2-1 victory...finished week with the goal and two points.

    10/11/2010 - Penn State freshman forward Tani Costa (91 Premier/Kalani) was named Big-10 Freshman of the Week as she had a goal and an assist against Iowa.

    10/4/2010 -  University of the Pacific defender Chyanne Alejado (90 Premier/Kapolei) is featured on the UOP website.  Read or listen to the interview with Chyanne by clicking on this link.

    9/27/2010 - Hawaii Pacific Univeristy Sophomore Forward Meghan Fuller (90 Premier/Pearl City)scored two goals and had four points in 4-0 win over Academy of Art on Sept. 25

    9/20/2010 - Hawaii Pacific Univeristy Sophomore Forward Meghan Fuller (90 Premier/Pearl City)scored two goals and had four points in 4-0 win over Chaminade on Sept. 16

    9/13/2010 - Hawaii Pacific Univeristy Sophomore Forward Sanoe Souza(90 Premier/Kamehameha) scored game-tying goal vs. #17 Seattle Pacific in the 88th minute to force overtime.

    9/5/2010 - University of the Pacific senior defender Kylee Ah Choy (89 Premier/Kamehameha) was named to the 2010 Nike Invitational All Tournament Team. Ah Choy and her UOP teammates were in Oregon to take on Univ. of Oregon and Oregon State.















    8/30/2010 - University of Hawaii Hilo freshman midfielder Akemi Rair (93 Premier/St. Andrew's Priory) scored the insurance goal vs. Chaminade on Aug. 28 less than five minutes into the second half to give Vulcans a 2-0 lead. Akemi was named to the Pac West Top 10 of the Week.

    8/20/2010 - When the University of Hawaii and the University of the Pacific took the field at Waipio Soccer Stadium, there were 15 Leahi Alumni on the combined rosters.

    UH-UOP Aug 2010

    University of the Pacific







    Shanelle Kapaona (93 Premier/Kamehameha)







    Sammi Teramae (89 Premier/Iolani)







    Kylee Ah Choy (89 Premier/Kamehameha)







    Natalie Wong (90 Premier/Mililani) 







    Sasha Moscatello (93 Premier/Mililani)
     







    Chyanne Alejado (90 Premier/Kapolei)

    University of Hawaii







    Kanani Taaca (90 Premier/Kamehameha)







    Chelsea Deptula (89 Premier/Punahou)







    Mari Punzal (90 Premier/Kamehameha)







    Karli Look (91 Premier/Punahou) 







    Rachel Domingo (91 Premier/Roosevelt)
     







    Chelsey Goo (91 Premier/Mililani) 







    Lauren Ho (87/Hawaii Baptist Academy)
     







    Tarra Gabriel (93 Premier/Kamehameha)
     







    Alyssa Simbahon (90 Premier/Iolani)

    US Youth Soccer Region IV ODP Hold- Overs

    Congratulations to Summer Burnett (95), TJ Reyno (95), Shaney Sakamoto (95) and Noe Kong-Johnson (97) on their selection to the Region IV ODP Player pools in their respective age groups. Leahi is proud of you!

    Leahi teams win Aloha International Cup







    01 Blue - AIC Champs 2010















    Pictured above, Leahi 2001 Blue, was one of four Leahi teams to win their respective division of the 19th Annual Aloha International Cup. Also claiming titles were Leahi U17s (93s & 95s), Leahi 96 Premier(U14s) and Leahi 97 Premier (U13s). Congrats to all teams!































    Leahi O-50s win 2010 National Veteran's Cup!















    Leahi O50 - CHAMPS 2010!















    Congratulations to our Leahi Women's Over 50 team for repeating as the National Veteran's Cup Champion.















    LEAHI SC - NATIONALLY RANKED!







    Leahi Soccer Club was recently named one of the best girls soccer clubs in the country, by National Soccer Rankings. The Top 25 for 2009 put Leahi at #14. Leahi is the ONLY Hawaii Soccer Club recognized. Congratulations to all for their hardwork and dedication!







    Girls

    1. Dallas Texans (Dallas, TX)
    2. Eclipse Select (Libertyville, IL)
    3. Dallas Sting (Dallas, TX)
    4. So Cal Blues (San Juan Capistrano, CA)
    5. PDA (Zarephath, NJ)
    6. Michigan Hawks (Livonia, MI)
    7. St. Louis Scott Gallagher (St. Louis, MO)
    8. San Diego Surf (San Diego, CA)
    9. Slammers FC (Newport Beach, CA)
    10. Mustang Soccer (Danville, CA)
    11. Carmel United SC (Carmel, IN)
    12. KCFC Alliance (Lenexa, KS)
    13. Sereno (Phoenix, AZ)
    14. Leahi (Honolulu, HI)
    15. D'Feeters (Farmers Branch, TX)
    16. Arsenal FC (Alta Loma, CA)
    17. MN Thunder Academy (Minneapolis, MN)
    18. Internationals (Cleveland, OH)
    19. FC Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI)
    20. Albertson FC (Albertson, NY)
    21. Michigan Gators (Troy, MI)
    22. CASL Spartan Elite (Raleigh, NC)
    23. Eagles SC (Camarillo, CA)
    24. Hurricane FC (Broken Arrow, OK)
    25. West Coast FC (Mission Viejo, CA)








    Leahi Gives Back







    Leahi Soccer Club believes that we are all very fortunate to be able to enjoy the game of soccer, and it important that we not take this for granted. Throughout each year, Leahi members give back to the community in many ways. Each February over 150 volunteers help at the Annual Great Aloha Run. In August, players and parents assist the Special Olympics. Recently, the club mobilized to collect soccer balls to send to Iraq. Here is a short article mentioning the effort.







    http://www.starbulletin.com/news/Aloha_reaches_Iraq_through_soccer_balls.html?page=1&c=y























  • 97 Premier Makes Finals at Far West Regionals







    Congratulations to the Leahi 97 Premier team for a great Far West Regional. The team finished the Championship game tied 1-1 with San Diego Surf, but falling in penalty kicks. Great job ladies!















    Leahi 97 Maile to travel to USA Cup







    Check out the article on the 97 Maile that was featured in the USA Cup weekly newsletter. Good Luck in Minnesota!







    http://www.usacup.org/fun-stuff/featured_team.stm















    HYSA State Championships







    Congratulations to the following teams for claiming State Championships:







    GU15 - Leahi 95 Premier







    GU14 - Leahi 96 Premier







    GU13 - Leahi 97 Premier







    Some noteworthy items...the GU13 Final was "ALL LEAHI" as our 97 Premier met the 97 Maile in the Final which was decided in penalty kicks...in GU15, Leahi 95 Premier scored 37 goals in the tournament while not allowing a single goal...in GU16, Leahi 94 Premier just missed a spot in the final, losing in a shootout...and our GU12s, Leahi 98 Premier finished in second.















    HYSA State Cup







    Leahi will send 4 teams to the Far West Regionals in Albuquerque, New Mexico.







    Congratulations to State Cup Champions:















    GU15 - Leahi 95 Premier







    GU14 - Leahi 96 Premier







    GU13 - Leahi 97 Premier
















    Leahi 93 Premier will also go to Regionals as the GU17 Hawaii Wild Card team. Without losing a game in the State Cup, the 93s finished second in points. Good luck to ALL Hawaii teams attending Far West Regionals.















    Leahi Women - 2010 LAS VEGAS FRIENSHIP CUP CHAMPIONS























    LV Friendship Cup Champions - 2010







































  • Hawaii Hall of Honor







    Congratulation to 3 members of Leahi 91 Premier on their recent nomination to the HHSAA Hall of Honor.







    Tani Costa, Senior - Kalani High School







    Aisha Price, Senior - Punahou School







    Meleana Shim, Senior - Kamehameha School







    See the link to the Honolulu Advertiser for the full story.























    Leahi State Cup CHAMPIONS!







    CONGRATULATIONS...








    90 Premier







    91 Premier







    93 Premier







    95 Premier







    96 Premier







    97 Premier








    Leahi will send 6 teams to US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in Lancaster California. Congratulations to all players and the coaching staff!















    Little Leahi Soccer School







    After years of requests and pleading from parents, we're very excited to launch our Little Leahi Soccer Program!  Our vision is to create a fun, nurturing environment for boys and girls ages 4-7.5 years of age.  Our curriculum is set up with the help of experts in early childhood education - people who know children and understand the way they learn and grow and also the US Soccer Youth Modules.  As a club, it is our intent to teach children the benefits of working together and how their actions as individuals affect our success as a team.  Through our Little Leahi program, we will teach children not only soccer skills but life skills as well.  This expertise in understanding the way children develop is what will set us apart from other youth programs in the state.























    Surf Cup GU19 Champs















    Leahi U19s WIN Surf Cup!!!!!







    Congratulations to the U19 girls for winning the 2008 San Diego Surf Cup!







    The girls went undefeated, and claimed the title by defeating San Juan Spirits from Cal North 2-1 in overtime. Team members included: Briana Afoa, Kristina Behrens, Tani Costa, Tarra Gabriel, Jayann Gabrio, Bethany Gallarde, Chelsey Goo, Karli Look, Sasha Moscatello, Alana Munger, Krystal Pascua, Aisha Price, Jillian Seminara, Meleana Shim & Lahaina Zoller. Coaches were Michele Nagamine, Scott Keopuhiwa, Missy Moore and Joelle Sugai.







    Results:







    Leahi - 7 vs Surf Blue - 0







    Leahi - 3 vs Santa Rosa United - 0







    Leahi - 2 vs NWN Nationals - 2







    Semifinals: Leahi - 2 vs Crossfire - 1 (OT)







    Finals: Leahi - 2 vs San Juan - 1 (OT)







  •  94 Maile, 2008 Aloha International Cup U14 Champions!







    94 Maile AIC U14 Champions







    Bottom Row: Brittany Peralta, Kylie Chun, Rachel Tom, Kayla Chinen, Taylor Candelario Top Row: Coach Adolph, Erin Nishijima, Michelle Robinson, Rachel Akau, Tianna Miyashiro, Turner Wong, Pili Sueoka, Hailey Berg, Alexis Devens, Tambrie Awai
















    94 Premier Sweeps Competition







    Congratulations to Leahi 94 Premier for claiming the Girls U15 Gold division(highest division) at the Portland City United Summer Classic. Coach Jeff & Coach Em led the team to a perfect 4-0 record, with 19 goals scored and only 1 allowed.  Way to go ladies!















    95, 96 & 97 Premier Teams at Surf Cup







    2008 Club Surf Cup Photo







    Pictured above are the Leahi 95, 96 and 97 Premier teams, with their coaches and Surf Cup Tournament Director Mike Connerely.























    2008 Far West Regional News!







    3 Leahi teams advanced to the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships Semifinal games.















    GU19: Leahi 89 Premier swept all its pool play matches vs Southbank Ladybugs (AZ), Whatcom Rangers (WA), Sereno 89 (AZ).  The 89s beat Sparta United (UT) before losing to FC Portland with a 2-1 in the Semi Finals. 89 Premier finishes tied for 3rd.















    GU17: Leahi 91 Premier beat Washington Premier 2-1 in the Quarter Finals on goals by Brittney Sanford and Erin Rementer. 91 Premier lost 2-0 to the Eagles from Camarillo, California in the semifinals. 91 Premier finished tied for 3rd.















    GU12: Leahi 96 Premier beat Slammers FC of Newport Beach California 2-1 on two goals by Hannah "Leialoha" Kaina in the Quarter Finals before losing to West Coast FC in the Semi Finals. 96 Premier finished tied for 3rd.















    Oahu League 07-08 Results







    Congratulations to ALL Leahi teams on the recently completed Spring season.







    We would like to recognize the special achievements of the following teams.







    Leahi 91 Premier - GU19 Premier Division Champion







    Leahi 93 Premier - GU16 Premier Division Champion







    Leahi 94 Premier - GU15 Premier Division Champion







    Leahi 95 Premier - GU14 Premier Division Champion







    Leahi 94 Maile - GU14 Select Division Champion







    Leahi 97 Blue - GU13 Select II Division Champion















    HYSA STATE CHAMPIONS!







    Leahi Soccer Club is proud of all teams that participated in the 2008 HYSA State Championships over Memorial Day Weekend.  Congratulations to:















    GU17 Champions - 91 Premier







    GU15 Champions - 93 Premier







    GU12 Champions - 96 Premier







    GU11 Champions - 97 Blue








  • ALL AMERICANS!!!







    Leahi would like to congratulate 3 Leahi athletes on being named NSCAA All Americans.















    Kanani Taaca (90 Premier/Kamehameha) was named to the 2008 NSCAA/adidas Girls High School All-America Team. Kanani is a 2008 graduate of Kamehameha Schools where she helped the Warriors to 3 straight ILH and HHSSA State Championships. She is a red-shirt Freshman for the University of Hawaii Women's Soccer team.















    Tani Costa (91 Premier/Kalani) was named to the 2008 NSCAA/adidas Girls Youth All-America Team. Tani is a senior at Kalani High School and will be attending Penn State University after graduation.















    Sarah Yoro (Leahi 87/Mililani) was named to the 2008 NSCAA/adidas NAIA All-America 1st team. Yoro is a 2005 graduate of Mililani High School. She just completed her Senior season at Azusa Pacific University in California.















    Leahi 91 Premier Announces Class of 2009 College Commitments







    10 Leahi Seniors have announced their college of choice and many will accept athletic scholarships. They join our 2008 grads at schools across the country.  As other team members announce their decisions, we will post them here. Congratulations to all, we are very proud of you!















    Leahi Class of 2009











    Leahi Women's Team Claims 2nd MISO W League Title

    Leahi Champs



    Top Row (L to R): Julie Brousard, KJ Kaneko, Hilary Okumura, Alana Munger, Bri Afoa, Missy Moore, Jamie Shoma, Sarah Takekawa, Krystalynn Ontai.
    Bottom Row (L to R): Tarra Gabriel, Meleana Shim, Jessica Domingo, Cheerleader Daneen Wurlitzer, Chelsey Goo, Kaitlynn Holt, Bethany Gallarde, Joelle Sugai, Jolie Nitta.

    2008 MISO Jr. - GU19 Champions - Leahi 91 Premier

    91s - MISO Jr Champion
    Pictured Above - Top Row: Jillian Seminara, Aisha Price, Kauwela Neal
    Briana Afoa, Alana Munger, Sasha Moscatello, Taylor Reed, Coach Missy
    Bottom Row: Amber Fuller, Chelsey Goo, Karli Look, Jackie Suan, Tarra Gabriel
    Lahaina Zoller, Kaitlynn Holt, Lahi Gallarde. Missing: Coach Scott, Coach Bud


    USA & Kai Win Gold Medal!
    Olympics - Tasha

    Leahi Soccer Club is extremely proud of Natasha Kai, Leahi Alum, and the US Women's National Team on winning the gold medal in Beijing. Great job to all the ladies!

    Go USA!!!! Good Job Tash!

  • 08-09 ADVERTISER ALL STATE SELECTIONS
    Leahi Soccer Club wishes to congratulate its members on selection to the Honolulu Advertiser's All State Soccer Team(s). 8 of 12 first teamers are members of Leahi Soccer Club! Meleana Shim & Aisha Price are named "Co-Player of the Year".

    Alana Munger (91 Premier/Punahou)
    Chelsey Goo (91 Premier/Mililani)
    Aisha Price (91 Premier/Punahou)
    Meleana Shim (91 Premier/Kamehameha)
    Amber Fuller (91 Premier/Kamehameha)
    Karli Look (91 Premier/Punahou)
    Jayann Gabrio (91 Premier/Punahou)
    Tara Gabriel (93 Premier/Kamehameha)

    Goo Named OIA West Player of the Year
    Chelsey Goo of Mililani High School and Leahi 91 Premier was named OIA Western Division Player of the Year. Goo lead Mililani to the OIA Championship. Goo was joined on the OIA West 1st Team by Leahi 91 Premier teammate Kristina Behrens of Kapolei. 

    OIA West 2nd Team members from Leahi are Natalie Fukuhara of Aiea (Leahi 92), Isabel Romero, Sasha Moscatello and Kaitlyn Holt of Mililani (Leahi 91 Premier) as well as Kristen Otsuka of Kapolei (Leahi 90 Premier)

    OIA East All Stars

    Leahi congratulates all its members that were named to the OIA East 1st and 2nd Team All Stars. Tiana Fujimoto of Moanalua, who recently joined the 93 Premier team, was named East Player of the Year. Joining Fujimoto on the first team are Tani Costa (Leahi 91 Premier) of Kalani. Costa missed much of the season with injury, but immediately made an impact scoring 10 goals in 5 games. Also on the East 1st team, Arden Matro (Leahi 92) of Kalani and Krystle Winkyaw (93 Premier) of Moanalua.

    OIA East 2nd Team members are Alex Aguirre (91 Maile), Sonya Aguirre (92), Andrea Aguirre (92) of Kalani and Kaimi Moreirra (95 Premier) of Moanalua.

    Thanksgiving Tournament Champions!
    3 Leahi teams claimed titles at the Hawaii Rush Thanksgiving Tournament.
    GU14 (8-A-Side) - Leahi 96 Premier
    GU13 (8-A-Side) - Leahi 96 Maile
    GU12 - Leahi 97 Premier

    Leahi Claims Fall 2008 MISO Titles

    With the close of the Fall Seasons, Leahi SC would like to congratulate all teams that competed. We'd also like recognize some special achievements.
    MISO W1 League Champ - Leahi Open
    GU19 MISO Jr Champ - Leahi 91 Premier
    GU14 MISO Jr Champ - Leahi 95 Premier
    GU13 MISO Jr Champ - Leahi 96 Premier
    GU12 MISO Jr Champ - Leahi 97 Premier


    Stress Fracture Sidelines Costa

    Costa

    Congratulations to Tani Costa who has been named to the US Women's Under-17 National Team Roster to compete in the U17 World Cup to be played in New Zealand. Tani is a member of Leahi 91 Premier.  For the official release from US Soccer, go to:http://www.ussoccer.com/articles/viewArticle.jsp_10420228.html

    Unfortunately 2 days before departing for the World Championships, a stress fracture was detected in Tani's ankle and she was replaced on the roster. Hang in there Tani!

    http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200881024034

    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR LEAHI STATE CUP CHAMPIONS!
    Leahi SC claims 4 USYS Hawaii State Cup Championships
    GU19- 89 Premier
    GU17- 91 Premier
    GU13- 95 Premier
    GU12- 96 Premier

    In addition, a fifth Leahi team, 90 Premier, gains a wildcard berth into Regionals. Great work by all of the Leahi ladies at State Cup!

    Taaca - Advertiser Girls Soccer Player of the Year
    Congratulations to Erin "Kanani" Taaca, the 2008 Honolulu Advertiser's Girls Soccer Player of the Year.  Taaca, a senior at Kamehameha, was the HHSAA State Tournament MVP for the second consecutive year, and was a repeat selection to the Advertiser's All State Team.  Kanani will attend UH Manoa next year.

    See the Advertiser's full story by clicking on the link below.

    Click Here to Read Article

    Leahi Dominates All State Team
    The 2008 Honolulu Advertiser Girls Soccer All State team was named on 3/28/08, and 8 of the 12 First Teamers are Leahi Girls.

    Congrats to all Leahi players on great high school seasons!
    Amber Fuller, Kamehameha, 91 Premier
    Meghan Fuller, Pearl City, 90 Premier
    Jayann Gabrio, Punahou, 91 Premier
    Chelsey Goo, Mililani, 91 Premier
    Chaney Lopez, Kapolei, 90 Premier
    Erin Rementer, Punahou, 91 Premier
    Brittney Sanford, Punahou, 91 Premier
    Kanani Taaca, Kamehamehe, 90 Premier

    Also, Congratulations to Coach Michele Nagamine on being named Hawaii State Coach of the Year for the 3rd consecutive year.

    Leahi Wins Inaugural MISO W1 League Title 

    Spr-08-Champs-Leahi

    Team members included: Mahie Atay, Jessica Domingo, Rachel Domingo, Chelsey Goo, Kaitlynn Holt, Samantha Libed, Melissa Moore, KJ Nishikawa, Shari Nishikawa, Jolie Nitta, Hilary Okumura, Krystalynn Ontai, Erin Rementer, Britt Sanford, Jamie Shoma, Joelle Sugai, Sarah Takekawa, Koren Takeyama, Romy Trigg-Smith, Steph Yoro.

    Congratulations ladies! 

    Class of '08 Commitments
    Leahi Soccer Club is pleased to announce the commitments of our Class of 2008.
    We are proud of you!  More announcements will be made as they become available.
    (Name, Leahi Team, College)
    Rachel Domingo, (91 Premier), University of Hawaii - Manoa
    Chaney Lopez, (90 Premier), University of Hawaii - Manoa
    Jasmine Luke, (91 Premier), Washington State University
    Shelby Moriguchi, (90 Premier), University of Idaho
    Erin Rementer, (91 Premier), Loyola Marymount University
    Brittney Sanford, (91 Premier), Loyola Marymount University
    Alyssa Simbahon, (90 Premier), University of San Francisco
    Kanani Taaca, (90 Premier), University of Hawaii - Manoa
  • Leahi Sweeps UH Tourney:   3/4/2008
  • 97 Blue - HYSA PDC Champions!:   2/20/2008
  • NAGAMINE- NSCAA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR:   1/19/2008
  • Nagamine to Head HPU Women's Soccer:   1/13/2008
  • HAPPY NEW YEAR!:   12/27/2007
  • Welcome Cobras!:   12/18/2007
  • Mahalo Natasha, Shannon & Christie!: 12/2/2007
  • Butin Receives Multiple Honors @ UH Hilo:   12/1/2007
  • Financial Aid Available:   11/27/2007
  • Baker - WCC Honorable Mention:   11/26/2007
  • Chastain Soccer Academy:   11/17/2007
  • Higa- WAC Defensive Player of the YEAR:   11/8/2007
  • Sasaki Named SCIAC Player of the Year :   11/9/2007
  • Akiu Named to NWC 2nd Team:   11/8/2007
  • MISO Jr Wrap Up:   11/8/2007
  • 94 Premier Fundraiser:   10/28/2007
  • 95 Premier Champs:   10/17/2007
  • Bulldogs vs Lions:   9/24/2007
  • Domingo's drive powers Wahine soccer:   9/23/2007
  • Higa- WAC Defensive Player of the Week:   9/11/2007
  • Freshman Striker Earns First WAC Honor Of The Year:   9/3/2007
  • Aloha e komo mai!:   8/20/2007
  • Class of '07 Commitments:   8/17/2007
  • Financial Aid Available:   7/23/2007
  • 91 &93 Premier RAGE:   7/30/2007
  • Kai to China!:   7/23/2007
  • 97s Finalist in HIC!:   7/16/2007
  • Stingrays - #1 at United Cup:   7/4/2007
  • 91 Premier Finishes 3rd at Far West Regionals:   7/4/2007
  • Did You Miss Leahi TRYOUTS?:   6/11/2007
  • 3 State Cup Champions:   5/27/2007
  • PUNZAL: HAWAII Gatorade Player of the Year:   5/26/2007
  • Leahi COLLEGE NIGHT:   5/26/2007
  • Viva Las Vegas - Here we come!:   4/23/2007
  • Play for Leahi! :   4/2/2007
  • Leahi Dominates SB's All State Team!:   4/2/2007
  • 95 Premier Champs!:   2/27/2007
  • Class of 2007 - College Commitments:   2/25/2007
  • 94 West - #1 at Mililani 7 A-Side:   11/29/2006
  • Financial Aid Available:   11/20/2006
  • U18s - MISO Jr. Champions!:   11/2/2006
  • Carlson- Making an Impact in Denver:   10/19/2006
  • College Update:   10/4/2006
  • SuperSkills with Natasha Kai:   9/21/2006
  • Leahi Night @ UH Wahine Soccer Game:   9/4/2006
  • Congrats Regional Pool Players:   8/28/2006
  • Financial Aid Available:   8/20/2006
  • Leahi 95 Stingrays:   7/23/2006
  • High School News (2/19/05):   3/7/2005
  • UH Six- A-Side Tourney (3/5/05):   3/7/2005
  • Tiffeny Milbrett & Christine Sinclair Clinic for Leahi (3/6/05):   3/16/2005
  • OIA All Stars (3/16/05):   3/16/2005
  • ILH All Stars (3/16/05):   3/16/2005
  • Honolulu Star Bulletin's ALL STATE TEAM (4/3/05):   4/5/2005
  • Baker Named Star Bulletin's 2005 Player of the Year:   4/5/2005
  • Leahi State Cup Schedule for THIS Weekend:   4/14/2005
  • Congratulations to Leahi 89 & 90 Premier!:   4/19/2005
  • LEAHI DOMINATES ADVERTISER'S GIRLS ALL STATE TEAM!:   4/24/2005
  • Leahi Claims 3 State Championships!:   6/1/2005
  • Leahi Alums Busy this Summer...:   7/24/2005
  • SURF'S UP!:   7/2/2005
  • Barbosa Joins Leahi Staff:   7/17/2005
  • 94s Compete in California:   7/17/2005
  • U19s Win the Hawaii International Cup:   7/24/2005
  • Leahi Soccer Club Scholarships:   8/19/2005
  • Congratulations 89 White!:   8/15/2005
  • Congratulations Class of 2005:   8/29/2005
  • College Weekend Review (9/6/05):   9/7/2005
  • 9/3 SuperSkills Cancelled!:   10/4/2005
  • WCC Player of the Week: Christine Sinclair, Portland:   9/9/2005
  • Leahi 25th Anniversary :   11/21/2005
  • College Congrats!:   9/23/2005
  • SuperSkills CANCELLED!:   10/4/2005
  • Strickland Scores for SDSU:   10/1/2005
  • Doctor Em!:   10/11/2005
  • The Student Athlete & College Recruiting:   10/28/2005
  • Aloha UH Seniors:   11/1/2005
  • Calling All Volunteers!:   10/28/2005
  • DARE TO DREAM: THE STORY OF THE U.S. WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM :   11/21/2005
  • Mahalo!:   12/5/2005
  • Great Job!:   1/14/2006
  • Barbosa Honored:   1/7/2006
  • Leahi at Mililani 7 A Side Tourney:   1/14/2006
  • Trigg-Smith to be missed at Princeton:   1/20/2006
  • Otagaki excited about WSU job:   1/20/2006
  • Kai to National Team!:   2/3/2006
  • Kai Update...3/3/06:   3/4/2006
  • Congratulations Warriors!:   2/20/2006
  • Nobriga Wins Gatorade Award:   2/20/2006
  • Welcome Hookalakupua...:   3/5/2006
  • KAI LOOKING TO MAKE HISTORY FOR HAWAI'I:   3/4/2006
  • Car Wash for Leahi 89 White:   3/5/2006
  • Natasha Kai- US Women's National Team:   3/7/2006
  • Nobriga, Nagamine Head All State Girls Team:   3/27/2006
  • 4 STATE CUP CHAMPIONS!!!!!:   4/24/2006
  • Kai Lead US to Win Over Japan:   5/11/2006
  • Leahi On-Line:   6/8/2006
  • Regional Update: 91 Premier Ho'okalakupua:   6/25/2006
  • Leahi Class of 2006:   7/23/2006