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Hall hired as UH volleyball assistant

Former Pacific player and assistant coach Jeff Hall was hired yesterday as an assistant for the Hawaii men’s volleyball team.

"Jeff brings an impressive resume of recruiting at both the club and collegiate level," Warriors coach Charlie Wade said. "He has experience coaching in the MPSF at two different schools, so he’s familiar with the teams in the league and understands what’s required to be successful."

Hall replaces Shelton Tang, who resigned July 1. Tang is remaining on staff as video coordinator.

Hall played for UOP in 1993 and ’94, and was an assistant for the Tigers for the past three seasons. He also was an assistant coach for the UC San Diego men’s and women’s teams from 2004 to 2007.


Kusatsu wins 51st HIBT

Kona Game Fishing Club of Kusatsu won the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament yesterday, scoring 2,129 points to beat the Out of the Blue Fishing Club by 650 points.

Hiroyuki Murakami tagged a 200-pound marlin for Kusatsu’s final catch of the day.

Boyd DeCoito was the top captain in the tournament, skippering Foxy Lady to 1,700 points. Tio Keaney (Miss Mojo) was second with 1,629 points.


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