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The Pacific West Conference announced the 2014-15 Academic All-Pacific West Conference Team Tuesday with a record number of Chaminade University student-athletes named to the list. Chaminade placed 80 student-athletes on the Academic All-PacWest Team, shattering the previous record which was 64 set last year. Chaminade actually placed 86 on the team; however six student-athletes participated in two sports.

Softball had the highest number of Silverswords with 17 players, the second-most of any school in the PacWest in that sport. Only California Baptist had more with 19. The softball ’Swords also had five student-athletes with perfect 4.00 grade point averages during the ’14-15 term.

Men’s soccer followed with 14 players and women’s soccer placing 13. Men’s basketball and women’s volleyball had 10 each.

A total of 1,488 student-athletes were named to Academic All-PacWest Team. Student-athletes need a minimum 3.00 GPA during the ’14-15 term and be eligible to practice or play to receive Academic All-PacWest recognition. Chaminade participates in 10 of the conference’s 15 sanctioned sports.

For more information, contact Kevin Hashiro, Chaminade University of Honolulu Sports Information Director at or 808-739-8579.

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The following Silverswords were named to the team (in alphabetical order):

Cassidy Acord – Women’s Volleyball/Women’s Tennis
Sabrina Angle – Women’s Basketball
Brett Aspel – Softball
Lee Bailey – Men’s Basketball
Suncica Bakic – Women’s Volleyball
Valentina Bevilacqua – Women’s Volleyball
Ellissa Bio – Women’s Cross Country/Women’s Tennis
Bernd Buescherhoff – Men’s Soccer
Stiven Buritica – Men’s Soccer
Ka Ua Cale – Women’s Volleyball
Chelsea Camello – Softball
Theresa Capllonch – Softball
Edward Cordasco III – Men’s Soccer
Joshua Cordwin – Men’s Cross Country
Nicole Daoang – Women’s Cross Country
Matt Davies – Men’s Soccer
Chelsie Delameter – Women’s Soccer
Kristiann Endow – Softball
Caitlyn Estanique – Women’s Soccer
Mitchell Fasolo – Men’s Soccer
Glacen Florita – Women’s Basketball
Colton Gallt – Men’s Soccer
R.J. Garczynski – Men’s Golf
Brianna Georgia – Women’s Soccer/Softball
Jarin Harada – Men’s Golf
James Harper – Men’s Basketball
Kristle Henry – Women’s Basketball/Women’s Cross Country
Roni Hewett – Women’s Tennis/Women’s Soccer
Shannan Hokama – Softball
Darcie Horiuchi – Women’s Volleyball
Kevin Hu – Men’s Basketball
Lauren Ishii – Women’s Soccer
Mary-Lynn Johannes – Women’s Soccer/Women’s Tennis
Chris Johnstone – Men’s Basketball
Jana Kakugawa – Women’s Soccer
Aja Keyes – Softball
Kaitlin Kim – Softball
Tyler Kochi – Men’s Soccer
Shaun Kotani – Men’s Soccer
Kuany Kuany- Men’s Basketball
Elia Lizarraga – Softball
Kira Long – Women’s Volleyball
Amber Manuel – Softball
Athena Maskarich – Women’s Volleyball
Raquelle Matayoshi – Women’s Soccer
AJ Mathew – Men’s Basketball
Megan McClanahan – Women’s Soccer
James Meaney – Men’s Soccer
Rene Mejia – Men’s Soccer
Sierra Mendiola – Softball
Makena Moniz-Jefferson – Softball
Alyssa Nagai – Women’s Soccer
Nicole Nishiki – Women’s Soccer
Kylie Nishino – Softball
Chris Ortiz – Men’s Cross Country
Lucas Park – Men’s Golf

Oscar Pedroso – Men’s Basketball

Nicola Perez-Garreaud – Men’s Cross Country

Ashley Phelps – Softball

Lukas Pousset – Men’s Soccer

Katlyn Powell – Women’s Soccer

Kahanu Pu‘ulei-Auld – Men’s Basketball

Giovanni Reader – Men’s Soccer

Marisella Rodriguez – Softball

Amu Rosen – Men’s Basketball

Cassie Rushlow – Women’s Volleyball

Michael Sakazaki – Men’s Basketball

Floresa Santos – Women’s Cross Country

Dayton Sato – Men’s Soccer

Melanie Schumilas – Women’s Tennis

Alicia Shedden – Women’s Cross Country

Avinash Singh – Men’s Soccer

Aris Springs – Men’s Cross Country

Coco Stewart – Softball

Dylan Takabayashi – Men’s Golf

Kimberly Takara – Women’s Tennis

Catherine Thomason – Women’s Volleyball

Brenda Walker – Women’s Volleyball

Kaitlyn Watanabe – Softball

Shannon Wright – Women’s Soccer

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