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Anae hired as UH women's hoops assistant

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:17 p.m. HST, Sep 03, 2013



Wendy Anae has been hired to complete the staff of Hawaii women's basketball coach Laura Beeman in time for the 2013-14 season, UH announced today.

Anae, a former head women's basketball coach at Brigham Young-Hawaii (2006-10), was the director of basketball operations since 2010 at BYU-Provo.

The Kahuku alum and former coach replaces assistant Gavin Petersen, who took an assistant job at Pacific.

"To find the perfect fit is rare," Beeman said in a UH release. "We are thrilled to have Wendy join our coaching staff. "Being born and raised in Hawaii she adds familiarity to our program within the community. Wendy will bring a variety of levels of coaching experience, ties to the Hawaiian and Polynesian communities and a sense of calm to the program. The entire staff and team are excited to welcome Wendy to our Rainbow Wahine 'Ohana."

Also, UH announced the signing of 6-foot post player Angelina Smith for the '13-14 season. Smith, a true freshman, averaged 12.5 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.8 blocks and 1.6 steals per game for the Widefield High (Colo.) Gladiators as a senior.

Smith is the fifth player signed by UH for the upcoming season.

"Angie is a great late addition to our team," Beeman stated. "Angie brings size and a great work ethic to our post play. She has a 'never say quit' attitude that will not only help us win games but will push her teammates to be better! The entire staff and team are excited to welcome her and watch her grow as a player and as a person."







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Wahiawamauka wrote:
Salary? Add it to the long list of other debts U of H athletics is in.
on September 3,2013 | 12:47PM
JBS wrote:
Geez...not like they're creating a "new" position from scatch. If they were, then, I'd give you a little cred for a budget concern. But simply replacing a vacant spot...relax. And since she has no D1 coaching experience, it's possible her salary is even less than the person she replaced.
on September 3,2013 | 01:05PM
gth wrote:
Ah, come on....... It's only a small % compared to the football program.
on September 3,2013 | 12:59PM
hon2255 wrote:
This is a assistant coach's opening that was always premanently staffed, not some made up job opening that didnt exist, chillout.
on September 3,2013 | 01:41PM
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