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BYU–Hawaii Seasiders

BYU–Hawaii Seasiders
Logo
University Brigham Young University–Hawaii
Conference Pacific West Conference
NCAA Division II
Athletic director Ken Wagner
Location Laie, HI
Varsity teams 11
Basketball arena George Q. Cannon Activities Center
Nickname Seasiders
Colors
     Crimson       Gold
Website .combyuhawaiisports

The BYU–Hawaii Seasiders (also Brigham Young–Hawaii Seasiders and BYUH Seasiders) are the 11 varsity athletic teams that represent Brigham Young University–Hawaii, located in Laie, Hawaii, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Seasiders compete as members of the Pacific West Conference.

History

The school has won two women's volleyball and eleven tennis championships (two men's and nine women's, along with one women's NCAA championship). In its early days, BYU-H also won a National Rugby Championship in 1967, as declared by the [2] Most conference home games in volleyball and women's basketball as well as additional home games in men's basketball are broadcast live around the world on BYUtv Sports. The Seasiders will end their athletic programs after the 2016-17 season.[3][4][5]

Varsity Sports

Teams

References

  1. ^ "BYU-H Sports".  
  2. ^ "Athletic Facilities".  
  3. ^ "Report: BYU-Hawaii to phase out athletics over three years".  
  4. ^ "BYU-Hawaii officially announces plan to phase out athletic program in three years".  
  5. ^ "BYU-Hawaii to phase out athletics over 3 years".  

External links

  • Official Website of BYU–Hawaii Seasiders Athletics
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