By last count, all the returning Warriors are enrolled in Summer Session II, which begins today.
With a sizable donation from the Waterhouse Foundation, Na Koa club is paying for the returning Warriors to attend both summer sessions (as well as incoming freshmen to attend the two bridge-program classes). The summer plan serves two purposes: 1) Players can accumulate credits to accelerate the path to degrees, and 2) players can train together in Hawaii.
Which brings us to the football team’s one stipulation: To receive a scholarship this summer, a player must live most of the time in Hawaii. (Players taking on-line classes are excused for short breaks to visit their families on the mainland.)