Maui Golfers Sign NCAA Letters of Intent

November 15, 2018, 12:09 PM HST · Updated November 15, 12:09 PM
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    Kamehameha Schools Maui senior Sherri Hoku Nagamine was among the Maui students who signed a NCAA National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018.

    Nagamine signed a letter to attend St. Martin’s University as a student-athlete on their Women’s Golf team.

    Nagamine’s parents are James and Ann Nagamine of Wailuku, Maui.

    Fellow golfer, Thereese “Reese” Guzman of Maui High School signed her official commitment paper to play golf for Pepperdine University.

    Sherri Hoku Nagamine signs a NCAA National Letter of Intent. 11.14.18 PC: KSM/Lokelani Patrick

    Sherri Hoku Nagamine signs a NCAA National Letter of Intent. 11.14.18 PC: KSM/Lokelani Patrick

    Sherri Hoku Nagamine signs a NCAA National Letter of Intent. 11.14.18 PC: KSM/Lokelani Patrick

    Sherri Hoku Nagamine signs a NCAA National Letter of Intent. 11.14.18 PC: KSM/Lokelani Patrick

    Sherri Hoku Nagamine signs a NCAA National Letter of Intent. 11.14.18 PC: KSM/Lokelani Patrick

    Thereese Guzman from Maui High hits out of the bunker on number five during the championship round of the girls HHSAA golf tournament at Kāʻanapali Golf Resort in Lahaina May 2nd 2017. Photo by Aric Becker

    Thereese Guzman from Maui High hits her third shot on hole number nine during the first round of the girls HHSAA golf tournament at Kāʻanapali Golf Resort in Lahaina May 1st 2017. Photo by Aric Becker

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