HTIC Updates : Grad Appointed Assistant Coach at Lycoming College
2013/8/23 17:27:01

HTIC graduate Mr. Ken Hamanaka, who went on to earn his bachelor's degree in physical education from West Virginia University in 2013, has just been hired as a new assistant coach by Lycoming College in Pennsylvania for its men's 2013-14 basketball season. The following is an excerpt from Lycoming's website: http://athletics.lycoming.edu/news/2013/7/16/MBB_0716135530.aspx

"... Hamanaka comes to Lycoming after serving as a student manager for the West Virginia University men's basketball team for the past three seasons. At West Virginia, Hamanaka conducted individual workouts and also helped with videotape assessment, practice organization and operation under legendary head coach Bob Huggins. He was inducted into the Golden Key International Honor Society in 2010 and earned a bachelor's degree in physical education in 2013.

"... Before West Virginia, Hamanaka attended Hawaii Tokai International College in Honolulu, where he served as the president of the Student Government in 2009-10 and earned induction into Phi Theta Kappa. A native of Tokyo, Japan, Hamanaka attended Tokai University Sugao High School, where he helped the basketball team win the Championship of Tokyo in 2007."

Congratulations Ken!

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