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Honolulu Quarterback Club
2019 SPORTS PERSONS OF THE MONTH

The Honolulu Quarterback Club recognizes these Athletes for their outstanding athletic acheivements. Each month the board will vote for the preceding month's female and male athletes.


2019 Male Female
February UH Swimming & Diving (aquatics) UH Swimming & Diving (aquatics)
January Kelly Grant (Basketball Coach) Leiah Naeata (Basketball)

FEBRUARY 2019

FEBRUARY

UH Swimming & Diving Team (Men's)

MALE

Male −
UH Swimming & Diving Team (Men's) –

The University of Hawaii Swimming & Diving teams made History as both the Men's & Women's squads claimed the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships – Senior Johan Sandall finished Second behind Max Burman in both the One-meter and Three-meter, excelled in his top event with the Platform dive finishing First overall – Sandell finished over 100 Points better than his teammate, Freshman Octavio Lucero with a score 449.80 – The Men finished one, two, and three in the event with Junior Lucas Cooperman taking the No. 3 spot – Diving: One Meter (Max Burman), Three Meter (Max Burman), Platform (Johan Sandell), Platform (Lucas Cooperman) –
Swimming: Senior Metin Aydin matched Phoebe Hines with his Tthird individual first-place finish as he took the No. 1 spot in the 200 Backstrokes, touching the Wall at 1:44.15.

FEBRUARY

UH Swimming & Diving Team (Women's)

FEMALE

Female −
UH Swimming & Diving Team (Women's) −
Sophomore Victoria Moretti notched her first platform victory of the season with a score of 265.85, while Senior Monica Gavaris took the third-place spot – the University of Hawaii Swimming squad saw a new record set in the Women's 1650 Free as Junior Phoebe Hines set a new mark in the event with a time of 15:45.68, finishing a minute ahead of the second-place competitor and being led by the Senior duo of Bryndis Hansen & Kasey Schmidt, Sophomores Mia Tedesco & Anna Kotonen helped the Women's team collected their fourth separate relay first-place finish with the 400 Free relay clocking in with a time of 3:19.74.

JANUARY 2019

JANUARY

Kelly Grant

MALE

Male −
Kelly Grant – Maryknoll/Head Coach, Boys Basketball

The No. 1-ranked Spartans took part in a 65-47 win over No. 2 ʻIolani to take control of the ILH race in its regular Season home finale; Maryknoll cuts down Punahou to capture the ILH championship, the top-ranked Spartans (13-1) their Second straight League crown and a seeded-berth in the Divison I State tournament with a 55-42 Victory; Maryknoll makes History, the Spartans are at the Top of the Boys Basketball universe again 35 Years later, the last time Maryknoll (30-2) won the State crown was in 1984 when the Head Coach Kelly Grant was a Senior Guard and the Maryknoll Spartans with Tournament's Most Outstanding Player (Makoto Kamata, Center) defeated State Champion Punahou for the Division I title.

JANUARY

Leiah Naeata

FEMALE

Female −
Leiah Naeata – Kahuku/Sophomore, Girls Basketball

Leiah poured in 33 Points as No. 9 Kahuku stunned No. 4 Kalani to capture the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I Girls Basketball championship at the Radford James Alegre Gymnasium and her 33 Points leads the Red Raiders to their first OIA D-I Title since 2005.

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