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February 27, 2014
  • Kalei Adolpho & Davis Rozitis

Kalei Adolpho, psychology major, Wahine basketball center and Wahine volleyball middle hitter from Moloka‘i, wants to be an outreach counselor. Kalei understands the adversity young people from small communities face and plans to help. “I want to be a role model for local youth,” she says. As the first female athlete from Moloka‘i to sign a Division I athletic scholarship agreement, she is already doing just that. “Receiving scholarships made my desire for higher education a reality.”

Davis Rozitis, a political science major from Cesis, Latvia stands seven feet tall and is a center for the Rainbow Warriors men’s basketball team. “Scholarships gave me an opportunity to come to America from Latvia to get my education and experience the world.”

After his basketball career, he intends to go into international politics.

Thank you to our donors who ensure that student-athletes like Kalei and Davis have the opportunity to receive a quality education, fulfill their potential and become leaders of tomorrow.

If you would like to learn how you can support UH students and programs like this, please contact us at 808 376-7800 or send us a message.