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  • Lee Lamb

    Lee has been coaching youth volleyball for more than 20 years and has coached locally at Iolani, Maryknoll, Kahuku, and Le Jardin Academy, where he is presently the Head Coach of the Girls Volleyball program. In addition, to coaching at the high school level, Lee has founded multiple youth development organizations and been involved with Aloha Region, a local Regional Volleyball Associations that represents USA Volleyball, as a junior committee member and coordinator of the High-Performance program.

    Lee is passionate about coaching and helping young athletes realize their potential. His dedication to the sport and our youth is evident in the results that have been yielded over his 20 years of engagement. Some of the accomplishments include...

    Le Jardin Academy - in 2015, Lee's first year heading the program, LJA produced its first team in school history to make the HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Tournament. Teams would make appearances in the Division 2 State Tournament final from 2015 - 2018 and would win back-to-back and 2016 and 2017. In 2019, Le Lardin would make the jump to Division 1 in the ILH and make its 5th consecutive state tournament appearance.

    Ka Ulukoa - Lee co-founded Ka Ulukoa in 2007. Since that time Ka Ulukoa teams have been on the medal stand 18 times at National Championships (12 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze) and finished in the top 10 sixteen times. Ka Ulukoa has also yielded 37 all-tournament selections and 5 all-tournament MVP selections. More than 90% of the athletes that graduate with the program go on to play in college.

    Aloha Region High-Performance - Lee was proud to be involved with a program that saw local athletes representing Hawaii with distinction at their annual High-Performance Championship (HPC) tournament, consistently earning medals and garnering attention from national team coaches. Lee was fortunate enough to coach teams on 3 separate years at this event, making the final on 2 of those 3 occasions and winning once.

    In 2018, Lee helped the Aloha Region start its international program. Team Hawaii flew to the Philippines to compete in the Rebisco Volleyball League 18U Championships. Both teams would find the media stand with 2nd and 3rd place finishes respectively. Hawaii has since been extended numerous invitations to compete internationally.

    Lee loves sharing his knowledge and insight with athletes. He's passionate about seeing kids thrive in the sport they enjoy and often love. He has an eye for the technical aspects of the game and feels strongly that he was born to coach.

    Lee's tagline in his emails says it all, "Bettering the lives of the youth we serve."

  • Larry Tuileta Sr

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  • Geno Hawkins

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  • Taylor Souza

    Taylor graduated from Le Jardin Academy in 2016 and went on to continue her athletic career at Linfield University in McMinnville, Oregon. During her time as a wildcat, Taylor earned NWC Defensive Player honors twice, and an NWC Honorable Mention. She ranks 4th in the record books for digs/set. After 3 years, she received her degree in Environmental Science and Biology.

    Taylor is now apart of the coaching staff for Girls and Boys Volleyball at Le Jardin Academy, where she also serves as the Athletics Manager. Outside of athletics, she works as a Marine Biologist for the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration and is pursuing her PhD in Biology from Stanford University.
  • Keala Kaio-Perez

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  • Hayley Luke

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  • O'Brien Ainuu

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  • Alexia Byrnes

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  • Hōkū & Shane Akana

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  • Josh Akiona

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  • Kristin Trotter

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  • Natalie Arvizu

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  • Savanah Kahakai

    Savanah played for the University of Hawaii - Manoa and finished her career ranked No. 2 in UH history with 1,417 career digs in 390 career sets played…also finished ranked No. 2 in the UH record books averaging 3.61 digs per set for her career…is only the third Rainbow Wahine in history to record over 1,400 career digs…finished the season with a career-high 24 service aces…notched a total of 416 digs, and 91 assists in her final year…started in 78-straight matches dating back to her sophomore year…named Big West Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 16-22) …earned All-Big West first-team honors for the second-straight season (was named all-conference honorable mention as a freshman).

    A 2014 graduate of Farrington HS in Honolulu, O‘ahu. She was named first-team all-state in 2013 and earned second-team honors in 2011 and ‘12.

  • Skylan Engleman

    Sky is a 6x USAV Boys Junior National Champion that went on to play at Grand Canyon University.

    Sky was one of the last athletes to learn under one of the greatest coaches in Hawaii, the late, great Charlie Jenkins.

    Sky is an exceptional coach that’s capable of communicating technical processes and helping athletes understand the why.
  • Aletha Sutton

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  • Amber Tai

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  • Brandee Markwith

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  • Cullen Mosher

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  • Dane Kanehira

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  • Dara Tawarhara

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  • Elizabeth Stoltzmann

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  • Jamie Makiya

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  • Janeen Waialae

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  • Jeremy Pederson

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  • Jimmy Kalaukoa

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  • Joe Companion

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  • Kahala Kabalis Hoke

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  • Kanani Medeiros

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  • Kaylee Kataoka

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  • Kiana Miguel

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  • Kukui Akana

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  • Makamae Namahoe

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  • Matt Saffery

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  • Nakoa Hoe

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  • Natashya Enos

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  • Patty-Ann Heely

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  • Tate Lutu

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  • Tayler Higgins

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  • Tiffany Mook

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