Hawaii MVP: Amanda AlvarezUPDATED 12:09 AM HST Jun 07, 2013Video Transcript
Starting TOMORROW, in Eugene, Oregon, at the place AFFECTIONATE LY known as "Track Town U- S-A", she's the LONE Rainbow Wahine representative, at the N-C-2-A's Track-and-Field "Nationals". Standing only 5-feet / 5-inches tall, she's hoping to STAND tall when it's all said and done, ENDING her collegiate career as a "National Champion", something only TWO from U-H has EVER accomplished. The FIRST to do so, Gwen Loud, in the LONG jump. Back in 19-84, Loud won a GOLD medal with a leap of 19-feet / 11-and-a-three- quarter inches. Most RECENT National Champ was Amber Kaufman, she also played VOLLEYBALL at U-H. HER gold medal came in the high-jump in 20-10, clearing 6-feet / 1-and-a-quarter inches, she also took BRONZE, in 2- thousand-9. Our "Hawaii M-V-P" this week is Rainbow Wahine Amanda Alvarez...... Senior from Vancouver, Washington is seeded SIXTH, among the 24-qualifiers at "Nationals", in the triple-jump. If any of YOU have ideas who we should feature as a "Hawaii M-V-P", hit us up at KITV dot-com. Amanda Alvarez won GOLD in the "triple-jump" at the Big West Championships. Took BRONZE in the "long- jump", at 19-feet / 8-inches. AND she placed 7th in the "Hepathlon". Again, "Triple-Jump" at the N-C-2-A Nationals, starts tomorrow.