Women's Basketball Blog | November 2011

Day Two in Laie, Hawaii

Nov 29, 2011 - Posted by Norma Collett at 12:35 pm | Updated: November 29, 2011 12:48 pm | Permalink

Day Two (Monday, Nov. 28)

BYU began the day with a spirited practice at the Cannon Activities Center on the campus of BYU-Hawaii. After a light weightlifting session, the Cougars headed to Papa Ole’s Kitchen in nearby Hau’ula for some island cuisine. The menu included a wide variety of “ono grinds” (local favorites) including ribs, garlic chicken, teriyaki chicken, stew, mahi mahi and of course rice and island macaroni salad.
 
In the afternoon the team was off to experience the “kahiko” (ancient) Hawaiian lifestyle with a trip to Waimea Falls Park and a swim at the base of the 45-foot waterfall. Way cool. As was the sunset from the hotel later this evening.

Up next: The Cougars will open tournament play on Tuesday in the Hukilau Invitational against host BYU-Hawaii. The game is scheduled for 3:00 pm HT with live coverage on BYU Radio. Robbie Bullough will have the play-by-play for the game. Click this link for additional radio information http://byuradio.org/about/

Day One in Laie, Hawaii

Nov 27, 2011 - Posted by Norma Collett at 12:00 am | Updated: November 29, 2011 12:39 pm | Permalink

Day One (Sunday, Nov. 27) - Laie, Hawaii

After a six and a half hour plane flight from Salt Lake City to Honolulu, the BYU women’s basketball team head to the north shore of Oahu to present a fireside for the youth of the Laie Hawaii Stake and Laie Hawaii North Stake.

Speakers included team captains Kristen Riley, of San Clemente, Calif., and Haley Hall Steed of Syracuse, Utah, as well as head coach Jeff Judkins and BYU President Cecil O. Samuelson.  Freshman Lexi Eaton of Mapleton, Utah, played a piano medley of hymns.  Several hundred youth and their parents, who completely filled the chapel and part of the cultural hall, attended the fireside.

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